Start date
08 February, 2020
End date
16 February, 2020
Date note
Level 1 February 8& 9 and Level 2 February 15 &16,2019

The Certification Model is a 4 day course with a combination of Peripheral Pain Pathway Model 1 (2 days) and Peripheral Radicular Pain Model 2 (2 days) & has a total credit or CEU’s of 40 HRS which consists of 8 HRS Pre Reading and 32 HRS of practical lab session.

The Functional Integrated Dry Needling Institute is a teaching institute based in Scotland, United Kingdom for Healthcare Professionals with over a Decade year history of providing Post Professional Continuing Education Seminars, Certification Programs, Diplomas in Pain Management, Functional Rehabilitation, and Sports Rehabilitation.

The mission of the FIDN Institute is to provide the highest quality integrated Post Professional Dry Needling education in Pain Management, Functional Rehabilitation & Sports Rehabilitation. The Institute’s programs aim to develop a competent and autonomous professional capable of diagnosing and caring for patients with Neuro-Musculoskeletal Dysfunction. 

The Institute serves to support, encourage and facilitate the pursuit of excellence in Musculoskeletal, Sports & Orthopedic patient care by advancing the skills and intellectual competency of the clinician and by encouraging and requiring clinically relevant research.

Pre-requisites

Current registration as a Registered Physical Therapist. Proof of registration/license will be required. 

Course Accreditation: As of 6th August,2019 CPTBC has short-term moratorium on accepting new dryneedling roster application until the policy review is completed. So we are postponing the course in February as we dont want students to not practice and forget what is taught. Previously students could directly apply for dry needling roster after completing the course. 

  • This course will meet all of the CPTBC College practice standards set out under the self-declaration model for Physiotherapists practicing acupuncture/dry needling in BC. In order to register, participants are required to have a minimum of 1200 practice hours over a five year period. Proof of a current/active Physiotherapist license will be required.

  • All course participants must pass both a theoretical and practical exam on this course and demonstrate safety and competency with the dry needling technique in order to receive a certificate of completion and begin implementing this tool into daily practice. All candidate must pass the practical and theoretical exam. Further, as per the CPTBC college guidelines, participants must submit a self-declaration to the college upon completion of this course in order to be put on to the dry needling roster. Further details regarding this can be found on the CPTBC webpage under college practice standards (see the link below).

  • http://cptbc.org/physical-therapists/acupunture-andor-dry-needling-roster/

  • http://cptbc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Practice-Standard-10-Acupuncture-Dry-Needling-for-Physical-Therapists_Issued-July-18-2015.pdf

All the Courses of FIDN Ltd are accredited by STA (UK)

You can do Level 1 and start practicing dry needling according to CPTBC requirement. We encourage students to take Level 2.

 Peripheral Pain Pathway Model

(Module-1)

Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module-1)is a two day course and has a total credit or CEU's of 20 HRS which consists of 4 HRS Pre Reading and 16 HRS of practical lab session.

PRE STUDY MATERIAL

  • What is dry needling?

  • Introduction, Past studies & History of dry needling.

  • Different Models of dry needling along with current research work. e Introduction, Types & Classification of pain.

  • What is functional integrated dry needling & when it is used?

  • Anatomy of muscles & Areas of palpation.

COURSE DETAILS & ITINERARY

DAY 1

9:00 am to 10:30 am

Needle Safety & Infection Control, OSHA Standard. e APTA, ASAP Guidelines for safe dry needling.

  • Structure of Vitality ( Neurophysiology)

(1)       Optical effects

(2)       Segmental Analgesic effects

(3)       Opioids mechanism

(4)       Non Opioids mechanism

(5)       Nerve Fixation

(6)       Descending Inhibitory Pain Control Matrix

(7)       Biochemical Modulation

(8)       Pain gate mechanism

(9)       Antidote Effect

  • Contraindications & Indications of dry needling.
  • Adverse effects, Precautions& Limitations of dry needling. e Self Practice & Understanding various sizes of needles.
  • Segments & Guidelines of Needle Manipulation.

10:30 am to 12:00 noon

The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands, tendons & its

functional areas of the lower limb & face will be explained in detail with the practical sessions: (1) Hip

(A)      Gluteus Maximus

(B)      Gluteus Medius

(C)      Gluteus Minimus

(D)      Iliotibial (IT) Band

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm Lunch

1:00 pm to 3:30 pm (2) Knee

(A)      Popliteus

(B)      Gastrocnemius

(C)      Tibalis Anterior

(D)      Soleus

(E)       Osteoarthritis of knee joint

(3)       Ankle

(A)     Extensor Hallucis Brevis

(B)      Extensor Hallucis Longus

3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

(4)       Face

(A)      Frontalis

(B)      Zygomatic

(C)      Corrugator Supercili

DAY 2

9:00 am to 11:00 am

The Functional integrated approach of needling of Low Back Pain will be explained in details with

the practical sessions:

(1)       Spine (Lumbar)

(A)     Multifidus (Lumbar & Thoracic)

(B)      Paraspinal Muscle

(C)      Sciatic Nerve with Common Peroneal Nerve flow.

11:00 am to 12:00 noon

The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, tendons & its functional

areas of the upper limb, cervical & thoracic trunk will be explained in detail with the practical

sessions:

(2)       Cervical

(A)     Semispinalis Capitis

(B)      Sternocleidomastoid

(C)      Upper Trapezius 12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Arm

Biceps Coracobrachialis Triceps

Shoulder Deltoid Supraspinatus Infraspinatus

Wrist And Hand Abductor Pollicis Brevis Palmaris Brevis Abductor Digitiminimi

3:30 pm to 4:45 pm

Forearm Brachioradialis

Flexor group: Pronator Teres Flexor carpi Radialis Flexor carpi Ulnaris Palmaris Longus

Extensor Group:

Extensorcarpi Ulnaris Extensor Digitorum of Hand Extensor carpi Radialis Longus Extensor carpi Radialis Brevis

4:45 pm To 5 pm

Exam Theory & Practical 

Peripheral Radicular Pain Model

(Module-2)

Peripheral Radicular Pain Model (Module-2) is a two day course and has a total credit or CEU's of 20 HRS which consists of 4 HRS Pre Reading and 16 HRS of practical lab session.

PRE STUDY MATERIAL

Interpretation of muscle referred pain.

  • The neural anatomy.

  •  

  • Understanding peripheral nerve flow.

  • Evidence based practice and research support for dry needling. Anatomy of muscles & Areas of palpation

COURSE DETAILS & ITINERARY

DAY 1

9:00 am to 11:00 am

(A)     Hip

  1. Piriformis

  2. TFL

  3. Sartorius

  4. Rectus Femoris

  5. Vastus medialis

  6. VastusLateralis

11:00 am to 12:00 noon

The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands and tendons & its functional areas of the lower limb, shoulder & upper limb will be explained in detail with the practical sessions:

(B) Knee

  1. Semitendinosis

  2. Semimembranosis

  3. Biceps Femoris

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm Lunch 

1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

(C) Shoulder

(1)       Serratus Anterior

(2)       Teres Major

(3)       Tere Minor

(4)       Middle Trapezius

(5)       Lower Trapezius

(6)       Serratus Inferior

3:30 pm to 5:00 pm (D) Flexor group:

(1) Supinator

(2) Flexor Policis Longus

(3) Flexor DigitorumProfundus

(4) Pronator Quadratus

(E)      Extensor Group:

(1)       Extensor DigitiMinimi

(2)       Extensor Policis Longus

(3)       Abductor Policis Brevis

(4)       Extensor Indicis

(F)       Wrist And Hand

(G)     Abductor Policis Brevis

(H)      Palmaris Brevis

(I)        Abductor Digitiminimi

(J)        Flexor Policis Brevis

DAY 2

9:00 am to 12:00 noon

The Functional integrated approach of needling upper limb & lower limb nerve pain pathways will be explained in details with the practical sessions:

(1) Upper limb Nerve Pain Pathway

(a)        Median Nerve

(b)       Radial Nerve

(c)        Ulnar Nerve

(d)       Musculocutaneous Nerve

(e)        Axillary Nerve

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm Lunch

1:00 pm to 4:30 pm

(1)       Lower limb Nerve Pain Pathway

(a)        Sciatic with Tibial Nerve

(b)       Obturator Nerve

(c)        Femoral nerve

(2)       Achilles Tendinitis

4:30 pm To 5 pm Exam Theory & Practical

For more discounts please contact the Organizer Deepika Sawant via email : deepikaphysiotherapist@gmail.com or cell : 604-889-5174

Early bird discounts last until Aug 31, 2019 

Type
Other
Event Cost
Early bird each Level 1 & 2 - 850plus tax and fee , Combo level 1& 2 1600 plus gst and event brite fee, general ticket level 1& 2 -1000 plus tax fee and combo 1900 plus tax and fees
Format
In person
Location

West Coast Massage Therapy College
613 Columbia Street
New Westminster BC V3M 1A7
Canada

Posting expiry date
This course is not provided through PABC. If you have any questions, please contact the private organizer.