Dry needling or manual pressure in myofascial pain?

Which one is superior?

Up until today, the pathophysiology of myofascial triggerpoints (MTrP) is poorly understood. Symptoms associated with MTrPs are referred pain, muscle weakness and restriction in range of motion. Myofascial pain can by diagnosed by the presence of multiple MrTPs using palpation. The most used treatment techniques are dry needling (DN) or manual pressure techniques (MPT).

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