For the first time ever the full UBC Gunn IMS Certification Course is being offered in Ontario. No out of Province travel required. The top request from Ontario practitioners has been to be able to complete certification without the need to travel to Vancouver. UBC is pleased to now offer Part 1 May 17-20 and Part 2 July 26-28 at Cardon Rehabilitation in Burlington Ontario (just 35 minutes from downtown Toronto and 30 minutes from Pearson Airport).
Interested in learning more about dry needling? This is a quick read with informative and accurate information.
Our physiotherapists will be available October 25th at the London Hydro Health Fair from 1-4pm to answer any questions you may have about work injuries, sport physiotherapy, dry needling, pelvic physiotherapy, or pretty much anything else you may want to ask!
Looking forward to not having to travel across the continent to work with you now!
In addition to having a decade of experience dry needling, Denise completed her UBC Gunn IMS certification this August. She travelled to Vancouver to complete this extensive training.
She joins Dave and Andrea to be one of only 4 physiotherapists in London to hold certification in Gunn IMS.
Up to date pain education, based on the latest research. This is for anyone who is experiencing persistent pain. Watch the quick video, and then check out the website for more great explanation and resources. Understanding pain can help you start feeling better, right away!
The London Orthopaedic Division is hosting its annual speakers night. This event is for local physiotherapists to stay up to date with what is happening in the profession and give them an opportunity to mingle. Sam Doralp will be providing the keynote speech on the future of clinical education.
RSVP is required. For details visit http://londonorthounit.org/news.php
Dave will be involved with instructing physiotherapists and medical doctors how to safely and effectively integrate dry needling into their practice. The course involves 7 days of instruction (4 in Guelph and 3 in Vancouver). It will include a review of the latest research on dry needling, comprehensive assessment of neuropathic findings and detailed instruction on surface anatomy and safe needling technique. For more information please visit ubcgunnims.com