Continuous Professional Development Update

Continuous Professional Development Update

Dry Needling – Top 30 Muscles

Date and Time

11th – 13th February 2017


Lecture Hall, 4/fl Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Hong Kong


The Dry Needling course on 11 - 13 February 2017 was a great introduction to the foundation of dry needling. The most common muscles with recurrent injuries were looked over and practiced on. The students had an intensive 3-day course, which was highly based on anatomy and hands-on practice with needles. The students were able to learn the contraindication and safety of needles. Dry needling techniques can be used immediately after the course and it is suitable for all age ranges of patients. It is especially effective and can be used on the spot with elderly, osteoporotic, bulky hypertonic musculature and immobile patients.