At the completion of this course participants should be able to:
1. Define trigger points, motor banding and neurological presentations of neuromuscular dysfunction.
2. Safely apply Dry Needling techniques for orthopaedic and neuromuscular conditions.
3. Define indications and contraindications for treatment.
4. Identify specific treatment rationales for various diagnoses.
5. Understand the research supporting the use of Dry Needling in clinical practice.
6. Have a general knowledge to apply dry needling techniques to common sporting injuries.
7. At the completion of the course participants should have a greater understanding of how our bodies/brains process pain, in both the acute and chronic settings.
8. At the completion of this course participants should have a greater understanding of how to accurately evaluate and treat common myofascial disorders of the shoulder, upper extremity and hand.
150 Tulip Street, Sandringham,
Victoria, Australia 3191
Phone: +61 03 9585 8100
Our Level 1, 2 & 3 courses are endorsed by the OA,
This program has been assessed by the Chiropractors Association of Australia (National) and allocated a continuing professional development categorisation rating of 22.75 Hours, Category B