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DYNAMIC TAPE - THE BIOMECHANICAL TAPING APPROACH

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Physiotherapy Department, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre,

Windmill Road

Headington

Oxford

OX3 7LD.

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Manage Load. Manage Movement. Manage Function.
A graded approach offering various stretch, strength and recoil properties to meet your clinical objectives. Capable of creating 15kg or more of resistance to movement.

It is capable of creating 12-15kg or more of resistance through range compared with less than 100g with kinesiology tapes. When applied correctly, it is able to resist and decelerate motion to absorb load or modify movement patterns with emerging research supporting this.

Dynamic Taping workshops are highly practical and clinically relevant courses that provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

Course Outline
Biomechanical Taping can be challenging as both the handling skills and reasoning are different to other taping methodologies. Our 1 day course is designed to support and expand knowledge and clinical reasoning used by healthcare providers across many professions.

  • Review Common Tapes / Application / Research
  • Biomechanical Taping - A 3rd Category
  • Mechanical vs. Neurophysiological Taping
  • Treatment Approaches to Biomechanical Taping
  • Develop Biomechanical Taping Handling Skills

LAB BREAKOUTS
Biomechanical Taping classes are 80% hands on, meaning you are going to spend your time learning the handling skills and methods to continue building on when you return to clinic. At the course you will learn a Biomechanical Taping methodology that will improve your ability to address impairments and functional limitations by:

  • Altering Force Contribution
  • Modifying Movement Patterns
  • Reducing Tendon Compliance
  • Creating a Soft Tissue Offload
  • Augmenting Force Closure
  • Improving Length-Tension Relationships

FOR FURTHER DETAILS SEE WWW.DYNAMICTAPE.COM OR CONTACT INFO@MELANIEBETTSPHYSIOTHERAPY.COM

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Physiotherapy Department, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre,

Windmill Road

Headington

Oxford

OX3 7LD.

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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