Structure & Function: Dry Needling
[shaker_image]Structure & Function: Dry Needling (SFDN) is a training company focused on teaching dry needling to physiotherapists, started by Sue Falsone. She teaches classes all over America to empower health care professionals. SFDN offers dry needling courses, 25 hrs in length, in Madison and other big towns throughout the United States. Spread across three days, the course consists of different topics on the essential dry needling methods for treating all sorts of acute and chronic ailments in athletes. As part of the class program, Sue Falsone teaches the use of intramuscular electrical stimulation (short: IMS) and cupping.
About Sue Falsone and Dry Needling
Using the technique of dry needling, an experienced licensed physiotherapist works with dry needles to prick the skin and stimulate the professional athlete’s muscles. At SFDN, creator and Chief Executive Officer Sue Falsone developed a practical dry needling concept called SFDN. This approach is defined by a combination of skills Sue combined and perfected over the course of many years in the business. Sueís experience includes stints as Head Athletic Trainer for the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, during which she served as the first female Head Athletic Coach in all of the four most important sports in the United States. She also served as the Head Athletic Trainer for the United States Men’s National Soccer team.
Objectives and Curriculum of the Course
The course was designed for the practitioner:
- to learn proper acupuncture needle usage practices, and avoid possible diseases transmitted by blood;
- to get to know the anatomies of the subject so as to make sure they are safe as the practitioner is practicing dry needling on them;
- to apply intramuscular stimulation in treating everyday orthopedic and sports-related problems; and learn different cupping techniques.
- to make certain the practitioner understands the contraindications and safety measures in regards to dry needling;
- to allow the practitioners to use dry needling techniques when curing various orthopedic and sports-related conditions;
Upon completion of the course, the attendees will be proficient in the use of their newly learned abilities, and will be able to use them to treat their athletes.
[shaker_image]The events are one thousand two hundred ninety five dollars, and when someone signs ten people up, they (their department or sports club) get free tuition for 1 person. participants ought to bring the following things: an anatomy book (edition and author not specified), a TENS device, as well as alligator clips. Dry needles for use in class will be given to everyone by the seminar staff. As well as approving CEUs (Continuing Education Units) for their upcoming courses, Structure & Function: Dry Needling is licensed by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education to certified Athletic Trainers. In a number of fields, CEUs are obligatory for people to maintain their licenses and go on working in their field.
Continuing education activities approved by ProCert for Physiotherapists are presently available in the following places for 26 Continuing Education Units: Madison. National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA BOC) (P10069) allows the practitioner to get twenty-five CEUs, Arizona Physical Therapy Association 2.5 CEUs, and Georgia Physical Therapy Association 25 CEUs.
Hosting a Seminar
If they decide to hold a dry needling course, physiotherapists and other health care professionals may register for it. The latest information about dry needling, cupping, and intramuscular stimulation is contained in the courses. The award winning and esteemed dry needling approach started by Sue Falsone draws on her few decades of experience to become a quality blend of dry needling, pain management, differential diagnosis, fascial manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, visceral manipulation, and movement efficiency.
When using the Structure & Function approach, apart from increasing the general foundation of sports medicine knowledge, sports medical professionals are able to offer their patients more refined and higher quality treatment.
Sign Up For a Class
To find out more about dry needling classes by Structure & Function: Dry Needling, visit our website and check the schedule of our upcoming events here.
Phone SFDN at (602) 888-1998, or send them an email which can be found on our Contact Page.