needling

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needling

[′nēd·əl·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
Underpinning the upper part of a building with horizontally placed timber or steel beams.
(mining engineering)
Cutting holes or ledges in a coal bed or rock surface for receiving the ends of timber supports.

needling

1. Attaching a base coat of thatch onto the battens of a thatched roof; by sewing them together with a large, flat metal needle.
2. A needle beam which provides temporary support of a load.
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During dry needling, an acupuncture needle is inserted directly into the trigger point.
Multiple studies have examined the benefits of ultrasound-guided dry needling to fenestrate tendons with PT (29,30) Housner and associates looked at the variety of injection therapies and found needling and physical disruption of the tendon to be the common attribute of the treatments.
Symptomatic and asymptomatic participant groups were each randomized into two treatment sub-groups (superficial (SDN) and deep dry needling (DDN)) after baseline testing.
This text brings together the most updated scientific evidence and clinical experience and expertise of the world's leading experts about Myofascial pain and Dry Needling technique, making it a point of reference for all health professionists.
It's a case of seeing how Danny responds to the dry needling, and the early signs are encouraging," added Ritchie.
Part 1 outlines the neurological and physiological effects of myofascial trigger point dry needling on both the connective tissue and fascia; effortlessly incorporating current research.
Dry Needling to a Key Myofascial Trigger Point May Reduce the Irritability of Satellite MTrPs.
She also specializes in Lymphedema therapies and Trigger Point Dry Needling.
This means that properly qualified and trained ATMS members may now practise dry needling without breaching ATMS policy.
These policies are regarding the ingestion of essentials oils and the practise of dry needling.
Dry needling of trigger points with and without paraspinal needling in myofascial pain syndromes in elderly patients.