Dry needling is a treatment that involves inserting needles into affected areas on a person’s body in order to elicit a healing response to aid in recovery from a variety of neuromusculoskeletal issues. Dry needling can involve needling of “trigger points,” peri-neural needling, needle puncture of tendons, ligaments, musculotendinous junctions, teno-osseus junctions, and periosteal pecking of bone. Dry needling can also include needling of “key” distal points that are not “onsite” with the patient’s symptoms. This technique stimulates descending pain inhibitory systems to assist with pain control. Needles are individually packaged in their own guide tube, pre-sterilized, and single-use.