- Posted: January 19, 2017||Read more »
One of the more common questions on our courses is – “when do I use e-stim with dry needling?”.
A fair question, because if you feel dry needling is infantile in terms of clinical research, then use and understanding of intramuscular electrical stim is embryonic.
That being said, there has been a dramatic shift towards the use of electrical stimulation with dry needling and clinicians anecdotally reporting improved patient comfort and suspected global effects on pain and the n
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STAND – THE HAITI PROJECT
In 2016 – iDryNeedle was able to donate dry needling supplies to STAND’s efforts; in 2017 we are going a step further. I will be joining them on a week-long trip. I’m completely humbled, inspired, and energized with what this project in the past few years – and am beyond excited to partner with them.
Anything more I try to explain would be nothing compared to the incredible video linked below. Take 15 minutes and watch, I
- Posted: January 03, 2017||Read more »
Dry needling remains one of the hottest topics in Physical Therapy over the past decade and consequently has fostered both ardent support and opposition. Almost the exclusive focus of my blog, strong state advocacy efforts, current best evidence momentum and unfortunately the dismay of many acupuncturist substantiates this. And with this trend comes the need for education and safety standards (as