Changing soft tissue function will significantly help your patients regain mobility, strength and control, especially when used alongside your joint manipulation skills. Using IASTM and taping will get you immediate results which are obvious to both you and your patient.
This course will include the principles behind IASTM and kinesiology taping. They will be taught with a great focus on practical application rather than theoretical detail. You will understand when, why and how to use each technique and with a huge emphasis on pre- and post-testing, you can expect immediate and obvious changes in pain, range of movement and strength in the patient in front of you. Whilst you will learn a whole range of specific techniques which you can apply to your patients on Monday morning, the course is structured around using these as examples of the underlying principles.
The 3 questions you will learn to ask of any therapeutic intervention are:
1. What is the functional deficit I am trying to correct
2. Which technique and application is likely to achieve that
3. How can I immediately check that I got the result I was looking for
You will leave with a clear idea of what each technique will achieve in terms of functional outcome and therefore be able to make your own personal treatment plans based on the knowledge gained on this course. This means you will not have to keep consulting an IASTM or Taping manual! This is the course for people who like to think their way around a clinical problem rather than using a cookbook approach. This seminar is very practical and will give you new tools that you can immediately add to your existing toolbox – regardless of how you practice.
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Saturday 30 September
08.30 – 9.00 Registration
09.00 – 18.00 Seminar
Sunday 1 October
09.00 – 17.00 Seminar
A lunch buffet and coffee breaks including refreshments will be provided.
15 CPD points are awarded for this seminar by the European Academy of Chiropractic.
Donna Strachan graduated from the AECC in 2001 with a Master’s in Chiropractic. Donna began working with the English Institute of Sport in a lecturing and consultancy capacity in and has experience across a number of sports including England Rugby, British Athletics, England FA, British Dressage and British Skiing.
Donna worked at the Polyclinic within the Athlete’s Village at the London 2012 Olympics and the Polyclinic within the Athlete’s Village at the 2015 Baku European Games.
She has also undertaken a Performance Manager role for Global Cycling Network. Donna is currently chiropractor for Championship team Caldy Rugby RFU.
Ulrik Sandstrøm is in his 3rd season as 1st team chiropractor to Leicester City Football Club and spent 12 seasons as 1st team chiropractor at Leicester Tigers Rugby Club prior to this.
He has worked with a large range of elite athletes and clubs over 25 years and was part of the medical team at the London 2012 Olympic Games as well as chiropractic clinical lead at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
He is in high demand as an international lecturer delivering keynote presentations as well as practical workshops. Apart from his many sports and lecture commitments he runs private practices in Sheffield and Mansfield.
This seminar takes place at:
Van der Valk Hotel Amsterdam Zuidas
Tommaso Albinonistraat 200
1083 HM Amsterdam
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Van der Valk Hotel Amsterdam Zuidas, Amsterdam, Netherlands