Dry Needling Course 27th to 28th August 2016

needling course

Taught by FIDN founder -  Dr Mihir Somaiya of the Asia Health Care Center, Mumbai, India. 

These 20 hours courses consist of a minimum 4 hours study via manual before attending the course.Then a practical 2 Days,16 hours taught by Dr Mihir .

On Completion of the course Balens Insurance Can offer both a top-up policy to your current policy or provide full cover including the use of Functional Integrated Dry Needling to your current practice.

Whats different about Functional Integrated Dry Needling to "Normal" Dry Needling and what is it for?

  • Normally dry needling is done on trigger points but what if there are no trigger points? 
  • Hence FUNCTIONAL INTEGRATED DRY NEEDLING is a new phenomenon which is done on not only trigger points but tender points.
  • FIDN also follows the peripheral nerves and therefore the flow of the pain pathways.
  • Intra discal needling and the stimulation of the cartilage /menisci of the knee will be demonstrated and taught. 
  • For more details see the course itinerary below.

Dates Available to book now,-

  • Functional Dry Needling Course - Dublin 27th and 28th August 2016
More courses to follow in the UK , Republic of Ireland and Europe in 2016
 
FUNCTIONAL INTEGRATED DRY NEEDLING
PAIN MANAGEMENT & FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION
 
VISION & NEED
 
As we all know that unless required nobody in the world want to go for surgery or on medications as far as musculoskeletal pain is considered.
 
According to the statistics by WHO (2015-2016) an approximate of 82% people opted out not to go for surgery for spine and 76% not to go for knee replacement surgery.
The following treatment ensures and helps in avoidance of surgery for various conditions with proper references and researched papers. 
 
Course Details and Itinerary
  • Functional Integrated Dry Needling for Pain management and Functional Rehabilitation is a neurophysiological evidence based treatment which is based on the anatomy, physiology and biomechanics of the human body unlike acupuncture which is based on meridians as per the old Chinese technique. 
  • The needling is performed on the trigger points, tender points, the pain pathways(modulation of PNS to CNS) which then are responsible for the proper conduction to the muscles, which is responsible for core pain management and functional rehabilitation(Pain is the means by which the Peripheral nervous system (PNS) warns the central nervous system (CNS) of injury or potential injury to the body).
  • The course has also high weightage of proper mechanism of stimulation of cartilage of knee joint with evidence and subsequent antidode effect.
  • The course is developed by evidence based practice as well as references from the earlier studies.
  • The functional dry needling training can help in providing the healthcare professionals as a great tool to serve their patients and clients with great result in conjunction to their therapeutic modalities.
  • Functional integrated dry needling course also helps delegates in developing adequate knowledge in diagnosis and proper evaluation of various conditions and how to safely needle them.
  • Delegates will develop skills to not only give treatment or needling for pain management but also restoring their functional abilities and restricted movements.
  • Delegates will be having enough practical and laboratory sessions so as to get hands on needles and also to maintain OSHA standards and guidelines of safe needling and avoid any adverse effects. 
COURSE ITINERARY
Module 1
Functional Integrated Dry Needling is a two day course and has a total credit or CEU’s of 16 HRS.
 Physical Therapist, Acupuncturist, Chiropractisioners, Medical Professional people can attend this course. 
The Course will consist of the following:
 
9 am to 12 noon
 
•What is dry needling? 
•Introduction
•History 
•Different Models of dry needling
•Introduction to pain
•What is functional dry needling?
•How does it act?
(1)Nerve Flow Stimulation.
(2)Antidode Mechanisms.
(3)Stimulation of the pain gate mechanism & nociceptive fibers.
(4)Cartilage stimulation
 
•Indications of dry needling
•Effects of Functional dry needling
(1)Analgesic effects
(2)Biochemical Modulation
(3)Mechanical Effects.
•Adverse effects of dry needling
•Limitations of dry needling
 
 
12 noon to 1pm
Lunch
 
1 pm to 3 pm
 
•Understanding needles.
•Handling needles.
•Self practice needling.
•Directions of insertion/ basic insertion techniques.
•Maintaining posture of the patients during needling and safety.
•Introduction to the concept of Functional integrated approach & the concept of pain which is a way by which the Peripheral nervous system (PNS) warns the central nervous system (CNS) of injury or potential injury to the body needling concept which is based Neuro physiological effects is explained in detail. 
•How to use dry needles, various sizes of needles and its importance 
•Handling of the needles by maintaining atmost safety, direction of the needle, manipulation of the needle after insertion.
•Procedure/hygiene/consent for from the patient/ proper disposing of the needles.
 
 
 
3pm to 3.30pm
 
Tea Break
 
3.30pm to 5.30pm
 
The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands and tendons & its functional areas of the lower limb will be explained in detail with the practical sessions:
 
Gluteus Maximus.
Iliotibial Band. (TFL)
Popliteus.
Gastrosoleus.
Tibialis anterior
Tibialis posterior.
Adductor Hallucis
Extensor Hallucis brevis.
Flexor Hallucis brevis.
 
 
5.30pm to 6pm
Revision and questions
 
 
Day 2
9 am  to 12noon
 
The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands and tendons & its functional areas of the face, upper limb & trunk lower limb will be explained in detail with the practical sessions:
Splenius Capitis.
Semi Spinalis Capitis.
Scalene
Sternocledomastoid 
Upper trapezius.
Frontalis.
Rhizoris.
Pectoralis major.
 
12pm to 1pm
Lunch
 
1pm to 2pm
 
Supra spinatous.
Infra spinatous.
Biceps
Triceps
Brachio radialis.
ECRB
Extensor pollicis longus.
 
2pm to 4pm
 
The needling of the following Conditions or deformities & its functional points as well as symptomatic points will be explained in detail with the practical sessions:
Migraine.
Sciatica.
Osteoarthritis. 
Carpel tunnel syndrome.
 
4pm to 4.30pm
Tea Break
 
4.30pm to 5.30pm
 
Exam (Theory & Practical)
 
Certificate Presentation and discussion on requirements on progression to the FIDN Level 2 course.
 

Full Cost Early Bird Payment €500 or €250 Deposit

  

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