Further progressing practitioners’ skill set and understanding of the application of Dynamic Tape, Part B places a specific focus upon presentations associated to the spine and pelvis, in addition to Dynamic Tape’s use in respect to neural tissue.
The module will present the application of Dynamic Tape against a backdrop of contemporary aspects of pain science and patient education. Building on the biomechanical principles introduced within Part A, this module will deliver an in-depth exploration of the clinical reasoning logic that facilitates the successful integration of Dynamic Tape into clinical practice and performance settings.
Who’s it for?
Dynamic Tape courses are designed for registered medical health professionals such as physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, podiatrists, hand therapists, occupational therapists, Pilates instructors, sport rehabilitation therapists, and athletic trainers.
Comprising approximately 6.5 guided learning hours, this module can be attended as either virtual/live webinar session or as a face-to-face event. Course attendees are supported in their learning progression through direct interaction with the accredited tutor team, exploring underpinning concepts and their application with respect to the use of Dynamic Tape.
For added reassurance, attendees are assessed throughout the course using a range of practical demonstrations and learning checks designed to support the successful integration of the content into clinical practice and performance environments.
To ensure you get the most effective learning experience, learners must be physically able to participate as you will be required to participate in practical scenario-based training sessions.
- Learners must be at least 18 years old on the first day of the training
- Candidates need a basic command of English (defined as Level 2)*
- Learners must have completed ABTP Part A
*Or the local dialect in the case of international courses
- Certification fees
- Course material
Feedback on application of tape from Senior Dynamic Tape Accredited Tutors via video submission.
What will I learn?
Key learning outcomes are;
- Review and reinforce the understanding gained during Part A with respect to the fundamentals of the Dynamic Tape approach and its associated mechanisms
- Gain an enhanced understanding of the relationship between pain science, patient education, and the influence of biomechanical taping
- Gain an enhanced understanding of the factors influencing compromised load tolerance with respect to clinical presentations
- Display an understanding of the relationship between neural tissue (to include the ulnar, median nerve, sciatic, and femoral nerve), clinical presentations, and biomechanical taping
- Display an understanding of the relationship between presentations of the sacro-iliac joint/pelvis and biomechanical taping
- Display an ability to apply Dynamic Tape to help manage clinical presentations associated to the spine, the pelvis/sacro-iliac joint and the ulnar, median nerve, sciatic, and femoral nerve.
- Display an ability to clinically problem solve facilitated by a sound reasoning of the properties of biomechanical tape with respect to a range of presentations
- An exploration of next stages of development within the education/credentialing pathway