This Home Study Course focuses on the use of Dry Needling for Recovery and Regeneration. Sue Falsone pulls from her more than 20 years of practice experience, including her boutique practice with professional athletes to return them to the field better than ever. Dry Needling can be especially impactful tool with Recovery and Regeneration. This course includes both video and text-based components for a complete educational experience!
You may be working with high level athletes who are training to their max. The inability to fully recover in between training sessions can hinder an athletes ability to maximize their potential when training. Being able to help an athlete recover faster, so they can continue to maximize their training benefits, is key.
Even your non-athlete patients suffer from living in an overstimulated state. Being able to help your patient manage stress, improve sleep, and improve their digestion will improve their ability to heal. Understanding how to utilize dry needling to help balance their autonomic nervous system can have a huge impact on the overall well-being of your client.
Are you dealing with patients who experience over-training or under-recovery?
Help your patients recover faster and improve their ability to heal by understanding how to utilize dry needling for recovery.
Do you want to learn ways to improve the results with dry needling?
- Understand how needles impact healing on a local, segmental and systemic level.
- Understand how stimulating certain areas of the body with needles may be able to balance the autonomic nervous system.
- Explore how eastern and western medical philosophies overlap as we apply needles to help combat systemic fatigue and soreness.
- Why athletes need recovery
- Stress interactions from training
- Why dry needling works in recovery
- Components of the Pentamodel method that apply to recovery and regeneration.