This 27-hour live course will be supplemented with online modules strategically developed to maximize use of the three-day live course offering. DIN-2 is a case-driven, differential diagnosis course instructing participants on how to incorporate electrical & perineural needling within a patient-centered neuromusculoskeletal clinical presentation. Emphasis will be placed on how to treat the sensitized peripheral and central nervous systems. Participants will be exposed to current evidence-informed theoretical models that will reconcile physiological tissue responses with pain neuroscience as well as the implementation of electrical dynamic integrative needling coupled with instructional movement strategies for patient reinforcement.
ONLINE MODULES: To be announced.
*Online modules include built-in assessment. Participants must pass with a score of 75% or better to qualify for certification.*
A 100+ page manual is provided with all lectures and detailed needling intervention descriptions to participants at the course.
This course is currently being evaluated by the ProCert approval process for continuing education credit.