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December 2018

Trigger Point Dry Needling

Trigger Point Dry Needling 575 383 Jennifer Lane

I will be certified in trigger point dry needling (TDN) as of December 9th. What is TDN and what does it treat? Dry Needling is a technique physical therapists use (where allowed by state law) for the treatment of pain and movement impairments.   The technique uses a “dry” needle, one without medication or injection, inserted through the skin into areas of the muscle. The needle acts as an extension of the finger, being able to access muscles much deeper.

Other terms commonly used to describe dry needling, include trigger point dry needling, and intramuscular manual therapy.

Dry needling is not acupuncture, a practice based on traditional Chinese medicine and performed by acupuncturists. Dry needling is a part of modern Western medicine principles and supported by research. Learn more about dry needling.

Can you get PT for free? Yes!

Can you get PT for free? Yes! 1200 800 Jennifer Lane

Have you Met Your Insurance Deductible this Year?

Do you have a family insurance plan? Have you had surgery this year? Have you used your insurance more than usual? If you answered yes, you are more likely to have a $0 balance remaining on your out-of-pocket expenses. This means the cost could be minimal or completely covered by your insurance plan.

Do you have unused money on your HSA account? Close to having met your insurance deductible for the year? Now is the time to come in for physical therapy! Are you feeling aches & pains? Need to work on your core? Les us help you get a head start going into 2019, before your deductible renews again.

See Jenn Lane, PT at Holistic PT for:

  • Pelvic Therapy
  • Vestibular Rehab
  • Manual Orthopedic Therapy
  • Post-op/Post-Injury Rehab
  • Wellness Consultation


Frankincense: The King of Oils

Frankincense: The King of Oils 241 360 Jennifer Lane

I want to tell you about Frankincense, it’s history, how to use it and how you can get it for free! You may be familiar with the smell of frankincense if you have spent any time in church. Frankincense and Myrrh were diffused during the hoidays, swung around by the priest in a vessel while he walked up and down the aisles. But did you know that frankincense is a powerful essential oil that can help improve your complexion, boost your immune system, support your nervous system, and eliminate headaches? This is why it is called the King of Oils. If you use essential oils in your daily routine, then you know Frankincense can be used for almost anything. Here are just 10 uses for this amazing oil…

  1. Relieves Stress
  2. Promotes Good Sleep
  3. Boosts Immunity
  4. Reduces Inflammation
  5. Fights Oral Infections
  6. Nourishes Skin and Reduces Acne
  7. Relieves Digestive Issues
  8. Alleviates Respiratory Problems
  9. Balances Hormone Levels
  10. Kills Harmful Germs and Bacteria

In ancient times, it was considered “Liquid Gold” and was one of the most valued essential oils in the world. It has been used worldwide in religious ceremonies, during meditation and for overall wellness for many years. DoTerra incorporates it into most of its skin care line and it is consistently one of the most popular oils.

This December, you can get it for free! When you place a 200 PV order with doTerra, they will send you a 15mL bottle for free. It is regularly priced $69.75 (wholesale). This year, give the gift of good health and get your holiday shopping done all at once with doTerra products, and buy something nice for yourself. You deserve it! Need help placing an order? Contact me directly. I am here to help! For more information and uses of frankincense, click here.


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