NOTE: This course is co-sponsored with the Dry Needling Institute. The Dry Needling Institute will take registrations. The KAC will provide CEs for chiropractors.
This class requires 6-hours of online prep-work that MUST be completed prior to the in-person portion July 9, 2022.
Registration will absolutely close July 3, 2022 to allow docs time to complete the 6-hours of online class prior to the live, in-person course.
This course is split into 2 parts - 6 hours online and up to 12 hours in-person. The 6-hour online course must be completed prior to attending the in-person seminar. No more than 8 hours of CE can be obtained on any 1-day for the state of Kentucky.
Dry Needling Institute’s 18 hour certified training course results in immediate clinical applicability. Its purpose is to prepare health care professionals to utilize dry needling as a diagnostic and treatment modality.
This course is meant for practitioners who desire improved clinical outcomes, improved patient satisfaction and increased referrals.
Upon completion of this training the learner will:
Upon achieving these objectives the learner will be certified to deliver dry needling services safely and effectively to the public.
July 9, 2022: 8:00am - 5:00pm
July 10, 2022: 8:00am - 1:00pm
This course is approved by the KBCE for up to 12 CEs in-person. In-person course approval #: KBCE622.
The 6-hour online course is KBCE and PACE approved, PACE course #:59932; KBCE Online course approved number: KBCE205
Dr. David Fishkin, founder of the Dry Needling Institute, has built a reputation as an innovative, expert clinician and educator in the use of dry needling as a chiropractic and manual-medicine treatment modality, and is recognized by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA).
The Dry Needling Institute conducts intensive training that drills down to the most critical, practical applications for the front line practitioner. You’ll complete the course a competent, confident and certified practitioner.
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