Námskeið FS: Dry needling Advanced course Upper body DN

Skráning stendur yfir

  • Dagsetning:
    6. september 2020 - 7. september 2020
  • Staðsetning: Húsnæði Ísí, Engjavegi 6
  • Tími:
    08:30 - 16:30
  • Bókunartímabil:
    9. mars 2020 - 7. ágúst 2020
  • Almennt verð:
    75.000 kr.
  • Fagdeild verð:
    68.000 kr.

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.

Ath. þetta námskeið er einungis fyrir þá sem þegar hafa sótt Top 20 Dry needling námskeið. 

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will ...

  • be able to identify the most common muscles of the upper half of the body by surface anatomy, palpation and function and understand their clinical symptoms and perpetuating factors.
  • be able to identify the features of trigger points by physical examination and apply this knowledge to the most common muscles of the upper half of the body.
  • be able to perform Dry Needling for the most common muscles of the upper half of the body.
  • have updated their knowledge about research in the field of the myofascial pain syndrome and trigger points.

Johnson McEvoy is a Chartered Physiotherapist in private practice in Ireland. He graduated with a BSc in physiotherapy in 1993 from Trinity College Dublin and subsequently worked in the USA for four years.  He holds a masters degree in sports physiotherapy (2004) and a doctorate from the University of St Augustine in Florida (2008). He works as head physiotherapist with Irish Amateur Boxing since 2003 and was an accredited Olympic Physiotherapist in Athens in 2004. He has a keen interest in myofascial pain and dry needling and tends to have a multimodal approach to patient care. In Ireland since 2004 he has trained over 500 physiotherapists in trigger point palpation and has recently co-authored a chapter reviewing trigger point reliability studies (2009). He is an instructor with the DGSA and has taught dry needling in Ireland since 2006.








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