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Functional Integrated Dry Needling Course FIDN - Module 2 , 20 hours 

Glasgow 28th and 29th March 2018

Sports Therapy Scotland

1186 Argyle St

Finnieston

Glasgow

G3 8ND

0141 334 1223 - Pay and Book here , this link takes you to our FIDN secure payment site.



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Limited Candidate places to ensure full practical and experiential learning with Dr Mihir Somaiya.

Taught by FIDN founder - Dr Mihir Somaiya of the Asia Health Care Center, Mumbai, India.

This 2 Day FIDN Module 2 course consist of 16 hours over 2 days and minimum 4 hours study via manual before attending the course.

On Completion of the course Balens Insurance Can offer both a top-up policy to your current policy or provide full cover including the use of Functional Integrated Dry Needling to your current practice.

Who Can attend The Functional Integrated Dry Needling Module 2 course ?

The course is open to Sports Massage Therapists, Remedial Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, McTimony Chiropractors, Osteomyologists, Homeopaths, Shiatsu practitioners and Manual therapists who have attended our FIDN Module 1 course.



Please get in touch if you have any questions.

Functional Integrated Dry Needling Course FIDN - Module 2 

Glasgow 28th and 29th March 2018

Sports Therapy Scotland

1186 Argyle St

Finnieston

Glasgow

G3 8ND

 

Back Pain


The Sports Therapy Scotland
team is trained to carry out
your doctor's orders to stretch,
strengthen, and exercise
your
back in a safe and effective way.

Injury Assessment


This specialist service offers
patients expert assessment
and treatment
of specific
sports injuries. 

Whether acute or chronic, the
treatment and advice on offer
will not only target your current
injury, but will also focus on
prevention
.

Injury Rehabilitation


Early recovery and active
rehabilitation is provided by
our experienced sports injury
specialists.

Sciatica Treatment


As with acute sciatica, if you
have chronic sciatica you should
try to remain as physically active
as possible as this will reduce
the severity of your symptoms.