dry needling

  1. Sarcastic Anatomy - Psoas

    Sarcastic Anatomy - Psoas

    Frustrating 6th grade spelling bee participants for decades, the psassy little psoas doesn’t like to pronounce his P’s. Pso dumb. Editor’s note: I seriously considered writing this entire blog with ...
  2. Ankle Mobility for a Better Squat

    Ankle Mobility for a Better Squat

    Here, Lauryn Ginsburg, PT, DPT shares a few tips on improving your squat form (and overall function) by increasing ankle mobility without having to leave your home. Lauryn is owner of SportsFit Physical Therapy in Middleton, Massachusetts.  She's a competitive weightlifter herself and a passionate clinician who specializes in treating CrossFitters, Olympic Weightlifters, and Gymnasts, but enjoys treating all people looking to stay healthy and active! 
  3. The DPT student: 5 lessons from year 1

    The DPT student: 5 lessons from year 1

    Physical therapy student and former iDryNeedle ambassador discusses his first year of DPT school and five things he learned along the way.
  4. My Needling Story by Judy Gelber PT, DPT, OCS, CFL2

    My Needling Story by Judy Gelber PT, DPT, OCS, CFL2

    It takes a special kind of person to needle their own foot.  Well that's exactly what Judy Gelber PT, DPT, OCS, CFL2 talks us through with her personal n=1 case study of how dry needling helped with long-standing foot pain!
  5. Sarcastic Anatomy – Latissimus Dorsi

    Sarcastic Anatomy – Latissimus Dorsi

    This edition of Sarcastic Anatomy from iDryNeedle focuses on the good, the bad, and the ugly involving the latissimus dorsi.  This muscle is imperative to global stability and function, and worth knowing more about whether you are a dry needling clinician or fitness newbie. 
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