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Dry Needling and Elastic Taping Applications




Dry Needling and Elastic Taping Applications*

 The ultimate In Musculoskeletal Pain reduction


Day 1- background for dry needling methods and elastic taping applications

 Including understanding fascial mechanics fascial meridians in a blink and body mechanics


Day 2- Dry needling, how to needle, where to needle, when to needle and for what pathologies, we will also learn how to evaluate for the needling procedure, in this day we will start exercises with needling.


Day 3- Elastic taping and Dry Needling, a perfect combination , how each method complement the other when to use and how to use these methods, this day we will practice some methods combinations.


Day 3-4- In these days we will start evaluating and treating many muscles commonly addressed in clinical practice are included, including the infraspinatus, upper trapezius, deltoid, sternocleidomastoid, triceps, levator scapulae (partially), the latissimus dorsi (partially), the subscapularis (partially), the wrist extensors, the extensor indices, the quadratus lumborum, lumbar iliocostalis, the gluteal muscles (minimus, medius, and maximus), the hip adductor muscles, the gastrocnemius and soleus muscles.

Students will review the anatomy, function, and dry needling and taping  techniques for each muscle


Day 5-6- In these days we will continue to evaluate and treat muscles commonly addressed in clinical practice are included, including the sternocleidomastoid, splenius capitis, splenius cervicis, cervical and thoracic and lumbar multifidi, semispinalis, levator scapula (partially), the latissimus dorsi (partially), supraspinatus, teres major and minor, pectoralis major (partially), pectoralis minor, oblique abdominal muscles and rectus abdominus, the lumbar paraspinals, biceps brachii, coracobrachialis, brachialis, anconeus, pronator teres, wrist flexors, supinator, hamstrings and quadriceps muscles.




Day 7- Is dedicated for summing up materials going over difficult issues of handling and repeating materials, this is essential in a course of this size contains about 56-60 hours of direct hands on training Itzhak Friedman is a Physiotherapist since 1979. Since that time he concluded a post graduate studies at the Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh as well as more than 80 courses worldwide.     Itzhak is a teacher of Biofeedback since 1991, Kinesiotaping since 2005 and dry needling since 1999 as well as instructor for the Israeli Musculoskeletal society since 2013.   Itzhak Currently works in Israel and conducts research in some medical areas as well as treating patients in his clinic near Tel Aviv where his expertise is being tested almost on a daily basis.


Among his students are Medical Doctors Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists , Chiropractors, complimentary medicine and Sport Therapists .