Advanced Dry Needling LPH in Tempe, AZ starts on October 23, 2021
Tempe, AZ starting on October 23, 2021 you can learn the Advanced Dry Needling Concepts: Comprehensive Orthopedic Approach to the Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Complex (LPH). This is a 16 hour lab course were the clinician will learn safety procedures, treatment strategies and a diagnosis-focused approach to dry needling for the Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Complex region. This course has advanced Dry Needling treatment strategies and discussion of case studies, current research, and the instructor’s specialty clinical expertise.
October 23, 2021 @ 8:00 am – October 24, 2021 @ 6:00 pm MST
Cancellation and Attendance Policy: Prior to 30 days from the registered course, a participant may receive a refund of the full tuition minus 20% for administrative fees. Prior to 30 days from the registered course, a participant may transfer their tuition to another scheduled course with no extra fees applied. If less than 30 days to a registered course, the participant will not be eligible for a refund, but can transfer funds to another scheduled course for no additional fees. Structure & Function reserves the right to cancel any course, although every effort will be made to not allow that to happen. If a course is cancelled, the participant will be entitled to a full refund or be allowed to transfer the funds to another scheduled course. Structure & Function will not be financially responsible for any airfare, hotel or any other personal travel expenses if a course is cancelled.
Prior to registering for a course, make sure you are able to attend the entire weekend. Once you have purchased a course registration, you are required to attend the entire weekend. Exceptions to this rule will not be allowed. See the cancellation and attendance policy for more details.
In this 16 hour lab-based course, the clinician will learn a diagnosis-focused approach to the Lumbo-Pelvic- Hip Complex with the addition of specific advanced Dry Needling strategies for the pelvic floor, coccyx, symphysis pubis, hip joint, sacroiliac ligaments, and regional nerves. Advanced mobilization labs will focus on lumbar, pelvis and coccyx techniques, and the integrated approach to dealing with complex diagnosis will be reviewed through a discussion of case studies, current research, and the instructor’s specialty clinical expertise.
The student must have
- Successfully completed SFDN1 – Foundations in Dry Needling for Orthopedic Rehabilitation and Sports Performance
- Complete all required reading.
For a full list see the complete course description.
What you need to know about this course?
- This is a 2-day in-person training course.
- You must be present everyday.
What you will learn in this course?
- Learn safe needling techniques per the CDC and/or OSHA based on specific case studies.
- Learn how the injury mechanisms can affect the Lumbo-Pelvic- Hip region and overall movement dysfunction.
- Learn diagnostic strategies to streamline spinal and pelvic evaluation
- Learn treatment strategies for the Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip region.
- Learn effective data collection techniques to document patient progress and case study analysis.
- Learn case study presentation skills.
- Demonstrate techniques in a practical exam.
See the complete course description for full details
Each Therapist is to bring a concise summary of a current or former challenging pelvic health patient that you have treated and will discuss alternative strategies for pain management and return to function.
Please be sure to wear comfortable clothing, including loose shorts and tank tops, for lab based activities.
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About Our Dry Needling Courses
"What can a Dry Needling Course do for my practice?" Dry Needling is the insertion of fine filament needles in the body, specifically neuromuscular tissue. Research is still looking at how dry needling works in both acute and chronic situations. Traditional acupuncture is rooted in eastern philosophy while dry needling is rooted in western medicine. Simple muscle tightness, strains and sprains, an overworked body needing recovery, muscle activation, swelling reduction and pain modulation are all clinical examples for the use of dry needling. Our courses aim to empower practitioners – especially those who work with athletes – to provide the most efficient treatment to their patients.
General Daily Schedule
- Saturday: 8am - 6pm
- Sunday: 8am - 6pm
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