Idaho Admin. Code r. 24.13.01.181 - DRY NEEDLING RECERTIFICATION
Current through August 30, 2021
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181. PRACTICE OF DRY NEEDLING (RULE 181).
A physical therapist who practices dry needling must maintain documentation of having satisfied the requirements of Section 180 of these rules and must obtain and maintain documentation of written informed consent from patients. (4-11-19)
01. Documentation of Training. Upon request by the Board, a physical therapist must produce documentation of having satisfied the education and training requirements in Section 180 of these rules. (4-11-19)
02. Written Informed Consent. Prior to performing dry needling on a patient, the physical therapist must provide the patient with information that includes a definition and description of the practice of dry needling and a description of the risks, benefits, and potential side effects of dry needling and obtain the patient's written consent to treatment, which documentation must be maintained as part of the patient record. (4-11-19)