Prerequisites for Course 1:
Potential participants are any licensed professionals who possess a well-developed palpatory skill set. In addition a working knowledge of the human neuromusculoskeletal and its major landmarks. Prior experience with other manual techniques is not necessary. Andrew Bloch also reserves the right to accept or deny any candidate based on the skill set necessary to understand and apply RPT™.
Methods & Materials for Course 1:
Multiple teaching methods will be utilized dependent on the various levels of complexity of the learning objectives. These will include oral education, video slides, demonstrations, performance, feedback, supervised practice, and case troubleshooting. The vast majority of the course time will be spent hands-on in a lab setting.
Friday, November 11th: 5pm-9pm
Saturday, November 12th: 8am-8pm
Sunday, November 13th: 9am-2pm
$2,495.00 – Student
$1,995.00 – Military Discount
Introduction to Dry Needling
This course will introduce the global concept of dry needling across the spectrum of techniques, theories and best evidence in practice. This course will not cover any acupuncture techniques and will be based on expert knowledge of anatomy and ability to recognize dysfunction, disease and pain. Students will learn how to immediately and safely perform dry needling interventions for a variety of musculoskeletal, pain and neurological ICD-10 classifications.
*All registered participants will receive a welcome packet and email with relevant information about the course as well as recommended hotel accommodations.