The use of dry needling as an intervention has become increasingly utilized and accepted as a part of clinical practice by the APTA and AAOMPT. Furthermore, state practice acts are including the technique as a part of practice. Dry needling can be an effective adjunct intervention option for musculoskeletal dysfunctions. While evidence is limited pertaining to the technique, emerging evidence is supportive and will be explored in depth during this course. Course Logistics: lab will be three full days, Friday to Sunday.