Online Animal Dry Needling Course
We are now offering an online training program in Animal Dry Needling.
Taking place at the start of every month, this course will include all aspects involved in treating animals in a safe and effective way with Dry Needling.
A series of instructional videos
Q & A with trainer
One on one video call with trainer for practical element
Successful graduates will be able to obtain malpractice insurance with a variety of insurers.
About the training
Definition of Dry Needling and how it differs from Acupuncture
Equipment requirements for Dry Needling
Occupational Health and Safety in Dry Needling
Needling techniques including insertion, manipulation, retention time, removal and disposal of needles.
Demonstration of complete treatments on animals using horses and dogs] including interviewing the owner, massage techniques, observation, palpation and needling.
Student will be observed while practicing needling their chosen animal. The Trainer will assist and assess needling methods via video call.
Setting up your business
We look at what will be the students' next steps in obtaining insurance and marketing this modality.
Total cost including access to all training videos $650
"I completed the Online Animal Dry Needling course in May 2020. I found Tom particularly fantastic to work with, very clear in instruction and quick with communication when I had questions. The videos are very well done, with clear descriptions about how to perform different techniques and troubleshooting problems. There are comprehensive notes to refer to when practising the techniques learned int he videos. I enjoyed the course and look forward to starting dry needle therapy on my patients. Thank you Tom for developing this course." - Dr Stefanie McMahon BSc BVMS GDipEd(Tertiary)
I really enjoyed the Animal Dry Needling course. For me, it was a great balance between written theory, video tutorials and online face to face learning and assessments. Tom is highly knowledgeable in his delivery and passion for helping treat animals in both dry needling and acupuncture and is very willing to help and support learning as much as possible. He is easily approachable, available to assist and responds quickly to answer any questions or queries. I would definitely recommend the Animal Dry Needling course to anyone who is interested in learning these skills.
Thomas Ebejer Bsc,Dip TCM is the Principal and founder of the Australian College of Eastern Medicine, a Registered Training Organisation.
Thomas has been offering training in Oriental therapies since 1995 when he completed a Diploma in Acupuncture. He immediately started offering treatments to both humans and animals and found that quite often animals responded quicker than humans to acupuncture.