The Science of Taping will provide step-by-step instruction for more than 20 taping techniques for the foot and ankle, knee, hip region, upper extremity and spine. Learn to master techniques for ankle instability, ankle instability with posterior tibialis involvement, preventative taping for ankle, plantar fasciitis, bunions, plantar heel pain, patella femoral pain syndrome, IT band friction syndrome, greater trochanteric bursitis, turf toe, Achilles tendon problems, edema, lymphatic stagnation, pes anserine bursitis, MCL, anterior knee pain, patellar tendinitis, AC joint problems, generalized shoulder pain, rotator cuff pain, scapular instability, postural problems, back pain, lateral epicondylitis, golfer’s elbow and TFCC ligament issues.
This is a great online continuing education course to learn techniques for common athletic injury prevention and rehabilitation.
This intermediate course will present the evidence that supports the theory that connective tissue and fascia provide the network connection for all of the anatomical framework and is quite often the underlying factor of many postural and functional limitations. Through gentle myofascial techniques, a clinician can significantly improve age related tissue shortening to improve range of motion, balance, function and decrease pain.
Have you ever met a therapist who displayed such a tremendous amount of skill in one particular area of rehabilitation? If not this just may be your first encounter with such a person. Barry Morgan , PT takes you on a educational journey into vestibular rehab. He demonstrates clinical evaluation tests and treatments while providing pearls of clinical wisdom.
Pain is often the symptom associated with a wide range of underlying physiological disorders. Traditional medicine frequently relies on prescription pain killers to assist with pain management, as demonstrated by more than 23 million Americans who currently abuse opioids. This course will demonstrate the effectiveness of reversing the pain pathway cycle through hands-on myofascial techniques. By combining evidence-based information with clinical efficacy and hands-on training, you will be able to utilize the most effective techniques to decrease pain and increase function.
Over 750,000 people suffer from a stroke each year. Timing of aggressive treatment approaches in combination with innovative rehab techniques is essential in order to minimize physical disability. Learn how to optimize treatment and outcomes and improve motor control and function.
This intermediate level, one-day course challenges the clinician to focus on coordinating breathing control and core stabilization to optimize functional mobility and performance. The Neuromuscular techniques that enhance the synergistic function between breathing patterns, stabilization and coordination can be applied to patients in a variety of settings from acute care to the pro athlete.