SFDN incorporates Sue’s knowledge from decades of education in dry needling, pain management, differential diagnosis, fascial manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, visceral manipulation, and movement efficiency and skill. Over the years, Sue has worked primarily to bridge the gap form rehab to performance. Her general philosophy includes looking at each athlete as a whole, working with the entire body to create an optimal environment for healing and performance training. SFDN reflects this philosophy.
The CourseStructure & Function: Dry Needling focuses on treating sport and orthopedic injury as a kinetic chain issue, not in isolation. SFDN allows the practitioner to practice holistically, utilizing dry needling as part of the solution to a complex movement problem.