Dry Needling Level 2
Dates: Oct 16th – 18th, 2020
Times: Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm; Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm; Sunday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Venue: Hampton Inn & Suites
Hotel: Hampton Inn & Suites
Overnight discounted room bloc information coming soon
We’re really raising the bar with these (and other) CMTW courses. Our myofascial pain & dysfunction classes aren’t poke-and-pray. They’re about assessing, palpating and thinking critically to get truly amazing results with as few needles as possible.
We’re really excited about Level 2. Here is where we really dive deep into complex, tricky, advanced needling techniques, including scalenes, deep cervical flexors, suboccipitals, pectoralis minor, serratus anterior (and not just the motor point – actually palpating and *safely* treating trigger points). This course is a jam-packed marathon that will leave you walking away with a bundle of new skills, techniques and confidence!
This is where we also really dive deep into how you can assess, then apply higher order clinical reasoning to get results with as few needles as possible. This is great for many reasons. For one, most of your patients will appreciate fewer insertions. Secondly, by targeting the root cause, from a myofascial standpoint, you can help prevent the patient’s complaint from repeatedly coming back in many cases!
Level two builds on what you learned in level one, including trigger point needling, periosteal pecking, palpation and assessment. Here, we continue to hone those skills and bring them to a new level! And lots and lots of outside the box stuff, including autonomic components, neurovascular compression and more! In my opinion, this course contains the most technical needling techniques out of the three, so bring your A-game.
Here’s a list of muscles that we will cover.
and lots of outside the box stuff, including autonomic components, neurovascular compression and more! In my opinion, this course contains the most technical needling techniques out of the three, so bring your A-game
- Anterior scalene
- Medial scalene
- Posterior scalene
- Longus coli
- Splenius capitis
- Splenius cervicis
- Semispinalis capitis
- Semispinalis cervicis
- Cervical multifidi & rotatores
- Pectoralis major
- Pectoralis minor
- Serratus anterior
- Teres minor
- Medial pterygoid
- Lateral pterygoid
- Extensors carpi radialis longus & brevis
- Extensor carpi ulnaris
- Extensor digitorum communis
- Extensor indicis
- Extensor pollicis longus & brevis
- Pronator quadratus
- Pronator teres
- Flexor carpi radialis
- Flexor carpi ulnaris
- Flexor digitorum longus & brevis
- Palmaris longus
- Intrinsic muscles of the hand
Matthew Reed, L.Ac., is President and co-founder of Chinese Medicine That Works, Ltd. He has taught/assisted with needling skills, EXSTORE®, electro-acupuncture, and motor point seminars. Matthew has studied dry needling techniques for five years and uses dry needling almost exclusively in his busy clinic. His practice focuses on Orthopedics and sports medicine, including Anthony Lombardi’s EXSTORE® system of assessment.
Adam French, L.Ac. graduated in 2003 and is a licensed acupuncturist practicing in Watertown, NY. Much to our benefit, Adam has assisted in several past motor point and needling skills seminars. He recently completed the neurofunctional acupuncture program at McMasters Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program covering, electro-acupuncture, neuroanatomy, and much more. In addition to that, he has completed Anthony’s EXSTORE®/EA seminar, and motor point seminars.
Seminar refund policy:
No refunds. A credit towards a live seminar will be given. Credit must be used within the same calendar year.