Dry Needling Overview
The purpose of the Functional Integrated Needling program for Sports Injury Management is to develop the knowledge and clinical skills required to effectively diagnose and treat common, challenging and difficult-to treat sports injuries. This training program has been built upon Dr. Scappaticci’s extensive clinical experience managing sports injuries for NHL, NFL, NBA, NFL, MLB, and international Olympic athletes. This highly interactive and practical program reviews detailed functional anatomy and the pathomechanics of common sports injuries and is designed to ensure that clinicians are able to employ 7 specialized needling techniques to improve outcomes for common but hard-to treat sports injuries such as lateral epicondylitis, adhesive capsulitis, patellar tendonitis, and tracking symptoms, groin injuries, mechanical low back pain, Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis.
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Dry Needling Course Length & Format
This 3-day intensive program is split between classroom instruction and demonstration and extensive and intensive practical programming and, in order to make the best use of the workshop, some self study pre-workshop learning is also required. In addition to extensive use of lab and practice sessions, students participate in mastery evaluations and feedback sessions that provide an opportunity for students to determine what additional instruction is required for complete mastery.
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Continuing Education Points: This course has is accredited for 25 Formal Learning hours (CPD) in Australia.
Myotherapists/Massage Therapists: This course is currently being assessed for continuing education points by Myotherapists Association of Australia.
CPD Points Renewal: While applications relating to continuing education hours have been executed for these programs, it remains the attendees’ responsibility to contact the relevant association/board from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approve content as they relate to any seminar/course/lecture/webinar /online presentation (event).