Course curriculum

  • 1

    Origins, Principles, and Properties of Kinesiology Tape

    • Welcome To Kinesiology Taping - A Dermoneuromodulating Approach

    • A Little Introduction Before We Begin

    • What is Kinesiology Taping?

    • Why Use Kinesiology Tape?

  • 2

    Proposed Effects of Kinesiology Taping

    • Proposed Effects of Kinesiology Taping - Part 1

    • Proposed Effects of Kinesiology Taping - Part 2

    • Kinesiology Taping Terminology

    • Preparation of the Skin and Tape

    • Kinesiology Tape Strips and Tension

    • The Skin and Mechanoreceptors

    • Mechanoreceptors - Slowly Adapting Mechanoreceptors

    • Mechanoreceptors - Rapidly Adapting Mechanoreceptors

    • Touch and Pain Modulation

    • Application of Kinesiology Tape

    • Cutting an I-strip

    • Cutting a Y-strip and Fan-strip

    • Applying the Strip and Paper-off Tension

    • Adding Tension

    • Removing Tape and Contraindications

  • 3

    Practical Applications

    • Medial Plantar nerve application

    • Lateral Dorsal Cutaneous nerve application

    • Calcaneal Branches of Tibial Nerve

    • Saphenous Nerve

    • Medial Sural Cutaneous Nerve

    • Infrapatellar Branch of Saphenous Nerve

    • Anterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

    • Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

    • Obturator Nerve

    • Posterior Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

    • Clunial Nerves

    • Lumbar Dorsal Rami

    • Cervical Dorsal Rami

    • Supraclavicular Nerves

    • Axillary Nerve

    • Posterior and Inferior Lateral Brachial Cutaneous Nerve

    • Lateral and Posterior Cutaneous Nerves of the Forearm

    • Medial Cutaneous Nerve of the Forearm

    • Median Nerve

    • Thank You