Structure & Function: Dry Needling
[shaker_image]Structure & Function: Dry Needling is an education enterprise focused on introducing the dry needling approach to physiotherapists, started by Sue Falsone. She runs lectures all over America to develop the proficiency of medical professionals. They offer a 25 hour dry needling class throughout America, with future events in Lansing. Over three days, the course consists of various topics on the basic dry needling techniques for curing all sorts of acute and chronic problems in professional athletes. As part of the course, Sue Falsone teaches intramuscular electrical stimulation (abbreviated: IMS) and cupping.
What is Dry Needling and Who is Sue Falsone?
Combining the art and science of dry needling, an experienced certified physiotherapist uses his skill with acupuncture needles to penetrate the dermis and stimulate the muscles of the professional athlete. Sue Falsone, the woman behind the company and CEO of Structure and Function Dry Needling, started a hands-on dry needling system called Structure and Function Dry Needling, which shares a name with her business! The approach is regarded as a combination of skills Falsone introduced and enhanced over a couple of years in the business. As an original leader in her field of expertise, Sue Falsone worked as Head Athletic Trainer for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, making her the first woman in the position of Head Athletic Coach in the four most popular sports in the United States. The the US Men’s National Soccer team also saw her accomplishments and made her Head Athletic Trainer.
The course wants to achieve the following:
- to be able to use dry needling techniques in addressing commonplace orthopedic and sports-related injuries;
- to use intramuscular stimulation when curing different orthopedic and sports-related problems; and excel in the knowledge vacuum therapy techniques.
- to get to know the anatomies of the patient in order to make sure they are safe when clinician is using dry needling;
- to master safe needle handling techniques, and prevent potential blood borne diseases;
- to show the health professional the contraindications and safety measures for using the aforementioned technique;
After the course is over, the participants will have perfected their new abilities, and will be able to use them with success in treatment of their athletes.
[shaker_image]The price for the seminars is $1295, however 1 person may attend the course at no cost when their department or facility registers ten other course participants. Students ought to bring the following three items: a book about human anatomy (edition and author unspecified), a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation unit, as well as alligator clamps. Dry needles will be given to everyone by the class lecturers. SFDN is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide services of continuing education to certified Athletic Trainers and is currently in the process of approving CEUs (Continuing Education Units). In some professions, CEUs are mandatory for to keep on working in their field.
Right now, the following cities allow you to partake in continuing education activities approved by ProCert for Physical Therapists to get twenty-six Continuing Education Units: Lansing. National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA BOC) (P10069) allows the practitioner to earn twenty-five Continuing Education Units, Arizona Physical Therapy Association two and a half Continuing Education Units, and Georgia Physical Therapy Association twenty-five CEUs.
How to Host an Event
[shaker_image]Physiotherapists as well as various other practitioners who want to host a seminar are able to participate upon filling out the form and submitting an application. The newest info about cupping, dry needling, and intramuscular stimulation goes into Structure & Function: Dry Needling’s classes. Sue Falsone brought forth her skills and expertise gathered at the frontiers of the industry, to combine pain management, dry needling, fascial manipulation, visceral manipulation, movement efficiency, soft tissue mobilization, and differential diagnosis to make the dry needling system currently recognized and admired throughout America.
Using the SFDN method, apart from expanding the repository of sports therapy knowledge, students are able to better the care for their athletes and patients.
Stop over at Structure & Function: Dry needling’s website if you want to learn more info about our upcoming seminars; on our Courses Page.
Give Structure & Function: Dry Needling a call at (602) 888-1998, or send them an e-mail which can be found on our Contact Page.