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Functional Integrated Needling, Sports Injury Management – College Station, Texas – July 23 – 25, 2017

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Course Overview

The Sports Injury Management Training Program helps participants develop the knowledge and clinical skills required to effectively assess and treat common, challenging and difficult to treat sports injuries. This program reviews detailed functional anatomy and the pathomechanics of common sports injuries and is designed to ensure that clinicians are able to deploy unique needling techniques to manage complicated sports injuries.

This 3-day intensive program is designed for participants with prior needling experience or who have completed the FIN Pain Management Training. This program includes a review of functional biomechanics and includes integrated dry needling and soft tissue treatment techniques. Some self-study pre-workshop learning is also required.

View the course brochure for more information.

Location

West Campus Athletic Training Room
Texas A&M University
832-998 Olsen Blvd.
College Station, Texas, 77843

Date & Time

Sunday, July 23rd, 2017     8:30am to 5pm
Monday, July 24th, 2017   9:00am to 5pm
Tuesday, July 25th, 2017   9:00am to 5pm

Why this training program?

Dr. Scappaticci, founder of The FIT Institute, has developed a unique and highly effective sports injury management system using dry needling called Functional Integrated Needling for Sports Injury Management. Built on

his clinical experience managing sports injuries for professional and Olympic athletes, Functional Integrated Needling for Sports Injury Management integrates the best of various dry needling modalities with key lessons and insights derived from Dr. Scappaticci’s 20+ years of clinical practice.

The FIN Sports Injury Management program addresses integrated dry needling and soft tissue treatment techniques and includes a review of Functional Biomechanics. This program is designed for participants with prior needling experience or who have completed the FIN Pain Management program.