Acupuncture Vs Dry Needling

Acupuncture Vs Dry Needling

Often, many of our patients shared stories of their experience of dry needling by their Chiropractors, Osteopaths, M.D. Doctors, Physiotherapists, and even Massage Therapists.

Through our research, we have discovered that the qualifications for the conduct and practice of this therapy are often short, and lacking extensive training. There are claims of the therapeutic value for dry needling, however, more research is needed. Given that the modality is relatively new, with its earliest record in Janet G Travell's book in 1984, there are very little known experts in this field.

The effectiveness of Acupuncture for Chronic Pain, Headache & Nausea/Vomiting

An Acupuncturist in action

Complementary alternative medication (CAM) and treatments have received a lot of attention and acclaim within the past years. Of particular interest is the use of acupuncture as an alternative to standard medical treatment. This article discusses the effectiveness of acupuncture for the treatment of Chronic Pain, Headache & Fibromyalgia and Nausea/Vomiting.

Acupuncture as critical success factor in sport: Nibali and the Tour de France

Nibali’s Secret to a Tour de France Win

The mere mention of one of Vincenzo Nibali’s secrets on his way to victory at the Tour de France on Sunday is enough to make any cycling fan nervous: Needles on the bus. Almost every day. But these aren’t the kind of needles that have dented cycling’s credibility for decades. When Team Astana uses them to treat Nibali, nothing is injected, nothing is extracted.