Have you found that your stress seems to throw your whole body out? You have trouble sleeping, thinking, feeling tired and even feel your allergies get worse?

Well you’re not going crazy and there can be a very simple explanation for this!!

Your Vagus nerve is a massive...

Physiological effects of dry needling

When a filiform needle is inserted into the muscle there a numerous physiological changes that take place to the muscle and/or fascia. On insertion of the filiform needle into ischemic tight muscle bands micro damage occurs to muscl...

The Vagus Nerve (Cranial nerve X) is the longest of the 12 cranial nerves and plays a HUUGE role in the body’s functions. First of all, the Vagus nerve is a neuromodulator which has motor and sensory fibres connects the brain stem including having effects on reg...

January 18, 2017

Electro Dry Needling is an advanced manual therapy technique used by an experienced therapist in the treatment of pain whether it be muscle, joint, tendon, ligament, nerve or to improve motor control and cutaneous skin sensation. This technique is done by inserting   t...

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