Module II: Introduction to Kinesiology Taping​​

Kinesiology taping is redefining the role of therapeutic taping for rehabilitation professionals. Taping was once used to physically hold structures in place; now kinesiology taping is used to influence fascia and underlying neural tissues to cause functional changes in both the local tissue as well as the central nervous system. Often relegated to the athletic world, kinesiology taping has many orthopedic, neurological and specialty applications. Course content will include kinesiology taping for joint mobilization/manipulation and stabilization applications.

This seminar-on-demand is 5 contact hours in length (check your state’s approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession).

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Module V: Evidence-Inspired Approaches to Shoulder Pain

The shoulder complex is one of the leading areas of musculoskeletal pain.  Through poor posturing and overuse of the upper extremity, a variety of painful conditions can develop leading to local pain in the shoulder but contributing to cervical and lumbar spine pain as well.  Patient often are treated for months with passive modalities and exercise with minimal change in symptoms.

This course introduces manual evaluation techniques of the connective tissue surrounding the shoulder complex.  Once tissue specific impairments have been identified, manual therapy techniques can be selected that will directly affect the target tissue to quickly reduce the patient's symptoms while improving function.

This webinar is 3 hours in length (check your state approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession).

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Module III: Kinesiology Taping for the Manual Therapist​​

​​Incorporate Two Groundbreaking Methods into your Daily Practice
Clients rarely seek immediate treatment feeling that the pain will "just go away on its own." Regardless of the situation, patients want to return to their normal activities as quickly and pain-free as possible. As a clinician, sometimes it becomes necessary to explore new methods — or even a combination of methods — to best assist the client with movement. Kinesiology taping has been used for well over a decade in the United States for athletic injuries, but if applied appropriately it can be used for virtually any situation from acute injuries on the playing field to overuse injuries in the office. A powerful adjunct treatment for manual therapists, taping allows the clinician's efforts to continue working even after the client has left the clinic.

This innovative, 6-hour course is designed to introduce kinesiology taping to your daily manual therapy practice. Learn the best methods to restore clients' mobility and function and receive hands-on instruction in highly effective manual therapy techniques that provide rapid changes in the fascial system of the body. Return to your practice with effective assessment and rehab techniques for manual therapy and kinesiology taping in a variety of settings.

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Module I: NeuroFascial Patterns​​

Most conditions that lead to musculoskeletal pain tend to be overuse syndromes.  These overuse syndromes can be frustrating to both the patient and clinician.  Many of these overuse syndromes develop because of poor and compensatory movement patterns.

This course instructs 5 movement screens assessing the neuromyofascial network to identify compensatory patterns and areas of altered joint mechanics.  Once the area of dysfunction has been identified, joint specific evaluation techniques are introduced to determine tissue specific impairments designed to guide future treatment. 

This seminar-on-demand is 4 contact hours in length (check your state’s approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession).

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Module IV: Evidence-Inspired Approaches to Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can be a chronic, debilitating condition that is affecting an ever increasing number of individuals.  Individuals often have numerous imaging studies that are considered normal and do not contribute to their treatment.  Current medical treatment involves prescription pain relievers, injections and surgeries that often offer little if any improvement in symptoms.

This course is designed to educate the practicing clinician on how to rule out suspected medical red flags.  The clinician will then learn researched based evaluation techniques to identify not only the presence of sacroiliac joint dysfunction but the specific dysfunction of the 10 common presentations.  Tissue specific impairments will then be addressed with a variety of manual therapy techniques including instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, muscle energy techniques, and joint manipulations.

This webinar is 5 contact hours in length (check your state’s approval status in the state specific course catalog for your profession)

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