Assessment & Treatment

Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow

By |February 26th, 2020|Assessment & Treatment, Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

This blog post is an evolution of the October 2019 blog post entitled “Cubital Tunnel Syndrome.” Be sure to scroll down to the video showing the anatomy and acupuncture needle technique for opening the myofascial cubital tunnel.   Figure 1. Ulnar nerve entrapment

Pronator Teres Motor Point and Its Multiple Functions

By |February 6th, 2020|Acupoints & Motor Points, Assessment & Treatment|

The pronator teres (PT) muscle is located on the ventral aspect of the forearm connecting the radius and ulna together. Its length runs obliquely across the forearm and is thicker on the proximal half of the muscle and then becomes a thin, broad tendon

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

By |October 2nd, 2019|Assessment & Treatment, Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

This blog post is an excerpt from the newly released textbook by Matt Callison—“Sports Medicine Acupuncture: An Integrated Approach Combining Sports Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine." Go to smatextbook.com for more details. Figure 1. The cubital tunnel, just distal to SI 8, is

Acupuncture and Moxibustion for Lateral Epicondylitis

By |August 30th, 2018|Assessment & Treatment, Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

This Acupuncture and Moxibustion for Lateral Epicondylitis blog is a modified excerpt from the soon to be released Sports Medicine Acupuncture: An Integrated Approach Combining Sports Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine by Matt Callison. Figure 1. Lateral epicondylitis is marked by pronounced tenderness

Sacroiliac Joint Pain and Dysfunction

By |July 28th, 2018|Assessment & Treatment, Sports Medicine Acupuncture and Injuries|

Figure A. UB 26 and UB27 are located in very close proximity to the sacroiliac joint. The PSIS covers approximately the upper half of the sacroiliac joint. Sacroiliac joint pain (SIJ) is a common injury, which the patient will often seek help

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