Course Type: NEXT | Webinar
Presenter(s): Timothy Flynn
Price: $75 APTA Members | $85 Nonmember (subject to change)
CEU: 0.2 CEUs (2.0 contact hours)
Description: This session will highlight the evidence that serves as the foundation to support the use of dry needling as an intervention including for the purported effects of reduction of pain, improved function, and motion. The focus of this course will cover the current literature that provides emerging evidence for the effectiveness of dry needling. Furthermore, research describing the existence of trigger points, clinical characteristics of referred pain, pain reduction models, and various treatments used to date will be explored. Limitations and gaps in the literature will be discussed.
Your registration will also provide you with access to view the nationally acclaimed McMillian and Maley Lectures.
Purchase: View full course description at the APTA Learning Center.
Last Updated: 7/11/2014
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