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Safe and Smart Dry Needling

Updated: Sep 7

One of the best ways to stay safe and smart when you are performing dry needling is knowing exactly what lies under the surface of the skin before you insert a needle! If you've taken our dry needling course, you know how much we emphasize the precautions...repeatedly! I truly believe one of the keys to a successful dry needling course and the key to safe dry needling practice is a thorough understanding of anatomy. That's why we launched our "No Mess Up Mondays" series on Facebook (facebook.com/msdryneedling). Give us a like to keep up to date with our posts!




Superior and inferior gluteal nerve, artery, and vein

Take a close look at the image above. For some, it may have been a while since you attended a dry needling course. Spend a moment remembering the anatomy. It is easy to get complacent when you needle several butts a day! Use this moment as a good reminder of what lies beneath!


Tip:

If it's been a while since you've taken our dry needling course, remember we offer low priced course audits to come and get refreshed on the precautions and the constant updates we make to the course!








Here’s how to do it:

  1. You can click here for a Course One Audit

  2. You can clikc here for a Course Two Audit


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