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kevin kirby mosaic verrucae needling video

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by rachel cleghorn, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. rachel cleghorn

    rachel cleghorn Welcome New Poster


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    hi every does any one have the link for kevin Kirbys verrucae needling video
    thanks rachel
     
  2. fabio.alberzoni

    fabio.alberzoni Active Member

    this is how is made in the UK...I really think is the same...I hope it'll be usefull.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x051lFJMvOg
    good luck...fabio
    PS:please let me know about your result about this therapy.
     
  3. drsarbes

    drsarbes Well-Known Member

    I have found it MUCH easier and quicker to manipulate the needle if you merely leave the syringe on.

    I also do not use a sterile field, just prep the area with alcohol and start needling once it's numb.
    It's not exactly surgery.....

    Steve
     
  4. mgates01

    mgates01 Active Member

    I'd agree with Steve on both counts .
    I always attach a syringe to the end as it is much easier to use ( it's a bit like trying to write with just a pencil lead, it will do the job but it's way easier with a whole pencil).
    I also just pre swab the area with alcohol prior to the actual needling.
    Michael
     
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