Structure & Function: Dry Needling
[shaker_image]Sue Falsone created her enterprise, Structure & Function: Dry Needling (SFDN), to introduce dry needling to health care professionals. She teaches courses in America to empower health care professionals. Structure & Function: Dry Needling offers dry needling courses, 25 hrs in length, in Fayetteville, North Carolina and other major cities throughout America! Spanning three days, the seminar provides lectures on how to use basic dry needling approaches to treating a range of acute and/or chronic issues in athletes. As part of the course, Sue Falsone also teaches ways to use techniques of cupping and intramuscular electrical stimulation (abbreviated: IMS).
What is Dry Needling and Who is Sue Falsone?
[shaker_image]Combining the art and science of dry needling, an experienced certified health care professional works with acupuncture needles to penetrate the epidermis and stimulate the muscles of the professional athlete. At Structure & Function Dry Needling, founder and Chief Executive Officer Sue Falsone launched a practical dry needling approach named Structure & Function: Dry Needling! The concept is regarded as a combination of techniques Sue combined and perfected over a couple of decades in the industry. As an original leader in her field of expertise, Sue Falsone was Head Athletic Coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, making her the first female to assume the position of Head Athletic Trainer in the 4 most popular sports in America. The American Men’s National Soccer team also perceived her competence and gave her the job of Head Athletic Trainer.
The objectives of the course are the following:
- to get a better understanding of the surface anatomy of the patient regarding his safety when handling needles;
- to teach proper use of dry needling techniques in targeting common ortho and sports-related ailments;
- to be able to apply intramuscular stimulation in aiding commonplace ortho problems; and to master different cupping techniques.
- to make certain the clinician knows of the contraindications and safeguards in in terms of dry needling;
- to work with dry needles in a safe way, and abide by health guidelines and regulations;
After the course is done, the participants will have mastered their new abilities, and will manage to use them to treat their athletes.
[shaker_image]The fee for the events is one thousand two hundred ninety five dollars, but 1 individual may attend the class at no cost if their sports club or facility brings 10 other students. participants are encouraged to bring these things: an anatomy book (edition and author not specified), a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation unit, as well as alligator clips. Dry needles will be supplied to all participants by the seminar staff. Structure & Function: Dry Needling has been approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to licensed Athletic Trainers and is as of this moment approving CEUs (Continuing Education Units). Continuing Education Units are mandatory by professionals in different fields to maintain their working licenses.
Continuing education events approved by ProCert for Physical Therapists are currently offered in the following places for twenty-six CEUs: Fayetteville. National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA BOC) (P10069) enables the practitioner to get 25 CEUs, Arizona Physical Therapy Association 2.5 Continuing Education Units, and Georgia Physical Therapy Association twenty-five Continuing Education Units.
Hosting a Course
[shaker_image]Physical therapists and many other medical professionals who would like to host an event can do so upon filling out the form and submitting an application on the Structure & Function: Dry Needling’s webpage. All the latest info about intramuscular stimulation, dry needling, and cupping is taught in the seminars. The outstanding and highly regarded dry needling system introduced by Sue Falsone draws on her several decades of experience to serve as an effective combination of dry needling, pain management, differential diagnosis, fascial manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, visceral manipulation, and movement efficiency.
Using the SFDN method, aside from expanding the foundation of sports rehabilitation knowledge, practitioners are able to offer their patients more refined and higher quality treatment.
To get more information about dry needling classes by SFDN, take a peek at our web site and go through the list of our classes.
Phone SFDN at (602) 888-1998, or send an e-mail which can be found at our Contact Page.