Dry Needling Certificate Courses
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Dry Needling training is offered to suitably qualified Health Care Practitioners.
Generally a Diploma in a Health Industry Field is sufficient to attend this course.

The training is offered in 2 levels.

The requirement of 100 hours of face to face training includes a component of supervised clinical practice which is to completed prior to the granting of certification.

The course materials were developed by Thomas Ebejer, the College Principal. Thomas has been a registered acupuncturist for 23 years and  offers a great deal of practical knowledge to his students through these seminars.

Level 1 Training includes :
  1. OH&S Industry requirements

  2. Needle application, retention,removal and dispensation

  3. Trigger Point locating and Dry needling techniques

  4. Treating common Musculoskeletal disorders including:

  • Tennis and Golfer's Elbow

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Frozen Shoulder

  • Bursitis

  • Knee disorders

  • Hip Disorders and Sciatica

 Level 2 Training includes:
  1. Neck disorders

  2. Trapezius tension

  3. Treating the back safely

  4. Lumbago

  5. Treating the Sacrum

  6. Treating the intercostals

  7. Electro Dry Needling


Each level of training attracts 20 CPE/CPD points with ATMS,ANTA, CMASA and AAMT and graduates can obtain  

Mal-Practice Insurance .


Dry Needling Training Dates 2020

April 7-8 Lismore

May 4-8 Sydney  

June 2-3 Lismore

June 22-26 Perth

July 21-24 Lismore

Aug 24-28 Lismore

Sep 1-2 Lismore

Nov 9-13  Sydney

Dec 7-11  Perth

   Cost $650/level .    Total cost $1,300




By participating in the Dry Needling Level 1 and 2 courses through ACEM - I now have the complete confidence to use this modality in my manual therapy treatment. This is thanks to the small group setting, individual care and the high knowledge of acupuncture and dry needling that Tom has. Hands down the best course I have attended, and would recommend it to anyone wanting to get an edge on treating musculoskeletal problems through the lense of Eastern and Western approaches to needling. Julian CASEY (pictured)

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