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Discover the art and science of taping in our comprehensive two-day course, "Taping Techniques for Manual Therapists." This 16-hour program is designed to equip manual therapists with the essential knowledge and practical skills required to effectively apply taping techniques for both athletic and kinesiology purposes.
During the first day, participants will delve into the world of athletic taping, focusing on the major joints in the body. Through interactive sessions and hands-on demonstrations, students will learn about indications, contraindications, and the proper use of athletic tape. They will explore a range of techniques and gain insights into the underlying science, enabling them to make informed decisions about when and how to apply athletic taping for optimal results.
On the second day, our course shifts the spotlight to kinesiology taping, which primarily targets soft tissues. Participants will delve into the intricate details of this specialized technique, understanding its applications, benefits, and limitations. Through practical exercises and guided demonstrations, students will practice various kinesiology taping techniques and gain an understanding of the tools and supplies needed for effective application.
Throughout the course, we emphasize a holistic approach, discussing the scientific principles behind taping techniques and their therapeutic effects. By combining theory with hands-on practice, participants will develop the confidence and competence to incorporate taping techniques into their manual therapy practice.
Our expert instructors will demonstrate practical applications, allowing students to follow along and gain firsthand experience in taping techniques.
By the end of this course, participants will have acquired a comprehensive understanding of taping techniques for manual therapists. They will be equipped with the skills, knowledge, and practical experience necessary to confidently integrate athletic and kinesiology taping into their practice, promoting better patient outcomes and enhancing their manual therapy skills.