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Dry Needling/Medical Acupuncture Course (Level 3)
12th & 13th October 2024

Course Duration: 2 Days
Skill level: Advanced  - 14 CPD hours

Who this course is for:

  • Participants who have completed IMM Dry Needling/Medical Acupuncture Course (Level 1 & 2)

  • Clinical Massage/Sports Massage Therapists

  • Sports Therapists

  • Chiropractors/Students of Chiropractic 

  • Kinesiologists/Students of Kinesiology 

  • Physiotherapists/Students of Physiotherapy

  • Podiatrists/Students of Podiatry

  • Osteopaths/Students of Osteopathy

If your profession is not listed here, please contact us to discuss.

 

Course Description

This Acupuncture course will help learners to develop their skills in the best practices to use when needling each acu-point accurately. The course is held over 2 days. So, if you are interested in developing your practice in acupuncture and want to know where to locate over 100 acupuncture points. Then this course will teach you how to safely use these points and fully understand what common conditions they are used for.

Course Syllabus

The course is split into the following:

  • Ashi Points

  • The Meridians and Channels

  • The Upper/Lower limb Meridians

  • The Exterior causes of diseases

  • Moxibustion to clinical practice

  • Common MSK conditions and their treatments

  • Red Flags

  • The points:  Distal and Local

  • Acupressure - the non-specialist's alternative to acupuncture

Course Outline - Day 1

AM

The Upper Limb Meridians

For treatment of muscle and joint pain

Adverse effects

Clinical problems

Practical needling with guidance

Review

Triple Energizer and

Small Intestine Meridians

Adverse effects

Clinical problems

Needling practiced in class by practitioners under supervision & continuous assessment

PM

Application of Moxibustion to clinical practice

Review

Heart/Pericardium meridians

For common muscle and joint pain

Adverse effects

Clinical problems

Needling practiced in class by practitioners under supervision & continuous assessment

 

Course Outline - Day 2

AM

Review

The lower limb Meridians 

For common muscle and joint pain

Adverse effects

Clinical problems

Practical needling with guidance

PM

Hua Tuo/Ashi Acupuncture points application in clinical practice

For common muscle and joint pain

Adverse effects

Clinical problems

Needling practiced in class by practitioners under supervision & continuous assessment

Notes:

  • During the practical class, participants are expected to administer and receive needling.

  • If you are pregnant and would like to discuss if you are able to attend, please contact us.

  • Participants are required to complete the 2-day workshop for attainment of CPD Certificate.

  • After completion of Integrated Manual Medicine Ltd (IMM) CPD courses.  Participants can get preferential rates for bespoke insurance cover with BGI.uk insurance for their Foyht Heath & Wellbeing sector.  Click here to complete the BGI Form.

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