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Kinesiotaping(or similar) course

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by RobinP, Apr 27, 2011.

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  1. RobinP

    RobinP Well-Known Member


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    Dear All,

    For a short while now, I have been taping feet/ankles in order to determine effectiveness of change in kinetics on pathology. I pretty much have no training other than watching a few YOUTUBE videos(the shame)

    Should I go on a course to learn how to do it properly?
    Am I likely to learn anything new. As I see it, I apply the tape using kinetic/biomechanical principles to alter forces. Do I need to learn specific taping patterns?
    If you think it is necessary, can anyone recommend some type of course

    Thanks all

    Robin
     
  2. Griff

    Griff Moderator

    For standard/basic taping I can't see that a course would be of much benefit to you squire.

    However for some of the more new fangled stuff (e.g. Kinesio tape etc) then it would probably be of use (as the theory is a little different). Physio UK do some of the better courses on it in my opinion. Linky.
     
  3. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Hi Robin
    Professional Events Management are running a taping course in Kettering on June 21st this year. It is not something I ever do but decided I should look at it so am doing their course. Course leader details below. Price I think is £95

    Dr Craig Ranson completed his studies at Curtin University, Western Australia including a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy and a PhD. He has over 18 years Sports Physiotherapy experience and is co-author of the textbook ‘Atlas of Living and Surface Anatomy for Sports Medicine’. Craig is a consultant Sports Physiotherapist to a variety of UK and International sporting organisations and is member of the International Cricket Council Medical Panel. He was National Lead Physiotherapist for the England and Wales Cricket Board from 2005 to 2009 and UK Athletics Chief Physiotherapist in 2009-10. Craig is also a Special Lecturer in Sports and Exercise Medicine at the University of Nottingham and has research interests are in the areas of lower back injury in fast bowlers, athlete musculo-skeletal profiling and injury surveillance.


    June 21st 2011 – Kettering Conference Centre
    Programme Outline
    Participants will gain a practical understanding of taping techniques commonly used in the management of sports injuries in the clinic and at the field of play. The application of a variety of taping materials will be practiced including rigid and elastic taping of key lower limb areas vulnerable to injury.

    9.00 Session 1

    Principles, Products and Precautions
    Tape Handling & Application
    Ankle
    Foot
    Leg

    Session 2

    Knee
    Patello-femoral
    Thigh, Hip & Groin
    Review and additional techniques
     
  4. RobinP

    RobinP Well-Known Member

    Thanks for this Ian.
    I had already looked at this course but I can't make it due to clinical commitments which was a shame as there were a couple of other potentially interesting things in the programme.

    Regards,

    Robin
     

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