- Posted: August 09, 2016|Categories: Clinical|Read more »
I hope it would be obvious to say, “knowing the anatomy” of a region or muscle you intend to dry needle is paramount - but that’s exactly what I’m saying. Not necessarily point A to point B origin-insertion anatomy, but the thorough geography and topography of the muscle. Beyond that, what are the physical characteristics, histological properties and patient-specific qualities of that muscle.
Let's think next level anatomy.