I have taken time this year to update Dry Needling general skills in order to be able to attend the long awaited “Dry Needling for Pelvic Pain” course at the end of June this year.
We all do a lot of professional development, but every now and then we do a course that really transforms our practice and enables us to offer something really exciting for management of a particular condition.
And so this was such a course.
Dr Jan Dammerholt, a highly regarded Physiotherapist and Dry Needling educator and practitioner, came over from America to give us insight into safe techniques for treating Pelvic Pain and Pelvic Floor problems, using Dry Needling techniques.
Dry Needling may not be for everyone, and for those that do not like the idea of treatment needles, then all the muscles can be treated with manual therapy techniques. However for those who are keen to try Dry Needling or who are desperately seeking answers to their pelvic muscle problems having tried many different things, Dry Needling provides a highly specific treatment for myofascial trigger points. If you are interested in finding out more, contact myself, Caroline Bender at any of the locations listed in the website.