Treatment Protocols for Lower Axial, Appendicular and Junctional Zones© is one of the advanced courses in the Haynes Method of Neuromuscular Dry Needling® that outlines the advanced protocols that build upon the principals taught in HMDN1. HMDN1 must be completed before registering for HMDN3. HMDN3 Lower focuses on the advanced protocols that apply to the lower axial, appendicular and junctional zones and their application to a variety of common conditions, functional impairments and diagnoses. Critical to competence and confidence with dry needling will be functional surface anatomy palpation labs and practical dry needling labs in each body region. At the conclusion of day 3 of the course there will be a written and lab practical examination which must be passed to demonstrate competence in Lower AAJZ Treatment Protocols and will lead to a certification in Haynes Method of Neuromuscular Dry Needling™. Upon successful completion of the course the participant will have the skills in place to return to clinic the next day and implement the dry needling concepts and advanced protocols that were taught during the course.
This activity has been approved by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 24 CCUs for PTs and PTAs.