Course curriculum

  • 1

    Dry needling for Recovery and Regeneration

    • Introduction from Sue

    • How to use this course

    • Introduction to recovery and regeneration

    • Before we begin we would like to ask you a few questions.

  • 2

    Dry needling for recovery and regeneration- How did we get here?

    • Disclaimer

    • Dry needling for recovery and regeneration

    • Downloadable transcript used to follow along with the following video

    • Why do we need DN for recovery?

    • Reading: Overtraining syndrome: a practical guide.

  • 3

    Why Dry Needle for Recovery?

    • Why we dry needle for recovery?

    • Downloadable transcript used to follow along with the following video

    • Why dry needle for recovery?

    • Reading: Acupuncture Effect and Central Autonomic Regulation.

    • Why do we dry needle for recovery

  • 4

    How do we Dry Needle for Recovery?

    • How do we dry needle for recovery?

    • Downloadable transcript used to follow along with the following video

    • How do we dry needle for recovery?

    • Reading: Effect of acupuncture 'dose' on modulation of the default mode network of the brain.

  • 5

    What do we Dry Needle?

    • What do we needle?

    • Downloadable transcript used to follow along with the following video

    • What do we Dry Needle for Recovery and Regeneration?

    • Reading: The Lumbodorsal Fascia as a Potential Source of Low Back Pain: A Narrative Review.

  • 6

    Conclusions

    • Conclusions

    • Downloadable transcript used to follow along with the following video

    • Conclusions

    • Before you go...

    • Recovery and Regeneration Learning Quiz

  • 7

    Supplementary Materials

    • Course Completion Message

    • Thank You!

    • Live Q&A done surrounding the course to you to enhance your understanding of the overall topic

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excellent work on simplifying complex data to help the clinician with their clinical reasoning.

excellent work on simplifying complex data to help the clinician with their clinical reasoning.

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Recovery

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