Dry Needling involves inserting a thin needle to stimulate the healing process of soft tissues ("trigger points" of muscles, fascia, tendons and ligaments, etc.), which leads to pain relief and restoration of healthy physiology. Research confirms that dry needles improve pain control, reduce muscle tension, normalize biochemicals. Through the puncture of shortened muscle fibers we induce tremor reaction in them, we get increased blood flow through tissues, which increases their oxygenation, reduces inflammation and thus reduces local tension, bringing a long-lasting effect. Contrary to appearances and circulating opinions, this is not an invasive method, it is performed by physiotherapists. However, in order to be effective and above all safe, not only extensive knowledge of anatomy is needed, but also the acquisition of appropriate qualifications, allowing for accurate diagnosis and location of trigger points and precise puncture of muscle fibers.