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This course offers a brief review of the basic taping and assessment concepts learned in the first 2 day course. Advanced taping techniques and assessments are presented as Lecture Tutorials to introduce step by step applications for chronic edema, scar and fascial management, nerve taping as well as acute and chronic pain management. Participants will be offered ample lab time to practice each advanced technique guided by the Assessment Flowchart for clinical decision making. Case studies are presented for designing a clinically relevant application within a treatment program guided by the instructor. Case studies are then introduced for small groups of students to practice the variety of assessment techniques and advanced taping applications.
|7:30 am||Sign In|
|8:00||Instructor Introduction, Success Stories|
|8:10 – 10:00||Basic Application Guidelines and Assessments Review; Epidermis Correction Review and Introduction of Advanced Epidermis Webs Taping; Dermis Correction Reviewand Introduction of Advanced Dermis Jellyfish Taping|
|10:15 – 12:00||Fascia Correction Review and Introduction of Advanced Fascia Taping – Ram’s Head, Manual Fascial Glide, and Nerve Tapings; Circulatory/Lymphatic Correction Review and Introduction of Advanced Basket Weave Application|
|1:00 – 3:20 pm||Space Correction Review and Introduction of Advanced Scar Management Applications; Muscle Corrections Review and Advanced Clinical Case Study – Chondromalacia Patella; Mechanical Correction Review and Advanced Clinical Case Study – Whiplash|
|3:35 – 4:05||Function Correction Review and Introduction of Advanced Functional Application – Rotational Limb Corrections|
|4:05 – 5:30||Clinical Case Scenarios, Q&A; Evaluations/ Assessments, Conclusion|
In order to attend a Kinesio Taping® seminar, each attendee must meet all of the following criteria:
1. Must have completed 80 course hours of anatomy and physiology
2. Must have a working knowledge of the musculoskeletal system
3. Must be able to do assessments by evaluating and/or diagnosing injuries and conditions
4. Must have achieved or is a student in their junior or senior year (transcripts must be provided) working towards one or more of the following credentials: ARNP, ATC, CAT(C), CCSP, CDP, CHT, CLT, CMBT, CMT, CNMT, COMT, COTA, COTA/L, CPO, CRN, CST, CT, CWS, DC, DO, DOM, DPT, LAc, LAT, LLCC, LMBT, LMP, LMT, LOT, LOTA, LPT, LPTA, MD, MDT, MLD, MOT, MOTR/L, MPT, MT, MTC, NCMT, NCTMB, NDT, NMD, NMT, NP, NRC, OCS, ODT, OMD, OPA, OT, OTA, OTC, OTR, OTR/L, PT, PT-C, PTA, PA, RMT, RN, RPT, RPTA, SLP, Paramedics and Kinesiologists.