Foundations Part 2: Advanced Dynamic Neuromuscular Dry Needling (DNx)
Upon completion of the MWRIFoundations Part 1: An Introduction to Dynamic Neuromuscular Dry Needling (DNx),attendees are encouraged to complete their Dry Needling Certification requirements by enrolling in Foundations Part 2: Advanced Dynamic Neuromuscular Dry Needling (DNx).
In DNx Part 2, attendees will continue learning the clinical reasoning process behind the utilization of dry needling in clinical practice. Specific topics include peripheral neuropathy, peripheral nerve entrapment, and a comprehensive treatment plan build-out of clinical applications of dry needling.
All of this will be taught with the sole purpose of advancing the rehabilitation outpatient setting. This is the ideal dry needling course for providers, such as chiropractors, physical therapists, and dentists who might even be skeptical of application of dry needling in clinical practice.
We aim to share the “good”, the “bad” and the “ugly” data regarding dry needling and present the information in an atmosphere which thrives on sound clinical reasoning from the entire group.
Participants will leaveFoundations Part 2: Advanced Dynamic Neuromuscular Dry Needling (DNx) with a clear indication of:
What a Trigger Point is (and isn't)
HOW to clinical treat peripheral neuropathy with dry needling
WHEN to consider peripheral nerve entrapment in your diagnostic process
HOW to rule in/rule out peripheral nerve sensitivity in persistent pain states
WHEN dry needling is an effective treatment option (and when it isn't)
WHO would benefit from dry needling treatment (and who wouldn't)
HOW many times dry needling is indicated for musculoskeletal conditions (not too much; not too little, but the right dosage)
HOW to incorporate dry needling in functional rehabilitation chiropractic offices (busy or not).