This partnership aims to integrate KinetaCore’s functional approach to dry needling training into EIM’s blended educational delivery model, and to expand the number of students who can become proficient in Functional Dry Needling.
Students will be able to complete much of the coursework online so that the weekend courses can focus exclusively on hands-on training, per a media release from Evidence in Motion.
“Both my wife Christi and I believe that [partnering with Evidence in Motion] is the next step to growing professionally as a company and serving to advance physical therapy by integrating Functional Dry Needling into physical therapy programs, continuing education, and rehabilitative medicine in the US and beyond,” states KinetaCore founder Edo Zylstra, PT, DPT, MS, OCS, in the release.
Zylstra, KinetaCore staff, and faculty will continue to operate under the KinetaCore name, but will now receive collaboration and support from EIM, per the release.
[Source(s): Evidence in Motion, PRWeb]