Participants will develop an advanced level of Gunn IMS practice by furthering their knowledge and understanding of the Gunn IMS model of nervous system dysfunction in persistent myofascial pain syndromes. This will be achieved through discussion and demonstration of assessment skills, clinical reasoning, treatment planning/application and rehabilitation principles for musculoskeletal problems that exhibit nervous system dysfunction. Needling techniques, including “at risk” areas;  theory, clinical reasoning and safety aspects of Gunn IMS practice; and application of the Gunn treatment method for the many myofascial syndromes frequently seen in practice, including tendinopathy, bursitis, fasciitis and arthritis, will be reviewed and discussed.


This course is open to Gunn IMS practitioners who:
1. Have successfully completed Gunn IMS Parts I and II (either the iSTOP or UBC program)
2. Hold current registration to practise from their relevant regulatory college
3. Hold current malpractice insurance AND
4. Have practised IMS for at least 3 years

 

LEARNING OJECTIVES:

Participants will develop an advanced level of Gunn IMS practice by furthering their knowledge and understanding of the Gunn IMS model of nervous system dysfunction in persistent myofascial pain syndromes.

 

COST: 

$750 (includes current UBC Gunn IMS needling manual)

 
Title UBC GUNN IMS PART 3: REVIEW/ADVANCED - UBC Faculty of Medicine Continuing Education Course
When September 13, 2019 - September 14, 2019
Location Vancouver, BC
Website http://www.gunnims.com
Email cpd.info@ubc.ca