This 3-day course focuses on skill acquisition of dry needling technique and clinical reasoning for implementing the intervention for the lumbopelvic region and lower quarter. Participants can expect to become proficient with identification of trigger points and treatment using dry needling. Safety with dry needling is emphasized with each technique. Furthermore, evidence based approaches for the use of dry needling will be emphasized – including non-trigger point approaches targeting pain modulatory pathways.
Approved for 27 CE contact hours.
This course is open to PTs and PT students only only and is appropriate for all skill levels.
For more information, please contact us at BRI@benchmarkrehabinstitute.com