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Dry Needling therapy for trigger points.


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Nov 6, 2021
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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 856 MB | Duration: 55mReceive an Qualification in Dry Needling therapy, and expand your knowledge in trigger point therapy.
What you'll learn​

Obtain the title "Dry Needling for myofascial pain syndrome treatment" and be in a position to use this title on your website or any of your marketing material.
Learn what is myofascial pain syndrome.
Learn what is trigger points (TPs), factors and possible causes for TPs, what are the types of TPs, the diagnostic criteria and palpation of them.
Learn what is Dry needling and what is the difference between it and acupuncture.
Learn how does dry needling work and when is it appropriate to use dry needling as a form of treatment.
Learn how is the feeling during dry needling for patientd and the side effects.
Learn different forms of Dry needling application.
Learn Dry needling hygiene and contraindications.
Learn the anatomy, function, land marks and precautions, the referred pain pattern and how to needling 25 of most comment muscles that presents trigger points.
Welcome to our Dry Needling therapy, for myofascial pain syndrome, treatment course.

A large number of people suffer from myofascial pain syndrome, due to trigger points. In my physiotherapy clinic, i see every day this situation, where patient had pain for long time, and never told that is from trigger points.

How i treat them? Mostly with Dry needling and myofascial release massage techniques, where i combine Deep tissue massage, acupressure, and IASTM techniques, and also if necessary some acupuncture protocols (*as explained in this course, Dry Needling is not the same with acupuncture!!! (which will be include in my next course in udemy :)

Dry Needling is scientifically proven as the most effective therapy method, and if you work with people who suffer from TPs, is necessary and helpful knowledge to expand your career.

This course provides the necessary information and instructions in an easy-to-understand structure. Our focus is on 25 muscles which most often present trigger points and for each muscle, we discuss the anatomy, function, referred pain, landmarks and precautions and the appropriate way to apply the needle.

With the completion of the course, you will can effectively and safely apply dry needling.

Advanced anatomy, its not so necessary, but basic knowledge will be helpful for you. But don't worry, if you are careful watching the apply of the needle at our video, the application will be easily understand.

Feel free anytime to contact us for any help or information you need.

Who this course is for:
Massage therapy
Alternative therapies / medicine
People who loves to learn dry needling
Student of health studies