Biomedical Acupuncture for Sports and Trauma Rehabilitation, Dry Needling Techniques

Biomedical Acupuncture for Sports and Trauma Rehabilitation

Dry Needling Techniques

By Yun-tao Ma, PhD


1. Integrative Systemic Dry Needling or Dry Needling Acupuncture: A New Modality for Athletes

2. Homeostasis and Stress in Sports and Exercise

3. Human Brain Plasticity, Sports, and Sports Injuries

4. Musculoskeletal Systems and Human Movement

5. Overtraining Syndrome and the Use of Muscle in Exercise

6. Clinical Mechanisms of Integrative Systemic Dry Needling

7. Physiology of Acu-Reflex Points

8. Neuroanatomy of Acu-Reflex Points

9. Homeostatic Acu-Reflex Point System

10. Trigger Points and the Integrative Neuromuscular Acu-Reflex Point System

11. Visceral Pain and Visceral-Somatic Reflexes

12. Pathomechanics of the Musculoskeletal System and Acu-Reflex Points

13. Using Dry Needling Acupuncture for Preventing Injury and Enhancing Athletic Performance

14. General Principles of Treating Soft-Tissue Dysfunction in Sports Injuries

15. Preventive and Therapeutic Treatment of Injuries in Selected Sports

16. Safety Issues in Dry Needling Acupuncture Practice