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Module1: Kinesiology Taping Practitioner Certification

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Review the principles of kinesiology taping and supporting evidence
  2. Describe the physiological and neurological effects of kinesiology taping
  3. Demonstrate how to apply tape with appropriate tension for best results
  4. Compare and contrast common taping techniques and review indications/contraindications for each
  5. Demonstrate how taping techniques can be combined with movement to improve patient function, correct postural imbalances, reduce pain, prevent injury, and support recovery with many common conditions
  6. Develop taping applications based on your assessment/treatment approach and the individual needs of your patient

Outline

PRINCIPLES OF KINESIOLOGY TAPING

THE NEUROSENSORY POWER OF TAPING FUNDAMENTAL TAPING TECHNIQUES AND TREATMENT STRATEGIES PAIN TAPING FLUID DYNAMICS TAPING POSTURE TAPING SCAR TAPING NEURO TAPING

Copyright : 11/06/2018

Module 2: IASTM Practitioner Certification

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Objectives

  1. Describe the myofascial sequencing model.
  2. Identify theoretical constructs behind the science of IASTM.
  3. Discuss the neuroanatomy of skin and the fascial subsystem.
  4. Demonstrate movement screening techniques to identify faulty motor patterns.
  5. Practice IASTM techniques in conjunction with kinesiology taping and functional movement.
  6. Apply IASTM treatments for acute and chronic injuries, pain modulation, scar tissue and many conditions affecting the upper and lower body, utilizing methods that prevent bruising and hand fatigue.

Outline

PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUMENT-ASSISTED SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION

FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SCREENING

FUNDAMENTAL IASTM TECHNIQUES AND TREATMENT STRATEGIES

ADVANCED TIPS FOR AVOIDING COMMON IASTM MISTAKES

APPLYING IASTM EFFECTIVELY WITH YOUR PATIENTS

CASE STUDIES AND PROBLEM SOLVING

Copyright : 11/29/2018

Module 3: Myofascial Cupping Practitioner Certification

Program Information

Objectives

  1. Review the principles of myofascial cupping and supporting evidence
  2. Describe the physiological and neurological effects of cupping
  3. Demonstrate how to apply cupping for best results
  4. Compare and contract common cupping techniques and review indications/contraindications for each
  5. Demonstrate how cupping techniques can be combined with corrective exercise to improve pain, sprains/strains, swelling, tendinopathies, and more
  6. Develop cupping applications based on your assessment/treatment approach and the individual needs of your patient

Outline

PRINCIPILES OF MYOFASCIAL CUPPING

SKIN/FASCIAL SCREENING

FUNDAMENTAL CUPPING TECHNIQUES AND TREATMENT STRATEGIES

APPLYING, CUPPING EFFECTIVELY

CASE STUDIES AND PROBLEM SOLVING

Copyright : 11/28/2018