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Indiana Physical Therapy Dry Needling
Included within the scope of practice:
Using solid filiform needles to treat neuromusculoskeletal pain and dysfunction (dry needling), after completing board approved continuing education and complying with applicable board rules. However, a physical therapist may not engage in the practice of acupuncture unless the physical therapist is licensed as an acupuncturist.
The Board has not yet created rules/regulations of dry needling.
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