This intermediate level online continuing education course is applicable for Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Occupational Therapists, and Athletic Trainers. This is an intermediate Level Occupational Therapy Process: evaluation, intervention. This course is designed for the participant to first review all the videos and written material and then practice the techniques. Please also take time to review the reference articles included. This will help correlate the presented material to the evidence-based resources.
This intermediate course provides step-by-step instruction for more than 20 taping techniques for the foot and ankle, knee, hip region, upper extremity and spine. The science of taping is presented in a manner that helps you identify when to apply specific taping techniques for particular musculoskeletal dysfunctions. You will understand when it is appropriate to utilize athletic tape as opposed to kinesiology taping techniques for specific disorders.
Taping techniques that are demonstrated and discussed include: 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 course to learn techniques for common athletic injury prevention and rehabilitation.
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Keith Christianssen, PT, ATC, MTC attended San Diego State University, where he majored in Athletic Training and earned an Athletic Training Certification. Keith went on to obtain his degree in Physical Therapy from Northwestern Medical School in Chicago, and a Certification in Manual Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in Florida. He is also a certified coach through USA Track and Field, is level II tactical certified in TRX training, and is working on a tactical strength and conditioning certification. For the past 20 years, Keith has taught nationally and internationally on the topics of joint mobilization, athletic training skills, biomechanics of the lower extremity, running, and orthotics fabrication.