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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.
Date
  • Saturday 26 October | 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
CEU's
  • 14 (8 for the course + 6 for e-Learning)
Price
  • Standard R2000, Comm Service R1900
Adddress
  • 80 Harrington St, Cape Town, Western Cape

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

Advanced Dry Needling Level 2.  Integrating Lumbar and Cervical Regions

Testimonials



"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