Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module-1) – Glasgow 28,29 July 2022

£485.00

Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module-1) is a two day course and has a total credit or CEU’s of 20 HRS which consists of 4 HRS Pre Reading and 16 HRS of practical lab session.

Summary

Muscle Fibers are arranged longitudinally close to one another & the typical arrangements help them to be quite elastic & exhibit a lot of tensile strength but fail even with the slightest shearing force.
In Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module1) we are addressing the fascial adhesive bands which are results of the slightest shearing force because the muscle can only withstand longitudinal force & not shearing force.

The Fascial Adhesive Bands (FAB), Fascial Adhesions (FA) sometimes feels like a twisted leather belt or sometimes feels like a water wave near the joint or sometimes feels like a tight knot typically a nut or almond-sized, will be explained in detail.

Ligamental Fascial Band (LFB), Articulation Fascial Adhesion (AFA) can also be found at the insertion of the ligament which can be successfully treated with Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module1) of FIDN process which releases adhesions that occur due to cross-linking of the healing fibres.

Chronic fascial adhesive bands (CFAB) or Overuse Fascial Adhesions (OFA) are also effectively treated with this process which may involve sever pain because the adhesions should be broken from chronic bands so that it becomes acute fascial adhesive bands(AFAB).

Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module1) the treatment is based on the fundamental ideas that the development of fascial adhesion due to toxic adaptations are connective tissue dysfunction (CTD) which can be restored immediately by reduction of pain in the patient, which helps in restoring muscle strength, muscle mobility & muscle function.

Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module1) addresses the successful treatment of the muscles concerned with Low Back Pain (LBP), which plays 2 major roles in forming the multilayer myofascial structure of low back.

The various Knee Dysfunctional Syndromes (KDS), which involves pain, weakness as well as loss of function, are successfully treated by Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module1) by treating the Continuum of the ligament as well as the muscle, which is Retinacula. This exclusive technique in Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module1) is called as Retinacula Stimulation Technique (RST) and is used for a variety of knee dysfunctions.

Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module1) helps in bringing out the fear of needling of therapist & introduces him to the world of needling.

Course details

Peripheral Pain Pathway Model (Module-1) is a two-day course and has a total credit or CEU’s of 20 HRS which consists of 4 HRS Pre Reading and 16 HRS of the practical lab sessions.

Pre-study Material

  1. Introduction, Past studies & History of dry needling.
  2. Different Models of dry needling along with current research work.
  3. The FOundation of Fascial Adhesion Model (FAM)
  4. Introduction, Types & Classification of pain.
  5. What is functional integrated dry needling & when it is used?
  6. Anatomy of muscles & Areas of palpation

Course details and Itinerary

Day One

9:00 am to 10:30 am

(A) Needle safety & Infection control, OSHA standard.
(B) APTA, ASAP guidelines for safe dry needling.
(C) Structure of Vitality. (Neurophysiology)
(1) Optical effects.
(2) Segmental analgesic effects.
(3) Opioids mechanism.
(4) Non-Opioids mechanism.
(5) Nerve Fixation
(6) Descending Inhibitory pain control matrix.
(7) Biochemical modulation.
(8) Pain Gate mechanism.
(9) Antidote effect.
(D) Contraindications & Indications of dry needling.
(E) Adverse affects, Precautions & Limitations of dry needling.
(F) Self practice & understanding different sizes of needles used for the procedure.
(G) Segments & Guidelines of needle manipulation.

10:30 am to 12:00 noon

The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands, tendons & its
functional areas of the Lower Limb & Face will be explained in detail with the practical Lab
sessions:
(A) Hip Functional Areas:
(1) Gluteus Maximus
(2) Gluteus Medius
(3) Gluteus Minimus
(4) Iliotibial (IT) Band.

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

(B) Knee Functional Areas:
(1) Popliteus
(2) Tibialis Anterior
(3) Gastrocnemius
(4) Soleus
(5) Osteoarthritis of the Knee joint (Retinacular Stimulation Technique).

(C) Ankle Functional Areas:
(1) Extensor Hallucis Brevis
(2) Extensor Hallucis Longus.

3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

(D) Face Functional Areas:
(1) Frontalis
(2) Zygomatic
(3) Corrugator Supercili.

Day Two

9:00 am to 11:00 am

(A) The functional integrated approach of needling of the following functional areas of Spine
will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:
(1) Multifidus (Lumbar & Thoracic)
(2) Paraspinal Muscles
(3) Sciatic Nerve with Common Peroneal Nerve flow.

11:00 am to 12:00 noon

The functional integrated approach of needling of the following muscles, bands, tendons & its fascial adhesions of the Upper Limb, Cervical & Thoracic trunk will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:
(B) Cervical Functional Areas:
(1) Semispinalis Capitis
(2) Sternocleidomastoid
(3) Upper Trapezius.


12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm

Lunch


1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

(C) Shoulder Functional Areas:
(1) Deltoid
(2) Supraspinatus
(3) Infraspinatus

(D) Arm Functional Areas:
(1) Biceps Brachii
(2) Triceps Brachii
(3) Coracobrachialis.

3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

(E) Forearm Functional Areas:
(1) Brachioradialis
(2) Pronator Teres
(3) Flexor Carpi Radialis
(4) Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
(5) Palmaris Longus
(6) Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
(7) Extensor Digitorum
(8) Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
(9) Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis.

(F) Wrist & Hand Functional Areas:
(1) Abductor Pollicis Brevis
(2) Palmaris Brevis
(3) Abductor Digitiminimi.

4:45 pm To 5 pm

Exam Theory & Practical

 

Course Venue

1186 Argyle St,
Finnieston,
Glasgow G3 8TE, United Kingdom