Dry Needling 1: Foundations 1 Course is organized by Myopain Seminars and will be held from Sep 30 - Oct 02, 2022, at Myopain Seminars, LLC, Bethesda, Maryland, United States of America.
The DN-1 Foundations I course includes an overview of the background of dry needling, trigger points, and myofascial pain, an in-depth review of potential adverse events, an explanation of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standards in relation to dry needling, and an introduction to pertinent pain sciences.
There are numerous muscles covered in this article that are frequently addressed in clinical practice, including the infraspinatus, upper trapezius, deltoid, sternocleidomastoid, triceps, biceps, brachialis, levator scapulae, latissimus dorsi (partially), the subscapularis, brachioradialis, wrist extensors, supin
A review of each muscle's anatomy, purpose, and dry needling procedures will be given to the students.
• Name at least four anatomical structures to avoid when needling the sternocleidomastoid muscle
• Name at least 5 possible adverse events associated with dry needling
• Demonstrate two different dry needling methods for the psoas major muscle
• Compare and contrast three basic principles of dry needling and trigger point injections
• Perform four specific muscle and region-specific manual therapy treatments to inactivate myofascial trigger points
• Demonstrate proper identification of the three key features of a trigger point
• Demonstrate proper identification of 25 muscles of the body by surface anatomy and function.