CEUL113687 - COPY OF DN-2: Dry Needling for Lumbopelvic & Lower Extremity Conditions: an Evidence-Based Approach

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445 Dexter Ave
Suite 4050
Montgomery, AL  36104  USA

Course Description:

No  prerequisites  are  needed  for  this  three-­‐day  27-­‐hour  course  in  dry  needling;  however,  registrants  must  be  a  licensed  physical  therapist,  osteopath,  medical  doctor,  naturopathic  doctor or acupuncturist in their respective state or country. Certification in Dry Needling (Cert. DN)  will  be  awarded  upon  successful  completion  (i.e.  written  and  practical  examination)  of  both the DN-­‐1 & DN-­‐2 courses, giving 54 hours of hands-­‐on dry needling education in total.
Participants  will  learn  superficial  and  deep  dry  needling  techniques  for  the  treatment  of  lumbopelvic and lower extremity musculoskeletal conditions. This course does include, but is not limited to, needling of taut bands of muscle (i.e. trigger points) as classically introduced by Travell  &  Simons.  Needle  puncture  of  tendons,  ligaments,  musculotendinous  junctions,  teno-­‐osseus junctions, and bone (“periosteal pecking”) will also be taught as essential components of musculoskeletal needling practice. Furthermore, peri-­‐neural needling will be instructed for the purpose  of  improving  microcirculation  and  disrupting  fibrosis  in  chronic  neurogenic  pain  syndromes. Dry needling is certainly a lot more than sticking needles in trigger points!

CEU Credits: 27.000

Type of Course: In Person

Course Dates To Be Offered:

Mar 17, 2023 to Mar 19, 2023 | Phoeniz AZ
Apr 21, 2023 to Apr 23, 2023 | Woodbridge VA
Apr 21, 2023 to Apr 23, 2023 | Salt Lake City UT
May 19, 2023 to May 21, 2023 | Denver CO
Jun 9, 2023 to Jun 11, 2023 | Phoenix AZ
Jun 9, 2023 to Jun 11, 2023 | Richmond VA
Aug 25, 2023 to Aug 27, 2023 | Shawnee KS
Aug 25, 2023 to Aug 27, 2023 | Phoenix AZ


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