Functional Integrated Acupuncture Certificate Program,
Course ID: 63687 $5795.00 Canadian
CE Hours: 200 include the following: Online learning 13 hours, In class lecture 8 hours, In class practical 44 hours, Self-Study assignments 129 hours, Assessment 6 hours. Module 1: Traditional Chinese Medicine an online self-study module to be completed before the in class modules. Available September 11, 2017. Module 2: Acute and Chronic Pain Management (October 20-22, 2017), Module 3: Sport Injury Management (November 10-12, 2017)
Functional Integrated Acupuncture: Acute and Chronic Pain Management . Course ID: 63683, $1600.00 Canadian
October 20-22, 2017
This stand alone program is open to Physiotherapists who are seeking certification as well as Chiropractors and Registered Massage Therapists already certified in acupuncture, as well as Physicians and Dentists.
The Functional Integrated Needling Pain Management Training Program helps participants develop the knowledge and clinical skills required to effectively assess and treat painful neuromuscular conditions using the FIN system. This program is designed to ensure that clinicians will have a clear understanding of how dry needling works to manage pain at the local and central nervous system levels.
This 3-day intensive training program will allow health care providers, without prior needling experience, to be able to safely and confidently insert needles for management of painful MSK conditions in all regions of the body. Some self-study pre-workshop learning is also required.
View the course brochure for more information.
Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
6100 Leslie Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Date & Time
October 20th, 2017 8am – 6 pm
October 21st, 2017 8am – 5:30pm
October 22nd, 2017 8am – 5:30pm
Why this training program?
Dr. Scappaticci, founder of the FIT Institute, has developed a unique, contemporary pain management approach using dry needling, called Functional Integrated Needling. The Functional Integrated Needling for Pain Management training program takes the best of various dry needling modalities and combines them with key lessons and findings derived from Dr. Scappaticci’s 20+ years of clinical experience in the management and treatment of chronic pain and sports injuries.
Participation in this training will allow health care providers, without prior needling experience, to be able to safely and confidently insert needles for management of painful MSK conditions in all regions of the body.