Category Archives: dry needling

Fascia; What Does It Do For You?

A simplistic view of fascia is this: “it is a thin casing of connective tissue that surrounds and holds every organ, blood vessel, bone, nerve fiber and muscle in place”. When I went to college over 20 years ago we … Continue reading

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Inflammation: Friend or Foe?

Believe it or not inflammation can be a good thing. When you sustain an injury to an area inflammation serves several purposes. FIrst, it increases the temperature of the area, which allows the immune system to work more effectively. The … Continue reading

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Dry Needling

I just finished up with a fantastic dry needling weekend course with master dry needling seminars ¬†which really helped to expand my skill set in dry needling and improve my confidence in targeting some deeper muscles. What is dry needling … Continue reading

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