CEU - Dry Needling: A Tool for the Movement System, Course 2 ONLY
Dry Needling: A Tool for the Movement System, Course 2 is a hybrid course delivered via home study, extensive hands-on lab/practical, and live virtual mentoring using a regional approach in order to facilitate participant learning. Includes Course 2 of 2.
- Safely assess soft tissue along with underlying structures for application of dry needling within clinical practice.
- Employ a full understanding of the indications, contraindications, and precautions for dry needling.
- Discuss the theoretical basis for dry needling (as it relates to anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and pain science) to include combining dry needling with other interventions.
- Practice safety and protection procedures to include personal protective equipment, safe needle handling, proper body mechanics, and positioning.
- Be prepared to respond to potential emergency regarding secondary physiological/emotional effects or complications associated with dry needling.
- Use clinical reasoning to integrate dry needling into a comprehensive evaluation and management plan.
- Develop proficiency performing basic dry needling techniques on select muscles of the spine, lower quarter, and upper quarter
- ?Develop proficiency performing basic dry needling techniques on select muscles about the thorax (Course 2).
- Develop proficiency performing advanced dry needling techniques within clinical practice (Course 2).
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