This (din face courses) 2-day dry needling courses provides expert guided experience in facial aesthetic cosmetic enhancement needling.
**Please reference your state practice act to determine if facial needling is within your scope of practice.
Anyone already certified in dry needling or licensed in acupuncture is permitted to take our advanced DIN-3x courses.
DIN-3h Adv. DIN for F.A.C.E. (Facial Aesthetic Cosmetic Enhancement) is a 16-hour live course that focuses on building the skill set to be able to deliver and treat the integumentary system safely. The course is designed for practitioners in the private sector who are already trained, licensed, or certified in needling and who wish to develop their practical skills in the use of the dynamic integrative needling system for facial aesthetic cosmetic enhancement (F.A.C.E.). The course provides delegates with the physiological and evidence-basis for F.A.C.E. needling, as well as how to perform an effective subjective and objective assessment of the integumentary system. Participants will be guided through a systematic protocol that is thorough, efficient, and effective. Various needling techniques are mastered in this course, and Reasons 1, 2, and 5 of the Hobbs Needling Paradigm are emphasized from a clinical reasoning perspective. Additionally participants are given marketing, packaging, and promotional strategies to jump start success.
To introduce the participant to:
The concept of F.A.C.E. needling strategies.
The anatomy of the face includes muscles, nerves, and blood vessels.
The differing theories of F.A.C.E. needling.
The physiological mechanisms underpinning F.A.C.E. needling.
After the completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
Safely and effectively needle specific key areas of the head, neck, and face to aid F.A.C.E. needling strategies.
Safely and effectively integrate systemic “body” and facial needling within a session of F.A.C.E. needling.
Safely and effectively employ a variety of needling techniques in the use of F.A.C.E. needling strategies.
At the conclusion of the course, students must demonstrate a minimum of 80% proficiency in the following course assessments to achieve a passing grade. The assessments will demonstrate that the student has met the listed objectives: