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Dry Needling was first developed in 1940’s by Janet Travell, MD, former medical adviser to White House (JFK’s physician). Thus, dry needling a.k.a biomedical acupuncture is based on modern understanding of human anatomy and patho-physiology and on modern scientific research, drawing heavily on leading-edge neurological research using modern imaging techniques such as Functional MRIs of the brain.

Systemic Integrative Dry Needling

  • SIDN represent effective techniques for resolving soft tissue dysfunction: inflammation, contracture, tissue adhesion, microcirculation and edema, and biomechanical balance of musculoskeletal system.

  • Our approach is both systemic and analytical. We emphasize both local anatomy and systemic functional effects. We treat both local injuries and assure physiological and mechanical balance of the whole system – human body.

  • Systemic Integrative Dry Needling techniques allow practitioner to predict the prognosis of the treatments such as how many treatments the patients will need and how long the symptom relief can be achieved.