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Dry Needling Courses

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Precise Points Dry Needling Courses have been developed for the practicing manual therapist including GP’s, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths and Remedial Massage Therapists.

Precise Points Dry Needling has been developed to allow practitioners to apply a variety of styles and needling techniques that are governed by approaching the treatment of each individual client as an individual. The course will allow the participant to confidently diagnose and treat the client with an arsenal of techniques that will not be limited to just one style.

Precise Points Dry Needling Courses are infused with a strong background in osseous, muscular and neuroanatomy, combined with a physiological understanding of dysfunction.

The cornerstone of any form of manual therapy is a strong grasp on the anatomy and physiology of the body to diagnose dysfunction. Precise Points Dry Needling Courses uses these fundamental principles to build a framework in which the practitioner can confidently administer needling in the most effective and comfortable way for the client.

Precise Points Dry Needling Courses encourages forward thinking of Dry Needling. Through this the practitioner’s skills over the L1 and L2 courses will evolve to being able to confidently and competently needle areas where hesitation about anatomy or preconceived ideas of dysfunction have prohibited, or limited treatment possibilities.

The course will enable the practitioner, through a comprehensive analysis of the anatomy and physiology that underpins Dry Needling and all forms of manual therapy, to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal pain, structural dysfunction, acute and chronic conditions, and more obscure clinical presentations.

The foundation of all techniques taught in the Precise Points Dry Needling course is a fundamental understanding of what is being treated, why it is being treated, how the techniques used can benefit the condition, and how best to administer the chosen techniques.

The Precise Points Dry Needling Course systematically approaches these questions using an anatomical and neurophysiological approach to tissue dysfunction and pain. This is combined with techniques that are fundamental to the GP, Physiotherapist, Chiropractor, Osteopath and Remedial Massage Therapists. 

The Precise Point Dry Needling Course prides itself on being straight to the point, so that no time is wasted on things that cannot be of benefit within the clinical setting.

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