A health care professional with the training at AQF level 5 or above or final year students who have completed all the biomedical subjects including musculo- skeletal anatomy.
Fine needling is a needling method by which filiform needles are inserted in to certain specific points in the body to induce neuro- humeral response. Fine needling is used in this method of treatment is different to that of Acupuncture where as in Acupuncture the therapist objective is to rectify the qi (vital energy) imbalance which causes disorders. Fine needling techniques can be effectively used in the treatment of muscular disorders, to enhance tissue repair and healing, to reduce muscle tension, and pain reduction.
Theories of fine needling
Contrasting fine needling with Acupuncture and ‘Marma’ points used in Ayurveda
Legal and health implication
Common disorders where Fine needling can be used.
Method of needle insertion
Fine needling for muscular headache
Needling on the face
Needling in neck and shoulder
Needling in the arms
Needling in the back
Needling in the legs
Up on completion of the course learners will have competencies to use fine needling therapy in the management of common musculo- skeletal disorders and to enhance tissue repair and pain reduction.
This has only one Module.
Dr Sarath Jayawardana
Time: 10am-5 pm
Dates: 30th June, 1st July, 2nd July 2017 (to be confirmed)
Venue: AIHM, 862, North Lake Rd, Cockburn Central
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