MSK Ultrasound Course Online

MSK Ultrasound Training with Trigger Point/Dry Needling Instruction

Description

MSK Masters announces collaboration with Dr. Steve Coppola of Coppola Physical Therapy to provide diagnostic hands-on training using MSK ultrasound.

By providing a 3-Step approach to learning MSK diagnostic scanning and image reading, the course also presents the application of dry needling. Ultrasound imaging specifically identifies myofascial trigger points, specific myotendinous anatomy that can then be accurately targeted for dry needling procedures. Focused and targeted treatment yields optimal outcomes and significantly elevates the physical therapist level of certainty of providing superior treatment.

**NOTE: The focus of this 2-day hands-on workshop is on MSK ultrasound scanning and imaging techniques. If you are not interested in the dry needling portion, you will still gain valuable instruction and practice scanning the musculoskeletal system.

This event will be held daily on March 20-21 from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Access our detailed workshop landing page HERE!

Location:

Plymouth State University
Human Performance Center
Room W219
17 High Street
Plymouth, NH 03264

Why Learn With Us?

Easy to Learn

“If you can read a recipe, you can learn MSK sonography with my curriculum”, says Dr. Randy Moore.

25+ Years of Experience

Thought-leaders, Dr. Randy Moore and Dr. Steven Cappola, have shortened the learning curve for students by creating a step-by-step method for reproducible imaging.

Scanning Demonstrations

Probe placement and MSK images are shown at the same time for ease of learning.

Economical

The best prices in the industry for a complete workshope with online course!

FREE Course Access

You have full access to MSK Masters ‘Core’ Course from 24 hours after registration until the final day of the event! Additionally, you can purchase your own full copy of the course at a special discount!

Superior Techniques and Protocols

Learn the method that provides the best remodeling response in the patient.
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