Total Motion Release has revolutionized the way that thousands of clinicians treat the human body by working on areas that are seemingly unrelated to the patient’s complaint and seeing tremendous results. We will explore dry needling through the TMR lens and teach you how to get fast and effective results by taking a global approach to your treatments.
Many runners complain about pain or problems in their IT band, quad, lateral knee and hip regions. In this master class, we will discuss dry needling techniques to solve these difficult issues and get runners back out on the road or trail and doing what they love.
Unfortunately, avid runners usually push through lower leg and ankle pain, exposing them to further pain or injury. As clinicians, it is our job to find the cause of the pain, fix it and keep them moving. Here, we will present a variety of dry needling techniques that we can employ to deal with things like gastroc/soleus pain, Achilles tendonitis/osis, Peroneal pain, shin splints, and more.
Hip pain and dysfunction can be incredibly challenging to deal with. Pathologies such as Femoral Acetabular Impingement, Hip Labral Tears, and Sports Hernias tend to be difficult to diagnose and treat. Here, we will discuss how dry needling can be a powerful tool for treating all of these conditions when used properly.
Dry needling the spinal region can be highly effective for just about any condition that a patient isexperiencing because of its impact on nerve roots. But, needling this area can also be intimidating for many clinicians. In this master class, we will review the basics of needling the spine to stay safe and discuss innovative ways to integrate needling this area into your larger treatment plan.
Dr Sara Austin will be discussing many of the items that she teaches in pelvic dry needling course presented by Master Dry Needling in an effort to introduce you to core concepts and techniques that are important for treating the pelvic region and special populations that benefit from needling this area of the body.
Combining electrical stimulation with dry needling can be a very powerful technique for down regulating pain in many patients. These techniques can be used as both a progression and a regression with our overall treatment approach. Unfortunately, there is limited information available on the proper parameters with e-stim and dry needling, so we will be discussing best practices as we currently understand them.
Almost every clinician is treating Sacroiliac Dysfunction because it is incredibly common. Effectively treating this area of the body when it is dysfunctional is vital because of its impact on the rest of the body. In this master class, we will discuss using dry needling to modify tone in important structures and treat SI related pain.
The improvements in diagnostic ultrasound in recent years have made it accessible to most, if not all clinicians. When used in conjunction with dry needling, ultrasound can improve needling techniques and help to visualize structures that we either want to needle or visualize structures that we want to avoid in an effort to stay safe. In this course, we will present the basics of diagnostic ultrasound and demonstrate how it can successfully be used in a clinical setting in conjunction with dry needling.
Overhead athletes can be defined in a number of ways, but for our purposes, it is anyone who repetitively performs motions above their head, including throwers, swimmers, volleyball players or factory workers. These individuals have special needs with respect to shoulder health and dry needling can and should be an integral part of their overall maintenance and care program.
Many overhead athletes, including throwing athletes, racquet sports and club sports experience pain and dysfunction in their wrist, forearm, elbow and upper arm. Dry needling can be highly effective in treating conditions involving the arm, especially when they are chronic in nature. During this webinar, we will present specific strategies for dry needling common conditions of the arm for this population
Anterior knee pain is extremely common in active individuals of all ages. Here, you will learn common causes of anterior knee pain and how to successfully treat knee pain with both a local and global approach.