The process of Dry Needling inoculating lesions in soft tissue is a therapeutic modality for soft tissue dysfunction. Soft tissue dysfunction involves soft tissue injuries including inflammation, sensitized nerve tissue, scar tissue formation, tissue adhesion, deficiency of blood and lymphatic circulation. When the needle is removed, the lesions are left for a few days. This lesion induced process activates physiological mechanisms of remodeling of injured and inflamed soft tissue in and around the needling site. The tissue remodeling process includes local reducing physical stress, normalizing local inflammation, and replacement of injured tissues with fresh tissue of the same type.