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Utah PT Dry Needling

A physical therapist may practice trigger point dry needling if the physical therapist:

Has held a license to practice physical therapy and has actively practiced physical therapy for two (2) years;

Has successfully completed a course in trigger point dry needling that:

  • Is approved by the division; and
  • Includes at least 300 total course hours, including at least:
    • 54 hours of in-person instruction; and
    • 250 supervised patient treatment sessions;

Files a certificate of completion of the course; and

Registers with the division as a trigger point dry needling practitioner;


Utah Code ยง58-24b-505

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