Advanced Dry Needling - Level 2.  Integrating Lumbar and Cervical Regions

Advanced Dry Needling - Level 2. Integrating Lumbar and Cervical Regions

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Course description

Level One - 75% of the muscles in the Lumbar, Cervical and Extremities regions
Level Two – This will include the balance of the muscles and will specifically focus on the muscles considered to be of higher risk for complications.

Please note:  You are able to needle muscles taught, but will not be insured for the needling of muscles you have not been taught should a complication occur.

After completing Level One and Level Two, the practitioner should be able to:

  • Describe the anatomy of the involved muscles, including the action and innervations of these muscles;
  • Locate the trigger points in these muscles;
  • Come to a differential diagnosis;
  • Identify activating and perpetuating factors for each muscle;
  • Treat these trigger points using acupuncture Dry Needling;
  • Provide corrective action and advice to the patient; and
  • Prescribe home-based exercises to stretch and strengthen the involved muscles.

  • Sunday 6 October | 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 14 (8 for the course + 6 for e-Learning)
  • Standard R2000, Comm Service R1900
  • 20 - 7th Street, Houghton Estate

* All courses accredited by an appropriate accrediting academic institution and or statutory authority for the relevant profession


"This course was wonderful.  Dr. Yelverton is approachable, teaches at a good pace, and is friendly and knowledgeable.  It was wonderful to get such a wonderful lunch.  I highly recommend this course."  Sanchia Ferreira, Physiotherapist

"Chris is brilliant.  His approach is logical and easy to understand.  Difficult/risky areas are no longer scary but still respected."  Jeanne Marais, Physiotherapist

"Excellent value for physiotherapy.  Layout of entire dry needling course is excellent as it gives you a good basis from level 1 through to advanced dry needling."  Lume Brits, Physiotherapist