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  1. Sarcastic Anatomy - Forearm Extensors

    Sarcastic Anatomy - Forearm Extensors

    #html-body [data-pb-style=IP1KMTG]{justify-content:flex-start;display:flex;flex-direction:column;background-position:left top;background-size:cover;background-repeat:no-repeat;background-attachment:scroll}Sarcastic Anatomy by iDryNeedle takes an in-depth, albeit cynical look at human anatomy. This edition focuses on some of the furstratingly anamolous anatomy for the forearm. 
  2. Sarcastic Anatomy: Subscapularis

    Sarcastic Anatomy: Subscapularis

    Sarcastic Anatomy by iDryNeedle puts in-depth anatomy into a satirical context. Designed for rehab professionals (PT, Chiropractor, ATC) and with a subject matter appropriate for the dry needling healthcare practitioner.
  3. Sarcastic Anatomy - Suboccipitals

    Sarcastic Anatomy - Suboccipitals

    Sarcastic Anatomy by iDryNeedle puts in-depth anatomy into a satirical context. Designed for rehab professionals (PT, Chiropractor, ATC) and with a subject matter appropriate for the dry needling healthcare practitioner.
  4. 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 a silent ‘P’ in front of every word starting with an ‘S’, but that one sentence up top already annoyed me. You’re welcome for that. ...
  5. Post-Quarantine Return to Sport: A Proactive Approach

    Post-Quarantine Return to Sport: A Proactive Approach

    Nicole Woodard PT, DPT gives us a proactive approach to post-COVID return-to-training as a physical therapist and rehab professional. 
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