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Fundamentals of Neuromuscular Dry Needling: Level 1


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Faculty:
Joe Miller
Duration:
25 hours
Media Type:
Live Event
Location:
Denver, Colorado (Multiple Locations Available)
Available Dates:

Fri, Jan 25, 2019 - 08:00a to Sun, Jan 27, 2019 - 04:00p MST - Denver, Colorado

Description

Fundamentals of Neuromuscular Dry Needling: Level 1

An Evidence Based Multi-Systemic Approach to Current Best Practices in Dry Needling


This is part one of the MMIM Neuromuscular Dry Needling Certification. Following successful completion of all required elements practitioners will be credentialed with the MMDN-1 designation. Medical Minds in Motion is not a board authority; therefore, it is up to the individual attendee to verify if they are allowed to use Dry Needling in their state.   This MMIM certification does not release the practitioner from state specific board requirements. It is the responsibility of the individual clinician to understand their regulatory board rules and guidelines regarding Dry Needling before implementing learned techniques and guidelines into his/her practice. 

 

THIS COURSE IS LIMITED TO 24 PARTICIPANTS. 

MMIM strives to achieve a 12:1 student to teacher ratio for this course. As a result there may be multiple instructors for your location. 

 

TUITION & GROUP DISCOUNTS

Number of Students            *Early-Rate       Standard-Rate

Single Registrant:                    $945                  $995

2-4 Registrants:                       $920                  $970

5+ Registrants:                        $895                  $945

*Early-Rate expires 30 days prior to the course NO EXCEPTIONS.  All group registrations must be made via phone or fax to receive the group discount.  Phone: 1-888-989-MMIM (6646) or Fax: 201-266-5356

 


CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

• Complete the 3 Hour Pre-course online content

​• Complete the 25 Hours of Live, Hands-on Training

• Pass the written test and lab assessment: Must have 75% score on each test and demonstrate proper safety at all times

• Designation: Level 1 – “MMDN-1”


 

DESCRIPTION

Dry Needling is a rapidly growing, skilled intervention using a thin myofilament needle as part of a patient’s treatment plan. It has been shown to help with the management of various movement impairments and pain reduction through various neuromuscular pathways.  By inserting uniquely designed thin needles, clinicians can gain access to tissue that they simply can’t address with their hands.  The American Physical Therapist Association has recognized Dry Needling as an appropriate method of treatment for Physical Therapists to utilize and currently is approved by a large number of state regulatory boards.   This course is open to Physical Therapy professionals licensed  in states where Dry Needling is an accepted form of practice as determined by your regulatory board.

 

In this extensive introduction to dry needling, you will learn a safe and best practice approach based on the most current available evidence, pain science and clinical expertise available.  During the three days, you will learn various philosophical approaches to dry needling and how each of these relates to patient care.  During Level 1, attendees will gain extensive knowledge in the background of Dry Needing and fundamental techniques for various body parts along with common treatment plan options.  This lab-intensive course will emphasize anatomy, palpation and proper assessment to determine the need for utilizing dry needling.  Not only will you leave this course with solid mechanics of DN, but you’ll gain knowledge of how to integrate learned techniques into your treatment sessions. Finally, you will gain a full understanding of how to best combine DN with other tools such as IASTM, Manual Therapy and progressive exercise/tissue loading designed to help you develop a comprehensive treatment plan for improved patient outcomes.

 


OBJECTIVES:

  1. Explain the state board position on Dry Needling for the states in which you are licensed.
  2. Critically appraise the current research on dry needling and its application to patients with neuromuscular dysfunction.
  3. Recite 6 important anatomical landmarks of the upper extremity, lower extremity and the spine that are critical to safe and effective when dry needling patients with pain and mobility dysfunction.
  4. Describe 3 different models of dry needling such as trigger point, neuro and impairment based models to treat patients with neuromuscular dysfunction.
  5. Demonstrate safe needle insertion and handling techniques for the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine.
  6. Describe needling techniques and the rationale for their use in the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine.
  7. Competently perform dry needling techniques for proper needle depth, angulation and advanced techniques for needle manipulation to 30 structures or clinical cases of the upper extremity, lower extremity, and spine as listed in the course outline.
  8. Explain the rationale for implementing electrical stimulation in combination to dry needling for patients with shoulder pain, knee pain, and idiopathic lumbar pain.
  9. Recite and explain the 10 contraindications and precautions when treating patients utilizing dry needling techniques.
  10. Implement an integrative plan of care, given the findings of case studies, for shoulder, elbow, wrist/hand, hip, knee, foot and lumbar pain.

 


COURSE SCHEDULE

     Day 1: 8am to 5:30pm

     Day 2: 8am to 5:15pm

     Day 3: 8am to 4:30pm

 


ONLINE COURSE OUTLINE

3 Hours Online Education

 

Online Pre-Course Content (Released 30 Days Prior to Seminar)

  1. Introduction to Dry Needling (1.5 Hours)
  • History and Legal/Board Rulings in the US
  • Needling as Part of the therapy program
  1. Evidence Based Research Review (1.5 Hours)
  • FSBPT Paper
  • APTA White Paper
  • 5 Dry Needling Research papers

 

LIVE COURSE OUTLINE

25 Hours Live Education

 

Section 1: Background/Theories - Day 1: 8:00 - 2:30

  1. Introduction to Dry Needling and Review of Online Content (8-8:30)
  1. Evidence Review of Dry Needling (8:30-9:30)
  • Define EBM-three pillars and integration
  • What the best available evidence says
  • Critical Appraisal of the available evidence and its relationship to treatment
  1. Needle Safety, Needle Handling, OSHA and General Precautions (9:30-11:15)
  • Infection Control and Disposal of Needles
  • Contraindications and Precautions
  • Proper/safe use of DN
  • Needle insertion technique and Practice
  1. Introduction to Techniques (11:15-12:45) (Day 1: Break for Lunch -12:45-1:30)
  • Indications for needling use
  • Clinical reasoning for technique
  • Superficial static
  • Deep static
  • Needle manipulation: Positioning and Twisting
  • Electrical Stimulation Needling
  1. Introduction and Review of Recent Advances of Pain Science (1:30-2:00)
  • Neurophysiology of Dry Needling
  • Mechanical changes of Dry Needling
  1. Differentiating Between Dry Needling Theories (2:00-2:30)
  • Gunn, Ma and Travel/Simon Theories
  • Combining theories for best practice

 

Section 2: Upper Quarter - Day 1: 2:30-5:30 and Day 2: 8:00-12:30 (Day 2: Break for Lunch-12:30-1:15)

  1. Anatomy and Palpation Review of the Upper Quarter
  2. Technique Demonstrations and LABS
  • Upper Trapezius
  • Anterior Deltoid, Posterior Deltoid and Infraspinatus
  • Upper Arm – Biceps Brachii and Triceps
  • Pec Major
  • Latissimus Dorsi
  • Wrist Extensors and Wrist flexor
  • Supinator
  1. Treatment Plans/Case Studies
  • Shoulder Impingement/Rotator Cuff
  • Elbow Pain
  • Thumb Pain

Section 3: Lower Quarter - Day 2: 1:15-5:15 and Day 3: 8:00-11:00

  1. Anatomy and Palpation Review of the Lower Quarter
  2. Technique Demonstrations and LABS:
  • Glute Max, Med, Min
  • Quadriceps (lateral quad, VM/VMO,)
  • Hamstrings
  • Gastroc and Soleus
  • Adductor Group and Gracilis
  1. Treatment Plans/Case Studies
  • Patellar Femoral Syndrome
  • Achilles Tendinopathy
  • Hip Impingement

Section 4: Lumbar Spine - 11:00-3:00 (Day 3: Break for Lunch - 12:30-1:15)

  1. Anatomy and Palpation Review of the Lumbar Spine
  2. Technique Demonstrations and LABS:
  • Lumbar Spine Multifidi
  • Paraspinals
  • Quadratus Lumborum
  1. Mechanical low back pain treatment plan/Case Studies

Section 5: Review and Competency Exam (3:00-4:30)

  • Course Review/Questions/Discussion
  • The “Economy of Dry Needling”
  • Lab Competency Exam
  • Written Exam to be completed online

MMIM Neuromuscular Dry Needling: Policies and Procedures

Fundamentals of Neuromuscular Dry Needling Level 1

Section 1: Who Can Attend?

  • Primarily licensed Physical Therapists but open to any professional who is allowed to Dry Needle by their state board.  Medical Minds in Motion is not a board authority; therefore, it is up to the individual attendee to verify if they are allowed to use Dry Needling in their state.  Medical Minds will provide resources to help attendees find the appropriate information, but strongly suggests individuals call their state board to clarify rules and requirements.
  • MMIM Will verify licensure of all registered participants.  Practice license information must be provided at registration.

Section 2: Course Progression to Full Certification

  • Medical Minds in Motion will offer two levels of Dry Needling Education equaling 50 hours of live education.  Some pre-course reading/online education will be required, but the 50 hours of live education will satisfy most state board education requirements. It is the responsibility of the individual clinician to understand their regulatory board rules and guidelines.
  • Participants must complete Level 1 prior to taking Level 2 and are required to have completed 200 treatment sessions prior to the start of level 2 (a treatment log is required).  If you have previous needling experience and would like to just take Level 2 please contact Rick Daigle at Medical Minds in Motion and we’ll determine on a case by case basis.  Email: Rick@medicalmindsinmotion.com

Section 3: Certification Requirements

Level 1 Certification:

  • Successful completion of all 25 live hours and pre-course material
  • Pass the written test and lab assessment: Must have 75% score on each test and demonstrate proper safety at all times
  • Designation: Level 1 – “MMDN-1”

Section 4: Post-Course Access to Instructors/Information

  • All attendees will receive the instructor and lab assistants direct email address for communication and mentorship
  • All attendees will receive an invitation to a private group on FB for discussion and collaboration between instructors and other participants.
  • Attendees will receive periodic updates on course content and any important news regarding dry needling

Section 5: Course Materials

  • Pre-Course content, course manual and any other associated documents will be provided 30 days prior to the seminar
  • All necessary course materials (needles, gloves, etc.) will be provided at the seminar
  • It is recommended that individuals bring the following items with them to the seminar
    • Anatomy Atlas of their choice (Trail Guide for the Body is one example)
    • Anatomy App for smart phone or tablet of your choice
    • If you have a latex allergy, bring latex free gloves though we will have some
    • Portable electric stim unit with alligator clips though we will have a limited amount at the course.

Section 6: Waivers and Consent

  • All participants will be required to consent to and sign a waiver of liability form in order to participate.
  • It is important that the course participants gain a full understanding of DN from both the clinician and patient point of view.  With this in mind, participants will be both practicing the techniques and experiencing them during the live portion.  If there is a reason you cannot have needling performed on you, please contact MMIM prior to the course.
    • Women who are pregnant will not be allowed to have needling performed on them due to contraindications.  You will still be allowed to take the course, just not experience the needling techniques.
    • Any individuals with recent surgical procedures or any other medical issues that precludes them from being needled please notify us prior to the class.
    • Any other circumstances where dry needling is contraindicated.
    • Attendees will be provided a sample “Consent to Treat” form at the end of the course that they can use in their clinical practice.

 

 

 

CE Credits

State Approvals in Process:

This course has been submitted to the following state board(s) for approval, 25.0 contact hours

Maryland Board of Physical Therapy Examiners submitted 10/8/2018
Oklahoma Board of Physical Therapy, submitted 10/25, course 201912685, next Board Meeting is in December
Tennessee Physical Therapy Association submitted 10/2
ProCert (AptiTude) FSBPT​
Nevada Board of Physical Therapy Examiners mailed 10/25/18​

We strive to update state approvals with in 24 hours of notification however, you may also contact our CE department at ce@medicalmindsinmotion.com for the latest approval information. Please Note: It is not uncommon for approvals to be received after the course date for certain states but we guarantee approval with your registration. We are so confident in our courses that If for some reason the course was denied approval by the submitted board we would refund your course tuition and provide you with a credit to attend a future approved course. 

If your state is not listed above in our State Approvals in Process list simply scroll to see your state or board's specific approval information below. If you do not see your state listed in either place please contact our CE department at ce@medicalmindsinmotion.com to request approval prior to the course date!   


Alabama Physical Therapy This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education for the Alabama Board of Physical Therapy. This course is approved by virtue of approval by another physical therapy state licensing board or chapter and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy approval# for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours).
Alaska Physical Therapy

According to statutes and regulations of the Alaska Physical Therapy Board, Physical Therapy License Renewal and Continuing Competency Requirements, Section 12 AAC 54.420 (D), courses approved by other state physical licensing boards are accepted as continuing education. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours).


Arizona Physical Therapy

This course abides by regulatory guidelines of the Arizona Physical Therapy Continuing Competence Requirements and qualifies for 25.0 Category A CEUs. This course has been approved by Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours).


Colorado Physical Therapy This course qualifies for 25.0 PDAs, Category 1. This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education in Colorado for Physical Therapists pursuant to section 12-41-114.6, C.R.S.
Connecticut Physical Therapy This course abides by regulatory guidelines for Continuing Education for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants in Connecticut and qualifies for 25.0 hours.
Delaware Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for Continuing Education in Delaware. This seminar is approved by virtue of approval of another State Licensing Board and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours).
Georgia Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for Continuing Education in Georgia. This seminar is approved by virtue of approval of another State Licensing Board or Chapter and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours).
Idaho Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education, Idaho Administrative Code IDAPA 24.13.01 Rules Governing the Physical Therapy Licensing Board. Section 250, subsection, 07, this course is approved by virtue of approval of another state licensing board or Chapter and qualifies for 25.0 hours. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours), approval .
Illinois Physical Therapy Medical Minds in Motion is a Registered Physical Therapy Continuing Education Sponsor through the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Division of Professional Regulation, license #  216.000273 valid until 9/30/2020. This course qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education. 
Indiana Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for Continuing Education in Indiana. This seminar is approved by virtue of approval of another State Licensing Board or Chapter and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours) approval .
Iowa Physical Therapy The Bureau of Professional Licensure does not pre-approve continuing education providers, sponsors or individual programs. It is the licensees' responsibility to determine if the continuing education program they attend meets the requirements of their professional licensure board. The course qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education.
Louisiana Physical Therapy This course has been approved by the Louisiana Board of Physical Therapy for 25.0 hours Clinical, approval expires 12/31/2019.
Maine Physical Therapy This course meets continuing education guidelines established by the state of Maine for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education.
Mississippi Physical Therapy This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi State Board of Physical Therapy for 25.0 hours clinical continuing competence units (CCU) as certified activities for license renewal purposes for Physical Therapists and Assistants.
Montana Physical Therapy The seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for Continuing Education for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants, rule 24.177.2105 and qualifies for 25.0 CEUs.
Montana Physical Therapy Dry Needling

The seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for Continuing Education for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants, rule 24.177.413 and qualifies for 25.0 CEUs.


Nebraska Physical Therapy The seminar abides by regulatory guidelines of the Nebraska Board of Physical Therapy and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education.
New Hampshire Physical Therapy The seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education according to Physical Therapy Law RSA 328-A and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education.
New Mexico Physical Therapy The New Mexico Board will automatically approve any seminar that has been approved by another Physical Therapy Board. This seminar has been approved by Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 25.0 hours.
North Carolina Physical Therapy

According to North Carolina Board rule 21 NCAC 48G. 0108 (c), courses approved by State Chapters of the APTA or FSBPT are approved by the NCBPTE by virtue of that approval. This course qualifies for 25.0 hours, this course has been approved by Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy, approval .


North Dakota Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for Continuing Education in North Dakota and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants.
Rhode Island Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines of your board and is approved by virtue of being approved by another state licensing board or chapter and qualifies for 25.0 hours. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours).
South Carolina Physical Therapy This course abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education, rule 101-07, and qualifies for 25.0 contact hours continuing education for Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants.
Texas Physical Therapy Provider

This activity is provided by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners Accredited Provider 2111048TX and meets continuing competence requirements for physical therapist and physical therapist assistant licensure renewal in Texas. This course is approved for 25.0 CCUs.  The accredited provider number serves as Course Approval Number. The assignment of Texas PT CCUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by TPTA or TBPTE. 


Utah Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines for continuing education according to rules and regulations of the Utah Board of Physical Therapy, rule R156-24b and qualifies for 25.0 contact hours.
Virginia Physical Therapy This course abides by regulatory guidelines of the Virginia Board of Physical Therapy and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education, by virtue of approval of another state licensing board or chapter. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapy for 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours) approval .
Wisconsin Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines according to the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Examining Board, Chapter PT 9.04, and qualifies for 25.0 hours continuing education.
Wyoming Physical Therapy This seminar abides by regulatory guidelines of your board and is approved by virtue of being approved by another state licensing board and qualifies for 25.0 hours. This seminar has been approved by the Mississippi Board of Physical Therapyfor 2.5 CEUs (25.0 hours) .

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Faculty

Joe Miller Related seminars and products: 2

DSc, DPT, OCS, SCS


Joe Miller, DSc, DPT, OCS, SCS was raised in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. He has been active in sports most of his life and participated in Semi-Professional Football and College DII Soccer. He is also an avid hiker, runner, and ultra-marathoner. Dr. Miller spent 5 1/2 years in the United States Marine Corp after High School. Dr. Miller received his Bachelor's degree in Exercise and Sports Science with a minor in Biology from Southwest Texas State University. Dr. Miller was accepted into the Army-Baylor Physical Therapy Program and joined the United States Army in 2001. He graduated in 2003 with his Master of Science in Physical Therapy. In 2006, he received his transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Temple University. He attended the Army-Baylor Doctoral and Residency Program in Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation at the United States Military Academy. He graduated in 2011 with his Doctor of Science in Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation as well as completed the American Physical Therapy Association Residency Program in Sports Rehabilitation.

Dr. Miller holds clinical certifications from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in both Orthopedic and Sports Rehab. Additionally, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Dr. Miller is Functional Movement Systems Level I certified, Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certified and Advanced, Full Integrative Dry Needling Certified, a Kinesiotape Certified Practitioner, Graston Certified, and has over 250 hours of continuing education in various manual therapy techniques. Dr. Miller is certified in TRX Sports Medicine and the Rip Trainer. Other skills include running and weight-lifting form assessment.


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Provisions

Course materials (needles, gloves, etc.) will be provided at the seminar

It is recommended that individuals bring the following items with them to the seminar​

  • Anatomy Atlas of their choice (Trail Guide for the Body is one example)
  • Anatomy App for smart phone or tablet of your choice
  • Massage Table or portable treatment bed if the course is not being held at a Private PT clinic
  • We will have gloves on hand but If you have a latex allergy, please bring your own to ensure you are not unnecessarily exposed to an allergen 
  • Portable electric stim unit with alligator clips though we will have a limited amount at the course.

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Location

Holiday Inn Denver East - Stapleton

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3333 Quebec Street, Denver, Colorado 80207, United States
(303) 321-3500
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