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To Read The Forword for Dr Ma’s textbook by Koji Murofushi Click Here

KOJI MUROFUSHI, Sports director, The Tokyo Olympic games, 2020, PhD in sports Biomechanics

  • 20 times national championships title (Japan)
  • 2011 IAAF World championships gold medal (1995–2014)
  • 2004 Olympics gold medal
  • 2012 Olympics bronze medal

 

Jim Moriarty, father, lawyer, former Marin and good longtime friend of Dr Ma wrote this article in memory of his son SSGT James F. Moriarty

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In memory of SSGT James F. Moriarty, Special Forces Combat Diver. killed in Jordan

SSGT James F. Moriarty served as a Special Forces Combat Diver.
Jimmy was killed in Jordan on November 4, 2016. Because he served three deployments in “safe” Jordan, ostensibly our closest ally in the Middle East, his death at the hands of a Jordanian soldier came as a complete surprise. I never had the chance to tell him all I would have liked before he went into combat. After losing him at age 27, I vowed to learn everything about my son and the training that had gone into making him a successful and amazingly competent young soldier.

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The concept of “point” misleads the practice of dry needling; Neuroscience clarifies this concept.

Practitioners use the acupoint or trigger point concept in pain management because empiricially needling those points provides pain relief. Recent research has shown that the concept of points, i.e. acupoints and trigger points, is a typica example of human error and [more…]

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Neurologic Dry Needling is a must for all athletes.

Athletes, especially professional athletes, sustain the greatest amount of physical stress compared to other professions. The standard treatment approaches are ineffective in reducing this cumulative systemic stress.  Unfortunately this cumulative systemic stress gradually weakens the body’s structure and function.  This [more…]

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Neurologic Dry Needling and Athletic Performance

Athletes begin to lose their capacity to recover when they reach the age of 30, and from a biological standpoint, this capability has surely deteriorated by the age of 35. Many athletes feel these limita tions and start considering retirement [more…]

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