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    Chiropractic Student

    Acupuncture 216

    The Physiological Effects of Dry Needling


    • Acquaint the clinician with the physiological effects of acupuncture and dry needling
    • Provide supportive literature for the physiological effects of dry needling
    • Present the concept of central desensitization as it relates to acupuncture and dry needling
    • Discuss how dry needling affects pain modulation, range of motion, muscle activation and the chemical environment surrounding trigger points

    Ivo Waerlop, DC

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    $20.00 USD

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