Advanced Dry Needling (SFDN2) in Tempe, AZ starts on April 29, 2022
Tempe, AZ starting on April 29th, 2022 you can learn SFDN2 – Advanced Dry Needling for Orthopedic Rehab & Sports Performance. In this 27-hour lab-based course, the clinician will expand on the diagnosis-focused approach to dry needling and intramuscular stimulation. Further development of the Pentamodal Method introduced in the Foundations Class will be a major focus for this course, emphasizing a whole body treatment approach to dry needling.
April 29, 2022 @ 8:00 am – May 1, 2022 @ 5:00 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 27-hour lab-based course, the clinician will expand on the diagnosis-focused approach to dry needling and intramuscular stimulation. Further development of the Pentamodal Method introduced in the Foundations Class will be a major focus for this course, emphasizing a whole body treatment approach to dry needling.
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?
The course will build on the knowledge obtained in the Foundations in Dry Needling for Orthopedic Rehab and Sport Performance (SFDN1) course.
Areas of the body include Cervical spine, Thoracic spine, Lumbar spine, Abdomen, upper and lower extremities, face and head.
Expanded view of the Pentamodal Method learned in SFDN1 including fascial areas and peri-neural tissue.
Recovery and regeneration protocols for sport performance
See the complete course description for full details
What you will learn in this course?
Safe needling techniques, including universal precautions and blood borne pathogen education per the CDC and/or OSHA based on case studies.
Learn dry needling techniques based on case studies for
- General recovery and regeneration
- Advanced treatments for common orthopedic pathologies and sport related dysfunctions
- Acute injuries
- Advanced areas of the body
- Integrate surface anatomy palpation and layered anatomy application
- Integrate intramuscular electrical stimulation
Master the application of all 5 anatomical considerations of the Pentamodal Method
Present a case study for safe and effective dry needling application
See the complete course description for full details
Cupping Set (OPTIONAL). The following 17 piece Cupping Set is recommended but others are acceptable. Link open in a new window.
If you have a latex allergy, it is recommended for you to bring your own gloves for use during lab.
For more information on CEU approval, please click here!
My experience with dry needling has been nothing but positive. Sue has a gift of teaching in a manner in which a somewhat intimidating topic comes to life. She is one of those teachers who truly cares about her students and the subject matter in which she teaches. She is a joy to be around and makes you feel at ease the moment you meet her.
Director of Player Health and Performance| Portland Trail Blazers
Sue presented excellent material related to dry needling and cupping that was research-based. Her background gives you a perspective that allows you to immediately apply the techniques to your patient population.
Highly recommend this course to professionals in Sports Medicine. Sue is incredibly knowledgable, and presents dry needling in a safe way. I feel confident to apply the techniques I learned to my practice immediately.
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
- Friday: 8am - 7pm
- Saturday: 8am - 7pm
- Sunday: 8am - 5pm
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