Courses in Your Clinic
One Price, Two Courses, Two Weekends in a Row
If you are a clinic that wishes to have 5 or more therapists certified, we can come to you!
Avoid lodging and travel expenses for your therapists.
Classes can be scheduled to begin after lunch on Friday to avoid closing your clinic that morning.
Learn dry needling in your own clinic in a uniquely intimate environment.
If you don't have 5 therapists in your clinic but still wish to have us come to you, find 5 colleagues in your area and we can schedule a course!
This is a unique opportunity to have a 54 hour Dry Needling course series (level 1 and 2) conducted in your clinic, in a schedule that works for you (two weekends in a row, or spread out however you see fit), in a small class environment. The idea is that we incur the travel and lodging expenses and show up to your clinic to teach your staff. We wouldn’t be advertising in your area and trying to fill up a class with lots of folks. The idea here is small as to only have one Instructor and just the staff of a clinic. The class size would be 5 minimum. It wouldn’t be a typical “hosting” but more like a paid in-service.
The Courses in Your Clinic rate varies slightly depending on location, with $2100 per therapist being the least and $2500 per therapist being the most it would cost. When you compare that price to Kinetacore ($2500 for two courses) and Integrative Dry Needling ($2590 for two courses), it is an insane deal and you wouldn't be incurring any travel expenses for your employees! There aren't any hidden fees or expenses. 5 therapists x $2100 per therapist = $10,500*
Email for more information!
Can't commit to two weekends or don't have enough money in your budget? No problem.
The course series can be split up to meet your needs!
*Price varies by location with $2100 per therapist being least expensive and $2500 per therapist being most expensive.
* FSBPT ProCERT Certified
* SAM Approved for VA/Government Employees
Dry needling is a skilled intervention that uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments.