The K-Taping Pediatrics course is aimed to therapists and physicians in the field of pediatrics.
The K-Taping Pediatrics course introduces various basic techniques and associated combination techniques to indications that are frequently used in your professional everyday life. In addition, the basic techniques for lymphatic techniques and the application of Crosstape are presented and learned in practical exercises.
By participating the K-Taping Pediatrics course, you will get to know how to use the K-Taping Therapy for many diseases with following techniques:
- Muscle techniques
- Ligament techniques
- Correction techniques
- Fascia techniques
- Lymphatic techniques
K-Taping courses have a high practical share in which the participants practice the techniques at each other. The learning control takes place during the practical exercises by our experienced instructors. This will enable you to include the K-Taping Therapy in your treatment right after the course. The high-quality and detailed colored course book contains all presented techniques and indications and serves you after the course as extensive practical handbook.
The course requires anatomical and therapeutic knowledge. Participants should therefore have a therapeutic or medical education. Students undergoing training in therapeutic and medical careers may also attend the course.
The course fee includes the extensive color script as well as the K-Tape and Crosstape for the practical exercises.
In the K-Taping Pediatrics course, patient presentations are usually scheduled.
It is recommended to wear comfortable clothes for dressing and undressing during the practical exercises as well as to bring a towel to the underlay.
Basics and effects of K-Taping therapy
The basic techniques
Application of basic techniques, indication related combination rules, lymphatic techniques
Postural defects and damage
Ventral postural deficiency, Scapula alata, Leg axis correction, Knee hyperextension, Asymmetric malposition of the axis, Abdominal spiral, Scoliosis
Foot deformities, sickle-foot spastic, crescent-foot posture, kink-foot, clubfoot, heel-foot
Correction forearm, M. infraspinatus, correction of hand, plexus palsy example, triceps brachii muscle, scapula attachment, scar treatment with Crosstape, M. infraspinatus, arm spiral
Scar treatment with Crosstape
Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC)
Infantile cerebral palsy
Hemiparesis on the right
Toning gracilis muscle, detonating foot muscle, correcting foot
Before – afterwards
Adduction thumb, correction leg axis, torticollis, postural weakness, plexus palsy
Possibility of patient presentation
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM