NAT Myofascial Trigger Point Course - Dry Needling
The fully illustrated course text covers the origin, etiology, and pathophysiology of the myofascial trigger point as well as indications and contraindications for myofascial trigger point dry needling.
Instructive illustrations support the text, along with standards and guidelines that ensure safe, effective, and appropriate application.
Completion of this course does not grant you a license to practice dry needling. Licensing requirements differ enormously depending on where you practice. You are responsible for adhering to the requirements in the territory where you practice.
About the Author
John Sharkey is an international authority on myofascial trigger points, myofascial pain, and myofascial trigger point dry needling, as well as an accredited clinical anatomist. John draws on his thirty years of experience in bodywork and movement therapy to offer this ideal accompaniment to course notes and the perfect table-side reference guide.
Concise Book of Dry Needling
Full colour illustrations
Easy "Quick Reference" format
This text can be ordered in hard copy - please select "Print Edition" above, if you wish to receive a hard copy of the text.
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|Online Exams and Certification||
Online Exam comprising multiple choice questions
NAT Certification - For more information click here
See table below for other CEU accreditations
Exam does not need to be completed in any one sitting. You may save your answers as you go along and return to continue at any time - internet connection required
Massage and Manual Therapists, Physical Therapists, PTA's
|Massage Therapists (MMA - formerly AAMT)||10 CPE|
|Massage Therapists (RMTA - Alberta)||2.5 CEC's|
Note: If you are unsure that the new skills taught in this course are within your scope of practice, please check with your local licensing board.
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