So you’ve taken a tape class before right? Spent hours practicing tape jobs on your fellow attendees and now think you have this taping thing DOWN. You can stretch and slap tape on just about any part of the body and it’s second nature at this point—kinda like putting on a band-aid right?
What if I told you that there is a different kind of tape, with a different application that provides a superior result for your patients. Wouldn’t that be worth learning more about? Wouldn’t you want to take the time to invest in the proper training to really maximize this treatment tool for your patients?
Dynamic Tape is literally like a bungee chord or a rubber band applied to the body. If you wouldn’t feel comfortable taping a bungee chord on your patient, why would you think you can apply a highly elastic tape without any training? Sure, maybe you’ve viewed a few online videos but does that really equip you to begin applying this to your patients?
We think not.
Dynamic Tape hands-on workshops introduce you to the BioMechanical Taping Approach—taking into consideration the load and force required for proper joint movement. This highly elastic tape allows you to do things you can’t with kinesiology tape “band-aids.” It’s strong recoil and lack of a rigid end-point allow it to move in all 4 directions and consistently recoil back every time.
Dynamic Tape is a game changer and the BioMechanical Taping approach will change the way you approach using tape as part of rehab in your office. This 8hr hands-on course will equip you with the skills and practical application to be ready to tape patients on Monday morning for a variety of commonplace and complex conditions and complaints.
|Instructor||Todd Riddle, DC|
|About the Instructor||PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND SPECIALTIES • Diagnostic procedures, functional assessments and movement screening • Various spinal and extra-spinal manipulative therapies • Passive rehabilitation modalities • Functional, active rehabilitation techniques • Instrument-assisted soft tissue manipulation • Manual soft tissue manipulation • Kinesiology taping • Biomechanical taping • Strength and conditioning • Public speaking and professional education PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS • West Hartford Group • American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians • American Chiropractic Association • Texas Chiropractic Association • National Strength & Conditioning Association • American Kinesiotherapy Association PERSONAL INFORMATION • Born February 24, 1976 • Married, father of four children • All-State Quarterback 1993 (Ohio) • Attended University of Toledo; full-athletic scholarship • Two-sport letter winner in football and track • All-Conference Academic Athlete (Mid-American Conference) • Olympic lifting, functional training, hiking, bicycling, travel • Volunteer at local shelters and Habitat for Humanity • Quarterback skills development with local football athletes|
|Subject Breakdown||6 - BioMechanics 2 - Sports Medicine|
|Format||In person - Live|
|Course Outline||Course Outline-Biomechanical Taping Course 2018 (3).docx|
|Co-sponsor or Partner||Southeast Sports Seminars|