K-Taping for Lower Limb
Date:20th August 2017
Time:9.00am - 5.00pm
Location:1 Pure Offices,
Lake View House
Warwick, CV34 6RG
Tutor:Consultant Mr Somuz Miah
BSc(PodM), Cert HTox, Dip Sp.I, PGC IP, CFPodM, MFPM RCPS(Glasg)
About the Course
Kinesio taping is used in the treatment of injured muscles and joints. Its elasticity means that it can be used to either prevent or encourage different movements, without applying substantial pressure which can obstruct circulation. The taping is applied over around the affected muscles in a stretched position, helping to relieve pain and inflammation.
This is an intensive one day workshop of kinesio taping for the lower limb, open to members and non members, HCPC registered practitioners and Foot Health Practitioners. The aim of this workshop is to introduce the benefits of kinesio taping for musculoskeletal problems of the lower limb.
The conditions Kinesio taping can treat are:
- Achilles tendinopathy
- Shin splints
- Ankle sprain
- Pain associated with flat feet
- Hallux Valgus (bunion) pain
This course covers theory and practical techniques to a variety of pathologies of lower limb problems.
Approved by The Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists
What does the course entail?
Will you be using human models?
It will involve hands on practical sessions on fellow colleagues
About the Tutor
Somuz is a qualified Sports Injury Practitioner (Diploma Sports injuries & Electro Therapy, 15 years), he updated his Certificate in K Taping about one year ago. He has been practising podiatry for over 17 years. Somuz is a Consultant Podiatrist Prescriber & Member of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons Glasgow.
Somuz has more than 12 years experience in teaching/training with qualifications `Certificate Teaching Skill EBM (Evidence Based Medicine), (NHS Westmidlands Deanery), & Level 3 Award in Education & Training Certification as well as IOCP`s award for `Outstanding Contribution Towards Education` (2015)
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