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Dry Needling | Red Flags | Reappraising entrapment neuropathies | Faskia Stecco Master Class level III

TOP 30 DN, Ricky Weissmann

Course Contents

This three-day introductory course covers the foundations of Dry Needling, myofascial pain syndrome, trigger points and the clinical highlights of dry needling. It is a hands on course. Participants practice Dry Needling of the Top 30 muscles under consistent supervision with each other.
Please note, recognition of Dry Needling depends on the country of practice, and it is the responsibility of each graduate to follow the local regulations.

Course objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to identify the features of trigger points by physical examination and to perform Dry Needling of the top 30 muscles.

Kurssi on tarkoitettu fysioterapeuteille ja lääkäreille.

Advanced Course Upper Body DN, Ricky Weissmann

Course Contents

On this 2-day advanced course participants will learn the diagnosis, physical examination and Dry Needling of the most common muscles of the upper half of the body. The course is a hands on course. Participants practice Dry Needling under consistent supervision among each other.

Course objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to identify the features of trigger points by physical examination and to perform Dry Needling for the most common muscles of the upper half of the body.

Kurssi on tarkoitettu fysioterapeuteille ja lääkäreille, jotka ovat suorittaneet TOP 30 DN kurssin.

Laura Finucane: Red Flags

This course goes through the red flags, discussing the evidence and case studies, Cauda Equina Syndrome, Spinal fracture Differentiation and Spinal Infection

Andrea Pasini PT & Lorenzo Freschi PT: Faskia Stecco Master Class level III/Workshop FMID

Kurssi on Faskia level I, II ja III kurssit suorittaneille.

Annina Schmid: Reappraising entrapment neuropathies: Pathomechanisms, diagnosis and management

Course objectives

-To enable the participants to understand the basic principles of pain physiology associated with entrapment neuropathies and to incorporate this knowledge into their reasoning framework
-To be familiar with the practical performance and interpretation of bedside neurological testing and quantitative sensory testing methods in the context of entrapment neuropathies
-To understand the clinical framework for subgrouping different types of spinally referred pain
-To be competent in designing a targeted intervention for patients with entrapment neuropathies and to interpret changes associated with the delivered intervention