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Dry Needling, Opening Your Own Clinic, and Dual Degrees

On this episode of the #AskMikeReinold show we talk about dry needling, when is a good time to open your own clinic, and non-compatible dual degrees. To view more episodes, subscribe, and ask your questions, go to


#AskMikeReinold Episode 37: Dry Needling, Opening Your Own Clinic, and Dual Degrees

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  1. Juan Gonzalez
    Juan Gonzalez says:

    Hey Mike,
    Big fan of your stuff. I had one question and not sure if you answered this previously on other shows or blog posts. I have a client who was cleared for training after a partial knee patellar tendon rupture many months ago. After a few months of focusing on progressively loading tissues through emphasized eccentrics, things are feeling a lot better for him and strength numbers are coming back up with quality movement. This client enjoys training the olympic lifts (squat variations). The plan is to reintroduce olympic weightlifting but due to the dynamic and speed elements of the movements, what’s your best advice to keep progress steady and minimize any set backs. I assume that his knee may be sore after some of these movements even at relatively light loads, but will this get better as a result of adaptation to the tissues? Thanks!

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