“London Fletcher has never missed an NFL game in 14 years — that’s 224 consecutive games as a crushing inside linebacker. And once more, like a fine bourbon, he’s only getting better with age. So what’s the deal? Could it be an acupuncture technique known as dry needling? Maybe. Maybe not. Either way, he’s hulking man capable of delivering the hits with a quickness and he’ll probably retire on the other side of 40. Amazing.” —”Big Needles,” ESPN Magazine
“KinetaCore Education featured on Terry Bradshaw’s Show, “The Edge.” Demonstrating the use of Functional Dry Needling in Professional Football. The show features Jacob Cutrera, linebacker of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.” —KinetaCoreEd
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“When I had a weird “popping” feeling in my right hip flexors for months, my trainer suggested I try out dry needling. I’d never heard of the practice before, but after a little internet research, I was intrigued. The basic premise: By sticking needles into specific points in a muscle and triggering a spasm, dry needling therapy can provide relief in hard-to-release muscles. “
"9 Causes of Shoulder Pain That Have Nothing to Do With Getting Older"
“Unlike the knees, ankles, and elbows—which act more like hinges—the shoulders have a much wider range of motion. But having this kind of mobility is what makes them so prone to pain and injuries. In fact, shoulder pain is one of the most common reasons people see a physical therapist, says Robert Kaufman, DPT, a clinical specialist at NYU Langone’s Rusk Rehabilitation.”