Friday, 27. September 2019, 616 Washington St, 100, Dry Needling Level II - Sept 2019

This three day Level II course (23 contact hours) is a continuation of the Level I and consists of a combination of lecture, testing, demonstration and a large amount of hands-on laboratory sessions. In the advanced Trigger Point Dry Needling Training course, participants will use the skills they have learned and practiced in the first course to treat musculature that was deemed more difficult due to various safety concerns. Other applications for dry needling will be introduced. Additionally participants will be given an assessment tool to enhance evaluation of chronic myofascial pain patients and help with the clinical decision making process for the use of dry needling.
Level II Dry Needling Objectives

Define trigger points, motor banding, and neurological presentations of neuromuscular dysfunction.
Review literature supporting efficacy and treatment rationale of Trigger Point Dry Needling.
Instruct application of Trigger Point Dry Needling for more advanced orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions.
Review anatomy of regions to be taught in Level II course.
Discuss with participants their own experiences regarding legal and billing issues integrating Trigger Point Dry Needling into their practice setting.
Discuss safety.
Discuss indications and contraindications for treatment.
Discuss specific treatment rationale for various diagnoses.

Dry Needling Level II - Sept 2019

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