Leigh McCutcheon is an invited speaker at the 2023 APA biennial conference presenting on Acupuncture and Dry Needling in the foot and ankle region along with an additional presentation on Acupuncture and Dry Needling for tendinopathies, tears and calcifications. This will be Leigh’s eight consecutive conference presentation within the Acupuncture and Dry Needling Group’s APA […]
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The effectiveness of western acupuncture and dry needling is seen every day in clinic, so it’s good to see the growing evidence for its use. In the past year since Leigh McCutcheon and Dr Wayne Hing collaboratively wrote Physio ‘dry needling’ and acupuncture – what’s the difference and what does the evidence say? for The […]
This year Leigh McCutcheon was invited to present as a key note speaker for the APA Acupuncture and Dry Needing Conference along with Jay Shah from Washington and Jorgen Forsberg from Australia. Leigh presented a pre conference workshop on Whiplash which covered a literature review outlining the multimodal treatment approach for Whiplash Associated Disorder and […]
Acupuncture and Dry Needling by Australian Physiotherapists, 2016 https://healthtimes.com.au/hub/physiotherapy/8/practice/lmc/acupuncture-and-dry-needling-by-australian-physiotherapists/1598/ The use of Acupuncture and Dry Needling by physiotherapists has progressively grown over the past decade or two coinciding with an increasing swell in the evidence base to support using the various needling therapies utilised by Australian Physiotherapists. Physiotherapists can be trained to use Dry Needling, […]
The ADNG conference will be held along with the Sports Physiotherapy Conference and the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Conference in October 2015 on the Gold Coast. Leigh McCutcheon will be presenting to the Acupuncture and Dry Needling Group the latest evidence base for needling therapies. Presently approximately 40% of practicing physiotherapists hold additional training in acupuncture and/or […]
At the end of 2011, the APA was approached by the Jerudong Park Medical Centre in Brunei to run the Musculoskeletal Segmental and Dry Needling for Physiotherapists course. Read more
Authors: McCutcheon, Leigh; Yelland, Michael Physical Therapy Reviews, Volume 16, Number 2, April 2011, pp. 126-132(7) Abstract: Background: Pneumothorax is a very rare but serious complication associated with acupuncture and dry needling around the thoracic region. Physiotherapists and other health practitioners should be aware of the risks associated with needling in this region and should take care […]
The Australian Physiotherapy Association’s 2009 Acupuncture and Dry Needling Group Conference was held at Darling Harbour in Sydney in October. The conference consisted of the latest in scientific research and clinical practice and covered all of the various needling disciplines, including Dry Needling, Western Segmental Acupuncture and Traditional Acupuncture. Presenters came from all around the […]
Acupuncture is generally a very safe modality, especially when it is used by skilled, well trained professionals. This has been evidenced in several very large studies from England, Germany, Switzerland and Czechoslovakia involving prospective assessments of 64,000 consultations in the SAFA studies to around 4 million consultations in the GERAC studies. Even though it is […]