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NAT Dry Needling for Trigger Points - Psoas

 

Treating Psoas - Dr. Jonathan Kuttner

 

Psoas Major

Psoas Major

 

 

Iliacus

Iliacus

 

 

Disclaimer & Warning Notice

Any form of needling can be dangerous. Needling must only ever be performed by a medical or healthcare professional who is qualified in needling techniques.

Taking this course does not grant you any form of license to practice needling. Do not practice any form of needling unless it falls within your professional scope of practice.

Depending on where you practice, you may be required by law to meet certain criteria for practicing needling, even if you are a qualified medical or healthcare practitioner. If you are not sure about the laws and regulations governing the practice of needling in your area, you must make the necessary enquiries to ensure that you meet any and all local requirements that may be in place. If you are unsure, please contact your professional organization or licensing board.

 

Treatment Videos 

This additional course material includes demonstration videos of the dry needling treatment of trigger points in the following muscles:

 

Rhomboids (2m:59s)

Biceps (1m:51s)

Supraspinatus (1m:57)

Subscapularis (2m:02s)

Serratus Anterior (1m:25s)

Pectoralis Minor (5m:25s)

Latissimus Dorsi (2m:56s)

Deltoids (1m:37s)

Forearm Extensors (0m:58s)

Brachioradialis (1m:11s)

Gluteus Minimus (1m:59s)

Gluteus Maximus (1m:03s

Biceps Femoris (1m:26s)

Gastrocnemius (1m:54s)

Toe Flexor (2m:43s)

Tibialis Anterior (1m:31s)

Peroneus (1m:59s)

Popliteus (2m:31s)

Adductors (3m:56s)

Multifidus (9m:01s)

Iliocostalis and Longissimus (3m:15s)

Psoas (4m:55s)

Frontalis (2m:02s)

 

 

 

 

 

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