Stick a pin in it: Fort Lewis College study measures whether dry needling affects foot posture

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Stick a pin in it: Fort Lewis College study measures whether dry needling affects foot posture

The relatively new therapeutic technique has not been well researched
SueB Earl, a physical therapist with Absolute Physical Therapy, connects an electrical stimulus to dry needles placed into Zoe Preskorn’s leg during a research project on the efficacy of dry needling of the tibialis posterior muscle Saturday at Fort Lewis College. Preskorn is an exercise physiology major at FLC.

Stick a pin in it: Fort Lewis College study measures whether dry needling affects foot posture

SueB Earl, a physical therapist with Absolute Physical Therapy, connects an electrical stimulus to dry needles placed into Zoe Preskorn’s leg during a research project on the efficacy of dry needling of the tibialis posterior muscle Saturday at Fort Lewis College. Preskorn is an exercise physiology major at FLC.
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