Learn from Fuller Physical Therapy

Learn from Fuller Physical Therapy

Higher-learning seminars in Leitchfield, Beaver Dam, Princeton, Morgantown, Providence, and Owensboro, KY

Are you a medical professional interested in learning more about new therapeutic techniques? At Fuller Physical Therapy, we would like to welcome you to experience one of our seminars, which are a great opportunity to learn about cutting edge techniques being implemented all over the world.

We are currently focusing on trigger point dry needling, which is a highly sought after form of therapy in our industry. This seminar will focus on how the use of small needles can reduce pain and increase mobility of the muscles. For more information on this technique, please browse our site and see how your patients of practice could benefit.

We look forward to working with you and leading our patients to a pain-free lifestyle!

Trigger Point Dry Needling

Integrated Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN) Course- Upper and Lower Body Training

  • Date: December 5 and December 12
  • Location: Fuller Physical Therapy Beaver Dam - 227 South Main Street Suite B, Beaver Dam, KY 42320
  • Class starts at 8 AM - Must Attend Both Sessions
  • Cost: $1000
  • Approved by the Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
  • Participant will be awarded 24 contact hours

Safety and Injury Prevention

Safety and Injury prevention seminars are available for your work place. Fuller Physical Therapy has courses that educate the worker on back injury prevention, ergonomics, general health and ways to avoid the most common work place injuries.
Have a group eager to hear about preventing and treating pain and injuries? Let us come to you. Our experts speak to civic groups, clubs and organizations as time allows. Give us a call about a topic you have in mind or ask us about our most popular presentation subjects. For information on our upcoming seminars and suggested speaker's bureau topics, contact us at 270-259-0551.

We are committed to helping our community take control of their pain management and mobility.