Instructor: Mr Bruce Barker
Highlights of Course
In-Person Practical Course
What will you achieve?
As an experienced dry needling practitioner, this advanced course is a must to complete the use of dry needling with patients presenting with headaches, TMJ dysfunction, tennis and golfers elbow, carpal tunnel, CRPS, plantar fasciitis, tibial compartment syndrome, sprained ankle, hallux valgus, thoracic and abdominal pain.
The goal of this advanced dry needling course is to gain expertise in needling the more delicate and higher risk areas in the body, including the face and anterior neck, forearm and hand, lower leg and foot, thorax and abdominal wall.
It is a competency-based course, which will introduce more of the recent research, teach the use of estim with needles.
Practical Competency Exams
This course includes practical competency exams at the end of each day.
Pre-course reading with a quiz.
Online lectures by ODNS staff consisting of the following topics:
The online course includes exam questions for each lecture.
This online portion must be completed before the practical course, and will fulfill written examination requirements for dry needling courses.