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Special Seminar in June on Myofascial Pain Syndrome


Join us June 22-23, 2024 for a special seminar presented by Jay P. Shah, MD and John Srbely, DC, PhD. The seminar is: Myofascial Trigger Points and Central Sensitization in Myofascial Pain Syndrome: Exploring their Enigmatic Pathophysiology, Dynamic Clinical Manifestations and Novel Strategies for Optimizing Patient Outcomes I recently interviewed Jay and John about the Read More

Physios talk about the benefits of acupuncture


Two physiotherapists talk about how they incorporate acupuncture into their practices, and the different types of patients they see. Watch their video conversation as they also answer the question of the differences between acupuncture and dry needling. Fedra Salias, PT, CAFCI, works mostly with neuro patients – people with stroke, spinal cord injury. She finds Read More

Acupuncture and Dry Needling Paths for Chiropractors


Most chiropractors need 200 hours of training before they can use needles in practice. After consulting with The College of Chiropractors of Alberta and with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, we now offer two different paths to those 200 hours. Check with your regulator to see what paths are open to you. The Acupuncture Read More

Dry Needling vs. Acupuncture?


Although the practice of Dry Needling (DN) began to develop in the US in the 1940s, it was not until acupuncture made its way to North America in the 1970s that significant interest in DN took hold. Dry Needling is defined as the insertion of needles into tender points in the body without the injection Read More

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