Myopain Seminars Dry Needling Course Program 2016

Foundations of Dry Needling DN-I & DN-II

The Foundations courses will introduce the student to the concepts of dry needling with an emphasis on the most common muscles in clinical practice, the basics of dry needling techniques, and an introduction to the current myofascial pain research and pain sciences. Each course will consist of 25-27 hours of instruction, supported by several online home study modules. The Foundations courses do include theoretical and practical competency tests preparing the student for immediate clinical practice.

Advanced Dry Needling DN-3

The DN-3 Advanced course will bring the student to the highest level of clinical proficiency in the management of patients with myofascial pain. The DN-3 Advanced course features an in-depth study of the hand muscles, several lower extremity and foot muscles, the craniofacial and craniomandibular muscles, the scalenes and the longus colli muscles. Students will review the anatomy, function, and dry needling techniques for each muscle, while gaining a profound understanding of the scientific literature. The DN-3 Advanced course consists of 18 hours of instruction, followed by a comprehensive certification examination (theoretical and practical). Students will receive a comprehensive study guide with 30+ scientific articles useful for the preparations for the final examinations.

Course Location

Northern Edge Physical Therapy
1830 E Parks Hwy Suite A137
Wasilla, AK 99654
P: (907) 631-4029
F: (907) 631-4128

Course Dates

DN-1 (Foundations I): May 20-22, 2016
DN-2 (Foundations II): Oct 14-16, 2016
DN-3 (Advanced): Jan 20-22, 2017