ATI Physical Therapy - Katy
Feb. 17 - 18, 2024
FDN Level 2 is an intermediate level course that builds upon the skill set developed in FDN Level 1. This course focuses on technical proficiency in foundational dry needling techniques in more complex regions of the body, expanding the skill set to bolster application in clinical practice. Musculature taught includes advanced spine, trunk and upper and lower quadrants.
Anatomy, safety, precautions, and psychomotor aspects of needling are reinforced alongside in-depth instruction in neurophysiology behind dry needling mechanisms and critical appraisal of current evidence. FDN Level 2 is a hybrid learning experience that integrates online learning prior to the lab-based weekend intensive.
After completing this course the participants will be able to:
Note on prerequisites for this course: In addition to prerequisite course, participants must submit a log of 100 dry needling sessions (the log must include four muscles). Or, participants may successfully complete the course, Functional Dry Needling: Clinical Integration.
*If you do not see your profession listed above please email [email protected] to discuss whether you might be able to take the course.
While EIM is an AOTA approved provider, these courses have not been submitted for AOTA approval and thus CEU credit would need to be requested by the individual learner at this time.
At this time, EIM’s functional dry needling content is not available to PTAs
FDN 2 provided a good refresher on form, technique, and palpation skills to be more precise with treatments of the more intricate muscles. I'll definitely utilize these new skills and knowledge to treat more "difficult" or stubborn areas.
I am amazed at the differences in outcomes when you're not just looking at the location of pain but rather the whole picture and the neuro component to provide the long term relief not just the short term.
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If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation, please contact us here. We will process requests for reasonable accommodation and will provide reasonable accommodations where appropriate, in a prompt and efficient manner. For more information please see the Accommodation Procedures for Participants with Disabilities.
For the safety of our participants and to ensure the best experience possible, we require pregnant participants bring a model to be needled by their partner for this course. Please reach out to [email protected] for additional information regarding our pregnancy policy.