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Dry needling has the capability, the healthcare system announced, to quickly reduce pain, improve range-of-motion and restore function to a patient. In the sports setting, dry needling will be used primarily to treat musculoskeletal dysfunctions such as tendonitis; pain associated with acute/chronic muscle strains; shin splints; and neck, shoulder and knee pain. Dry needling services are available at McLeod Health Clarendon in Manning, along with McLeod Outpatient Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine in Florence, McLeod Darlington, McLeod Loris Seacoast and McLeod Health Cheraw. For more information, call McLeod Outpatient Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine at (843) 777-2196.