The Brunswick News - Kesha King hates seeing anyone in pain, so it only makes sense she would pursue a career in the medical field.
As a physical therapist at the Southeast Georgia Health System Outpatient Rehabilitation Care Center in Brunswick, she always looks for new and innovative ways to treat patients. One of the techniques she has found much success with is called dry needling. Prescribed by a doctor as part of a physical therapy program, the treatment is covered by most insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid. The procedure goes a long way toward providing relief for those suffering from a variety of ailments. “Dry needling is a process that can help make patients feel better faster...>>>