Structure & Function: Education
Rated out of 25 reviews.
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.
Sue explains and demonstrates things in a very clear and practical way.
I would highly recommend this course to anyone looking to enhance their clinical toolbox and learn a new, highly effective, and results driven technique.
Very practical and applicable to practice setting for sport performance.
Excellent explanations and demonstrations of technique with much appreciated focus on safe practice of dry needling with ample time to practice. Introduction to cupping was a wonderful adjunct.
Cutting edge technique that I can take back and use immediately. This will change my practice.
Incredibly practical approach to dry needling. This is really going to help our athletes.
Sue is a great teacher and I had techniques and skills I could integrate into my treatments right away.
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.
I’ve taken 10 dry needling certifications... it’s one of my favorite modalities I use on my patients. I can say without a doubt that the techniques and philosophies I learned fromSue Falsone are the most effective for getting great outcomes in your patients... no matter who you treat. I highly recommend this course to anyone.
The best dry needling course I have taken. I highly recommend Sue's model and classes. Foundations teaches one to teach most injuries that present in the office and Advanced shows how to create individual plans for all patients.
Sue does a tremendous job of creating an environment for learning that is both fun and extremely effective.
Sue is knowledgeable and pays great attention to detail when applying dry needling. She ensures all of her students’ respect, and patient safety when performing dry needling.
This class is one that the practitioner can immediately start incorporating dry needling into their practice! The course itself was very impressive, using exceptional teaching methods; with tons of practical application for the patient and athlete. The instructors were by far, the best I have ever had the honor to learn from, in my 17 years of practice. I am beyond excited to add dry needling to my practice, and taking it to the next level of success. I look forward to taking the next level of classes!
Sue Falsone is a great practical instructor who has changed the way I practice from this day forward
Sue’s knowledge of dry needling and excellent teaching ability make this technique accessible and safe
Excellent course. Sue’s knowledge, energy, and passion made the course a great learning experience and added a tool to my skill set that I can use with my athletes.
Sue created a comfortable environment for personal enrichment and professional growth. I look forward incorporating these new skills immediately into my practice.
A must-do for anyone working in the athletic performance setting!
In the University / collegiate athletic setting it is vital to have your best athletes available all the time and have time efficient treatments. Dry Needling is a game changer in that setting.
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.
S&F: Dry Needling was one of the best courses I have taken and it helped me to properly and safely integrate dry needling into an all-encompassing manual therapy practice. Sue’s depth of knowledge and clinical experience offers great support to any clinician wanting to properly adopt this skill in any setting.
This was a great course. Lots of information and enough practice to feel confident going forward.
Even after needling for several years, I still came away with jewels of treatment.
It was a delight to learn from Sue. She is a professional role model for the PT/ ATC female field.