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July 19-21, 2024


Dry Needling and Pelvic Health: Foundational Concepts and Techniques is a lab intensive, hybrid course designed with the pelvic health practitioner in mind.  This course is an innovative approach to treating clients with pelvic floor dysfunction commonly associated with pelvic pain, incontinence, voiding dysfunction and/or sexual pain or dysfunction.  This foundational dry needling course will instruct participants in the application of dry needling to female pelvic floor musculature and associated neuroanatomical structures including the anterior/posterior thigh, lumbosacral spine, trunk, pelvis and hip joint complex.  This course will provide a comprehensive review of anatomy, a strong emphasis on safety and precautions, ample lab time to optimize dry needling techniques, as well as dialogue surrounding clinical integration and relevant evidence.


For additional information on setting up a private course for your clinic, please email

Pelvic Health + Dry Needling: Foundational Concepts + Techniques (N Carolina)

  • Register


    This course is being offered through our affiliate, the APTA Pelvic Health Academy.  Please register directly through their website, linked above, or available to copy and paste below.


    Registration link:

  • WakeMed

    William F. Andrews Conference Center

    3024 New Bern Avenue

    Raleigh, NC 27610

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