Dry Needling for Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction

Pelvic pain affects up to 1/3 of women (not to mention men). Dr. Blair Green explains that when considering sources of pelvic pain, the muscles in the pelvic floor cannot be ignored. In addition, several muscle groups can refer to the pelvic region and the pelvic floor. Dry needling is one intervention that can be helpful when treating this population. Many questions exist about when dry needling is appropriate and how to perform dry needling in the pelvic floor region. This webinar touches upon all of these subjects and leave you feeling more confident about incorporating trigger point dry needling in this population.

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