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Calvo, S., Quintero, I., & Herrero, P. (2016). Effects of dry needling (DNHS technique) on the contractile properties of spastic muscles in a patient with stroke: a case report. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 39(4), 372-376.
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Scrabble score – 18
Plural – gastrocnemii. I dare you to use that in a sentence with your patients today.
Greek derivation – “gastro-“ = stomach; kn?m? = leg
Action - ankle plantarflexion, knee flexion, basically this...
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Effects of Low-Load Exercise on Postneedling Induced Pain After Dry Needling of Active Trigger Point in Individuals with Subacromial Pain Syndrome
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Our first 'Featured Clinician' is a rockstar PT from Houston, TX - Chris Juneau.
Aside from being a brilliant clinician, dry needling educator with Kinetacore, and Olympic weight lifting coach - we had the chance to work with
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As a dry needling clinician and educator acknowledging my own education, practical experience, and ultimately my own biases - I’ll try so present this as neutral as possible. Because like many questions on application and dosage, the answer to this question is “it depends”. Depending heavily on our appraisal, exper
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As clinicians and educators ourselves, we love talking 'dry needling' and it's amazing ability to positively impact our patients - but you're probably tired of us talking about it. So who better to keep the dry needling discussion building than YOU - the expert clinician!
Enter - iDryNeedle's 'Featured Clinician' highlight
iDryNeedle wants to not only become your ultimate dry needling resource, but we want to build a
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Take a few minutes to watch a trailer recapping our trip to Port-au-Paix, Haiti with STAND - The Haiti Project.
For more info on STAND - visit STANDhaitiproject.org!
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Even without attempting to create a click-bait title, as soon as I put anything as “greater than” evidence-based practice (EBP) – I know there are readers posturing to disagree with everything written here. And I don’t blame you, I was an SPT and early DPT who was borne entirely into the EBP mentality, steadfastly clinging to the systemic appraisal of voluminous research to reinforce my practice patterns. I became a word-smith of “evidence-enhanced”, “evidence-informed” and “research-d