Learn the basics of musculoskeletal needling and myofascial cupping that will have you armed with the technique, confidence and know how to immediately incorporate these amazingly effective modalities into your treatment repertoire!
Why Manual Medicine Australasia?
Dr Jon Marshall
This course is taught by Dr Jon Marshall, a qualified Osteopath and Acupuncturist who has specifically tailored this course for Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists and other manual medicine practitioners.
All our courses at Manual Medicine are endorsed by the Australian Osteopathic Association and the Chiropractic & Osteopathic College of Australasia.
What people think of Manual Medicine Australasia
The Level 1 Dry Needling and Cupping course was fantastic. Over one concise and 'stimulating' weekend, I was able to learn safe protocols that will be easy to integrate into the treatment room immediately. Osteopaths and Remedial Therapists, who treat Musculoskeletal dysfunctions daily should have these tools in their kit, they will of great help in the future. I can't recommend Jon and his team enough to the rest of the physical therapy population.Brett Wiener
I attended the Myfofascial Dry Needling and Cupping course on the Gold Coast Sept 2012. Jon provided me with the tools, confidence and knowledge to start treating our clients immediately. Manual Medicine gives excellent tuition, first rate documentation and an open forum in which to learn and I would not hesitate to recommend Jon to my peers and professional colleagues. I look forward to using Manual Medicine again in the near future!Noel Parkin
I completed level 1 Dry Needling and cupping 3 months ago. Having had no previous experience with these tools before, I found Jon's Practical approach fantastic. The preliminary portion of the course was detailed and helped us with the safety regulations and basic techniques of needle and Cupping use. All facets were covered allowing us to feel safe and able to begin the practical part. Jon's idea of engaging us early on, gave us all the confidence we needed to apply this (and use it the very day in practice). The no fuss, direct teaching method is one I feel us 'hands on' practitioners really relate to. Thanks Jon, really looking forward to level 2!Dr Abby Carrington