Get the training you need to bring in demand injection therapies to your practice
Regenerative injection therapies are a growing treatment choice for patients suffering from pain and illness. Learn the technical skills and business insights from leaders in the field in this one-of-a-kind training program offered by Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.
The SCNM Regenerative Injection Therapy Training Program is:
- An online, hybrid program: This format allows you to have access to recorded lectures and materials to review and complete at your own pace, but also includes hands-on instructionduring 2 on-site weekend workshops.
- Taught in the SCNM Pain Relief Center: The PRC is located on the beautiful SCNM campus in Tempe, AZ (on-site weekend workshops only).
- Developed and taught by injection therapy professionals: Our instructors have thriving regenerative injection therapy practices.
- Open to all medical professionals: Please be sure that your licensing requirements and scopes of practice include injection therapy.
- Open to 3rd & 4th year medical students.
- Is available for naturopathic CME credit (5 hours pharmacology, 96 hours general CME).
Meet the instructors
What you’ll learn
- The history, philosophy, and development of trigger point therapy, neural therapy, and prolotherapy
- How to successfully integrate injection therapy into various practice models
- Common medications and mechanisms of drug action for various injection therapy modalities
- The correct palpation, marking, and procedures for performing injections on selected areas
- Philosophy and rationale for the use of each injection therapy modalities, including why and when they are typically used, as well as possible complications and side effects
4 modules: Teach you the principals and practice of injection therapy. Because all lecture content is online, it is available for you to watch and re-watch at your own pace.
2 on-site weekend workshops: On-site weekend workshops provide practical experience in palpating, marking, as well as performing basic injections on selected areas. NOTE: Participants will be expected to give and receive injections as part of this course.
Week 1: April 21-22
Week 2: May 12-13
Deadline for enrollment: March 30, space is limited so sign up today.