This video describes how I treat Hamstring & Tib Fib Joint using Dry Needling & a complimentary Manual Therapy technique.
How to safely apply dry needling to the Hamstrings and follow up with a great manual therapy technique to get great results for your patients every time.
These Dry Needling Techniques should only be applied by trained therapists who have completed an accredited course.
Hi, welcome to the twitch dry needling video training series where I’ll show you a fantastic dry needling technique, followed by a manual therapy technique to get great results for your patients every time.
Okay, this is a great technique for needling the Biceps Femoris. Hamstrings, of course, very important to know how to needle for sports injuries and other types of injuries to the hamstrings. So let’s have a look at how we needle the Biceps Femoris. Very straightforward, of course. And two heads of Biceps Femoris, of course. You got the long head, short head. Long head, ischial tuberosity. Short head, lateral lip of linea aspera. But both of those heads go into the head of the fibula, just in here.
Very important to follow this up with a articulation technique to that superior Tib-Fib joint, just like this, to help with motion, which is often restricted after a hamstring injury.
I hope that helps.
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