Pathways to Access Course Content
The Haynes Method of Neuromuscular Dry Needling is comprised of the following 4 course offerings:
- HMDN1 Foundations & Fundamentals Lecture
- HMDN1 Lab
- HMDN2 Advanced Techniques & Protocols Lecture
- HMDN2 Lab
How can I access the Lecture content?
- The lecture content is free. All that is required is to submit a registration to be sent the login requirement.
- The lecture content can be accessed two ways:
- Online through a web portal, or
- Through a live virtual lecture.
The content of the lecture is the same regardless of the path you take. Live, synchronous lectures are stored in the student portal. Students may enroll in the course and then attend the live virtual lectures asynchronously at any time.
Lectures 1-4 must be completed, and assignments posted prior to attending the first in-person lab session.
- Most of the course content is available through our mobile app.
- The app is still in development, so for now the app is completely FREE!
- All of the DN slides are available for view on the HMDN App.
- The HMDN App essentially replaces bulky course manuals.
- Very easy to utilize in the course, the labs, and in clinic.
How can I access the Lab content?
- Throughout the course you will see demonstrations of all the dry needling muscles, structures, and protocols.
- They will soon be available in the HMDN App
- But, the only way to access the lab content is through in person lab sessions. There is an 8 hour introductory lab and a 24 hour advanced lab.
The in-person lab sessions are being offered at Haynes PT in North Texas. We will gladly entertain alternative lab sites if that would suit your needs. Contact info@haynesptinstitute for more information.
Links to access lectures and register for labs
HMDN1 Foundations & Fundamentals Lecture (online format)
HMDN2 Advanced Techniques & Protocols Lecture (online format)
- 2022 Live Synchronous Lecture Schedule
Lab 1 Registration
Lab 2 Registration
- HMDN App
Dry-needling training and certification is among the most expensive coursework on the market. Certification programs range from $2,500 to $3,500 and up from there, with individual courses ranging from $800 to $1,400. It is my belief that the extreme cost of certification in dry needling is prohibitive in clinicians from achieving certification. For that reason, we offer our HMDN1 and HMDN2 Lecture series for free. The Lab fee for HMDN1 Lab is $495, and for HMDN2 Advanced Lab is $950. That is a 62% to 73% discount. Why so cheap? I don't want the cost of education to get in the way of you, my colleague, to learn what is the capstone of my 28 years of clinical practice.
Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
This activity has been approved by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 64 CCUs for PTs and PTAs.
BOC- Athletic Trainers
This activity has been approved for 64 Category A continuing education units (CEUs) for Athletic Trainers.
This activity has been approved by Indiana APTA for 64 CCUs.
States with CE Reciprocity
Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Wisconsin, Hawaii, and Oregon.