F.A.Q

F.A.Q

Q: What diseases can be treated with the DIP method?

A: Diseases of the head: headache, facial neuralgia, tinnitus.
Cervical pathologies: torticollis, cervical brachialgia.
Pathologies of the shoulder: periarthritis, frozen shoulder.
The pathologies of the elbow: epicondylitis, medial epicondylitis.
The pathologies of the wrist: carpal tunnel, tendonitis.
The pathologies of the hand: tendinitis of the fingers, thumb rizarthrosis.
Diseases of the back: back pain, intercostal neuralgia.
Lumbar pathologies: back pain, lumbago, sciatica.
Diseases of the hip: periarthritis of the hip, osteoarthritis (pain).
Diseases of knee sprains, osteoarthritis tendonitis (pain).
Ankle diseases: sprains, tendonitis.
Pathologies of the foot: heel spurs, plantar pain.
Some functional abdominal and / or gynecological disorders. (Gastric refluxes, irritable bowel, menstrual pain, incontinence …).
Some functional psycho-behavioral disorders (anguish, anxiety, sleep disorders …).

Q: Who can practice the DIP method?

A: Anyone who has knowledge of human anatomy (doctors, osteopaths, physiotherapists, naturopaths, certified massage Therapist …).

Q: How can I sign up for the DIP method courses?

A: It’s very easy. You have to follow the following steps:
1. Fill out the registration form. Click here
2. Choose the place and dates of the course you want to take, bearing in mind that you must have passed the course of the previous level in order to participate in the next one. That is, to be able to take the second level you must have previously done the first level course, and so on.
3. To make your registration effective you must enter half of the amount by bank transfer. When you fill out the form, you will receive a confirmation email with the corresponding IBAN, and once the payment is made your place will be reserved.

Q: How many places per course?

A: Our philosophy and our ethics have led us to choose a reduced format.
We limit the places available in each course in order to increase the quality of the exchange between the students and the teacher.
Our first concern is that the therapist returns home with a directly applicable tool and very clear ideas about how to practice what they have learned to obtain brilliant results with their patients.

 

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