MOTUS Soft Tissue & Kinesology Taping

June 7, 2014
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Location: Logan University G102


Instructors: David Parish, DC & Vince DeBono, DC

TUITION: $250 Regular Tuition
$225 Early Bird
$65 taping kit (required for all attendees)

Due to the ordering deadline for taping kits, registrations will not be accepted at door.

Logan University’s Postgraduate Department is proud to welcome this outstanding seminar to our campus. This 14-hour presentation, MOTUS Myofascial Therapy – Functional, Dynamic, Therapeutic: Utilizing instrument assisted soft tissue therapy and kinesiology taping – Advanced clinical applications, is being presented by Dr. David Parish. MOTUS Kinesiology Taping & Myofascial Therapy Course (MKTMT) is an extensive 14-hour “hands on” course that stresses practical applications that are easy to understand and easily implemented into a clinical setting. The MKTMT course is one of the first kinesiology taping methods to incorporate myofascial therapy correlated to the specific taping applications. It is designed for the practitioner (DC, PT, PTA, OT, OTA, ATC) who seeks extensive hands on training necessary to truly incorporate kinesiology taping with correlated soft tissue methods into their treatment arsenal. Unlike other elastic therapeutic taping courses, the MKTMT course will provide you with the protocols needed to successfully treat conditions from the acute (fluid flow) to sub-acute (repair) to rehabilitative (adaptation) stages of therapy through an easy to understand and even easier to follow teaching method. This concentrated hands-on 14-hour course was created by two of the leading elastic therapeutic practitioners in the world, with almost three decades of combined experience in kinesiology taping alone. Included in this comprehensive presentation are: therapeutic effects of the MOTUS Kinesiology Taping & Myofascial Therapy; assist/normalize fluid flow dynamics; assist/promote proper tissue repair; assist/drive tissue adaptation; elastic taping technique and myofascial therapy effects through cellular and receptor signaling systems; sensory feedback through taping and soft tissue techniques and the mechanisms that can alter motor input; cellular and receptor signaling in the repair and regeneration of soft tissue and how taping and soft tissue techniques affect these systems. The seminar consists of extensive demonstration and hands on practical procedures. Please note that a taping kit is required for this course.

This course is taught by David M. Parish, MS, DC, CSCS, DACBSP. Dr. Parish is a 1984 graduate of National College of Chiropractic. He holds a Master’s Degree in Leadership for Higher Education from Capella University. He is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, and the Director of the BIOFREEZE Center for Human Performance on the campus of Logan University. Dr. Parish has been a successful private practitioner, and is a well-respected instructor in postgraduate education. Please join him for this excellent presentation. Dr. Parish asks that all attendees dress appropriately for full body taping labs (shorts, loose clothing, etc.) 

 

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