Webinars & ELearning
Focused review and practice of CRAFTA techniques limited to 10 participants
The Scientific Basis. This webinar features the same videos as in the Dry Needling 1: Foundations I course. This course is open to all DN and MTT students.
The Scientific Basis. This webinar features the same videos as in the Dry Needling 2: Foundations II course. This course is open to all DN and MTT students.
The Scientific Basis. Unlike DN1 & DN2 Webinars, DN3 Webinar is not pre-course material for the Dry Needling 3: Advanced course. This webinar is pre-course material for the Mastery and Update course and can provide 4 hours towards DN theoretical hours for Maryland.
State-of-the-Art 2021 - The Scientific Basis (most recent update). In this online review, Jan Dommerholt explores the most pertinent literature on myofascial pain and dry needling.
Intramuscular electrical stimulation (IMES) is increasingly used in clinical practice to modify or enhance the effects of needling interventions. Yet, no published guidelines exist to assist clinicians in their clinical reasoning for selecting stimulation parameters or determining adequate dosage for the use of IMES for any musculoskeletal condition. This online course will teach clinicians how to safely and effectively implement IMES into practice based on the most recent scientific evidence.