D is for Dry Needling

I’ve had a mild fascination with Dry Needling since I graduated as a Sports and Remedial massage therapist a few years ago. Actually, it goes back further than that, perhaps right back to my first massage treatment in Japan. It has taken me a while to actually get around to doing a course to qualify, but it has finally come to pass. This is intended as a very very basic introduction to the idea of Dry Needling as a therapy, and is in no way comprehensive. That would take far longer, and a lot more text than most people are … Continue reading