Structure & Function Education is an education company dedicated to bridging the gap from rehab to performance.
Structure & Function Dry Needling (SFDN) is a system of dry needling developed by Sue Falsone, utilizing the most recent science and evidence in dry needling, as well as, her vast experience with rehabilitation and performance of the professional athlete. Her philosophy includes looking at each athlete as a whole, working with the entire body to create and optimal environment for healing and performance training. Structure & Function Education and SFDN reflects this philosophy.
Structure & Function Education provides world class education services to healthcare and sport performance professionals, so they in turn can elevate the lives of their patients. To do this, we empower our team members to combine the latest research and their clinical expertise to help create best practices in healthcare and sport performance. Structure & Function Education was founded with a rebellious spirit and lofty objective: to change the way medicine and sport performance interacts with each other throughout the world, for the betterment of our patients and clients.
Who We Are
Structure & Function Education (SFE) is a world leader in dry needling, rehab and performance education. We exist to create an integrated space for all health care professionals to come together and learn, despite the letters after their name. We are patient-centric. We are and will remain at the forefront of blending current evidence with clinical practice. We believe in the blending of Eastern and Western medicine, honoring and recognizing there are things we don’t know and don’t understand. We believe in putting the person before the job, value a work/ life synergy and appreciate the individual. We expect the job to be done, and when it can’t be done, that the person will ask for help, without judgment.
Sue is knowledgeable and pays great attention to detail when applying dry needling. She ensures all of her students’ respect, and patient safety when performing dry needling.