COURSE SCHEDULE AND PROGRAMS

In the map below we have divided the various courses for professional areas giving the possibility to choose the course best suited to the different needs riabilitatave. The courses are articulated in:

  • Introductory courses, which provide the basic knowledge in its treatment or professional area
  • Courses of professional study, which can be accessed after attending an introductory course
  • In-depth mono thematic courses which are accessed without any prerequisities.

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Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

NMT Rehabilitation modules are a series of in-depth therapeutic taping seminar available for all professionals working in medicine. The seminar is a hands-on classroom experience that teaches this new taping methodology in physical rehabilitation specific to physical therapy rehab. NeuroMuscular Taping Institute’s surgery rehabilitation training programs detail the origin and development of this unique taping technique recently introduced to the USA, Asia, Africa e South America. The training program takes the participating student through the fundamentals of this clear cut treatment program giving each the necessary hands on guided instruction. In depth coverage of its efficacy together with overviews of anatomy and physiology which are the underlying theoretical background for this neuro/muscular/vascalolatory/postural method of taping specific for physical therapy. All courses are given by certified instructors who will clarify the NMT system of rehabilitation through guided application procedures, treatment protocols, case studies, and research giving the NMT practitioner an immediate and effective clinical tool. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of treatment techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications.

Recommended reading

  • NeuroMuscular Taping, from principals to practice, Edi Ermes Milan, Italy. ISBN: 978/88/7051/342/4. May 2012, English edition
  • NeuroMuscular Taping, treatment of edema, hematoma, and scarring, October 2013, Edi Ermes Milan, Italy. ISBN: 978-88-7051-377-6. English edition. Digital edition
  • NeuroMuscular Taping, from principals to practice, Edi Ermes Milan, Italy. ISBN: 978/88/7051/342/4. May 2012, English edition. Digital edition
  • NeuroMuscular Taping, treatment of edema, hematoma, and scarring, October 2013, Edi Ermes Milan, Italy. ISBN: 978-88-7051-377-6. English edition. Digital edition
  • Anatomy textbooks
  • Functional anatomy textbooks
  • Physical assessment
  • Clinical Neurophysiology

NeuroMuscular Taping Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Course Upper Extremity

  • CODE: NMT 4 / I °
  • DURATION: 2 days, for a total of 16 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

  • Learning of basic skills in the use of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) in rehabilitation in on-site and interactive training
  • Acquisition of manual skills and NMT specific application techniques in the field of motor rehabilitation.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (upper and lower extremities)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: To know the theory and the concepts underlying the NeuroMuscular Taping technique and to develop correctly the manual techniques foreseen during the course, in particular the application techniques of NeuroMuscular Taping in rehabilitation. The course has been studied and designed to broaden the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning skills fundamental to the NeuroMuscular Taping methodology.

Upper extremities and neck Rehabilitation Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Understand the history and development of NeuroMuscular Taping.
  • Understand the different application procedures related to the differing patient clinical objectives.
  • Review clinical objectives and neurophysiology mechanisms of specific NMT applications for the upper extremities
  • Understand the cutaneous anatomical components involved using NMT.
  • Review clinical objectives and the clear differences between acute, post acute and functional NMT treatment options.
  • Learn the mechanisms of action in the use of NMT for acute, chronic and neuropathological pain specific for the upper extremities.
  • Complete understanding of the differing application techniques and methods of tape cutting for differing physiological objectives.
  • Learn protocol treatment applications for common shoulder surgical rehabilitation conditions.
  • Learn the 6 NMT application techniques for improved outpatient and hospital clinical treatment specific for the upper extremities: muscular, tendon/ligament, neurosensory, postural, lymphatic and circulatory.

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended without the obligation of prerequisite NMT courses.

Day 1

  • Registration
  • Introduction NeuroMuscular Taping.
  • Difference between decompressive/compressive, eccentric/concentric, dilation/constriction
  • Characteristics of NMT.
  • Clinical Reasoning and techniques of application specific for the upper limb
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Deltoid – decompression/compression (0% tension)
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Trapezius upper – decompression (0% tension)
  • Therapeutic Effects of NMT
  • Characteristics of taping methods and Contraindications
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Trapezius middle – decompression/compression
  • Lab. Demonstration: Trapezius lower – decompression
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Hand flexors/extensors – decompression
  • Lunch Break
  • Techniques of Application
  • 1. Muscular
  • 2. Tendon/ligament
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Pectoralis + rhomboid– decompression, Flexor Hallucis Brevis – decompression
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Supraspinatus – decompression
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Biceps – decompression /compression (25% tension)
  • Techniques of Application
  • 1. Circulatory
  • 2. Neurosensor
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Sternocleidomastoid + spinale neck – decompression
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Scalenus
  • Lab. Demonstration: Triceps + teres major + teres minor + latissimus
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practise: Thumb arthritis in decompression. Acute and functional phase
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 2

  • Techniques of Application
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Lymphatic Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Anterior neck drainage
  • Lymphatic Lab. Demonstration: Lateral neck drainage, Lymphatic drainage Upper limb
  • Lymphatic Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Elbow – anterior/posterior drainage (acute phase)
  • Elbow epicondolitis – functional phase
  • Post Surgery Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Shoulder post surgery 1 – Drainage double fan technique
  • Shoulder double fan technique + trapezius superior
  • Post Surgery Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Shoulder post surgery 2 – deltoid + trapezius superior
  • Post Surgery Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Shoulder post surgery 3 – deltoid functional
  • Lunch break
  • Shoulder stability applications
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Shoulder deltoid in decompression – anterior, posterior, medial
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Shoulder deltoid in compression (25° flexion Shoulder)
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Upper limb neurological care
  • Review of Effective NeuroMuscular Taping Procedures
  • Current research
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Carpal tunnel – acute phase 5 strip fan, functional phase
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Rehabilitation of Trigger finger
  • Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Rehabilitation of Cervical herniation
  • Discussion, Case studies, Billing codes
  • Written examination
  • Practical examination
  • CEU documentation

Overview

The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in clinical situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use on the lower extremity. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

NeuroMuscular Taping Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Course Lower Extremity

  • CODE: NMT 2 / II°
  • DURATION: 2 days, for a total of 16 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

  • Learning of basic skills in the use of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) in rehabilitation in on-site and interactive training
  • Acquisition of manual skills and NMT specific application techniques in the field of motor rehabilitation.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (upper and lower extremities)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: To know the theory and the concepts underlying the NeuroMuscular Taping technique and to develop correctly the manual techniques foreseen during the course, in particular the application techniques of NeuroMuscular Taping in rehabilitation. The course has been studied and designed to broaden the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning skills fundamental to the NeuroMuscular Taping methodology.

Lower extremities and back Rehabilitation Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Understand the history and development of NeuroMuscular Taping.
  • Understand the different application procedures related to the differing patient clinical objectives.
  • Review clinical objectives and neurophysiology mechanisms of specific NMT applications for the lower extremities
  • Understand the cutaneous anatomical components involved using NMT.
  • Review clinical objectives and the clear differences between acute, post acute and functional NMT treatment options.
  • Learn the mechanisms of action in the use of NMT for acute, chronic and neuropathological pain specific for the lower extremities.
  • Complete understanding of the differing application techniques and methods of tape cutting for differing physiological objectives.
  • Learn protocol treatment applications for common knee surgical rehabilitation conditions.
  • Learn the 6 NMT application techniques for improved outpatient and hospital clinical treatment specific for the lower extremities: muscular, tendon/ligament, neurosensory, postural, lymphatic and circulatory.

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended without the obligation of prerequisite NMT courses.

Day 1

    • Registration
    • Introduction NeuroMuscular Taping.
    • Difference between decompressive/compressive, eccentric/concentric, dilation/constriction
    • Characteristics of NMT.
    • Clinical Reasoning and techniques of application
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Achilles tendon – decompression/compression (0% tension)
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Gastrocnemius – decompression (0% tension)
    • Demonstration: Soleus Muscle – decompression
    • Therapeutic Effects of NMT
    • Characteristics of taping methods and Contraindications
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Quadriceps Femoris – decompression/compression
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Hamstring Muscles Application I – decompression, Hamstring Muscles Application 2 – decompression
    • Lunch Break
    • Muscular
    • Tendon/ligament
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Extensor Hallucis Longus – decompression, Flexor Hallucis Brevis – decompression
    • Techniques of Application – Lumbar/Postural
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Lumbar – Type 1 – decompression
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Lumbar – Type 2 – decompression. Lumbar herniation.
    • Techniques of Application
      • Circulatory
      • Neurosensor
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Rectus Abdominis – decompression, Piriformis
    • Demonstration and individual practice: Adductor Muscles Application I – Adductor Muscles Application 2
    • Demonstration and individual practise: Tensor Fasciae Latae, Iliopsoas – Psoas Major
    • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 2

  • Techniques of Application
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Lymphatic Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Drainage lower limb
  • Lymphatic Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Achilles tendon
  • Lymphatic Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Drainage Posterior knee
  • Post Surgery Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Knee post surgery 1 – Drainage inguinal
  • Post Surgery Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Knee post surgery 2
  • Post Surgery Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Knee post surgery 3
  • Lunch break
  • Joint applications Lab. Demonstration and individual practice: Knee stability
  • Tendon applications
  • Demonstration and individual practice: Plantar Fasciitis
  • Review of Effective NeuroMuscular Taping Procedures
  • Current research
  • Demonstration and individual practice: Hallux Valgus
  • Demonstration and individual practice: Rehabilitation of Ankle Sprain – 1
  • Demonstration and individual practice: Rehabilitation of Ankle Sprain – 2
  • Discussion, Case studies
  • Written examination
  • Practical examination

Overview

The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in clinical situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use on the lower extremity. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

NeuroMuscular Taping Rehabilitation Advanced Orthopedic

  • CODENMTC-P.Orth4 / I °
  • DURATION: 4 days, for a total of 32 hours T
  • ARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

To provide a high degree of treatment specialization in post surgical care. Patient management will be covered in acute and post-acute phase after trauma and orthopedic surgery. The course consists of the theoretical development of the NeuroMuscular Taping method, evaluation and treatment of specific therapeutic targets. Also covered is scar treatment and a practical part that allows the participant to develop manual skills, evaluation skills in their application of NeuroMuscular Taping at various stages of treatment. Skills and specific abilities will help the NMT therapist improve the patient’s mobility, reduce swelling and edema, reduce painful symptoms and reduce scar adhesion. The therapist will also learn new techniques in mobilization, improve posture, helping the patient to become more independent in their daily activity improving their quality of life.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (Orthopedic rehabilitation specialization)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The purpose of the specialization training project is to acquire high level rehabilitation skills in the use of NeuroMuscular Taping in on-site, dynamic and interactive training. The courses of the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute allow the participant to acquire the necessary manual skills and techniques of the innovative method, used to manage the pediatric patient’s recovery from acute, post-acute and function phases in trauma and orthopedic conditions. The applications that are covered are commonly used during the various stages of rehabilitation, following a clear methodology aimed to remove the congestion of body fluids, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle spasticity, reduce muscle tension, musculoskeletal pain and improve the bodies capacity of healing. Correct applications will improve the contraction/elasticity ratio, increase and improve the joint mobility and neuro-muscular coordination. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of application techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications. The NMT classroom setting is 90% practical and 10% theoretical.

Objectives

Orthopedic Rehabilitation NeuroMuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Know the theory and concepts behind NeuroMuscular Taping, learn fundamental techniques and be able to structure and to clinically fully apply techniques creating often immediate positive effects in orthopedic conditions.
  • Know the mechanisms and means of action of NeuroMuscular Taping in central and peripheral nervous system diseases.
  • Acquire manual skills and techniques in Taping treatment methods useful in patient management.
  • Know the indications and contraindications.
  • Develop and build NMT construction applications and set the correct treatment progression.
  • Evaluate the correct integration of NMT with other treatment methods available in the development of rehabilitation strategies useful to optimize patient’s motor recovery.
  • Use NMT as a supplementary tool facilitating and emphasizing rehabilitation in the management of patients with muscle, tendon and nerve lesions.
  • Principles of treatment in skin graffs and nerve lesions
  • NMT Evidence Base Medicine (EBM)

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended with obligation of completing prerequisite NMT upper and lower extremity courses.

NMT Orthopedic and Surgical Rehabilitation

Day 1

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

Post surgical rehabilitation: physical examination to therapeutic strategy

NeuroMuscular Taping targets trauma and orthopedic surgery of the lower limb:

  • Treatment principles in compound and simple fractures and trauma of the lower limb
  • Compression and decompression techniques
  • Examples of applications in post surgical rehabilitation (demonstration and practical implementation). Clinical reasoning on the progression of applications in the lower limb:
  • Meniscectomie, ACL
  • Patellar tendon and knee ligament injuries
  • Patellar, femoral and tibial fractures
  • Toe, foot and ankle surgery (hallux valgus, lower limb external stabilizers)
  • Achilles tendon reconstruction
  • Flat feet treatment principal
  • Amputations above the knee and below the knee, toe amputations
  • NMT treatment protocol of lower limb phantom pain
  • Clubfoot pre and post surgery
  • NMT Activation methodology
  • Demonstrations with patients in plenary
  • Discussion
  • Analysis of case studies and ongoing research 

Day 2

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

Post surgical rehabilitation: physical examination to the therapeutic strategy of the upper limb surgery

  • NMT shoulder surgical rehabilitation and scar treatment
  • Aim: Management of patients in acute and post ​​- acute phases in trauma and orthopedic surgery of the shoulder. NeuroMuscular Taping applications in various stages of treatment of the shoulder after surgery.
  • Clinical reasoning in the progression of NMT applications on the upper limb:
  • General Pathology of shoulder surgery and principles of shoulder rehabilitation treatment management
  • Conservative treatment of adhesive capsulitis, rotator cuff injury, shoulder instability and osteoarthritis
  • Rehabilitation treatment of post surgical adhesive capsulitis, rotator cuff and ligament tearing, shoulder instability, and osteoarthritis
  • NMT application methods of drainage and treatment principles in after surgery care
  • Application methods in the acute phase (0-6 days after surgery)
  • Application methods for post-acute phase (6-35 days after surgery)
  • Application methods being functional rehabilitation (> 45 days after surgery)
  • Shoulder surgery (tendon and ligament repair and reconstruction, stabilization)
  • Amputations of the arm above the elbow
  • Principles of treatment of surgical scars
  • NMT Activation methodology
  • Patient demonstrations and clinical application in plenary
  • Discussion

Day 3

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

Post surgical rehabilitation: physical examination to the therapeutic strategy of the upper limb

  • NeuroMuscular Taping applications at various stages of treatment of the hand and elbow after surgery
  • General Pathology of elbow surgery and principles of rehabilitation management
  • Conservative treatment of elbow instability and Osteoarthritis
  • Rehabilitation treatment of post surgical elbow fracture, elbow instability, radial fracture, radial and ulnar nerve compression, osteoarthritis, traumatic fractures and endoprosthesis
  • Rehabilitation treatment of post surgical clavicular, humerus and scapula fractures
  • Rehabilitation treatment of hand surgery: carpal tunnel, rizoartrosi, De Quervain syndrome, tendon and muscle sutures, fractures, tendon repair
  • Amputations of the arm below the elbow, of the hand and fingers
  • NMT treatment protocol of upper limb phantom pain
  • Treatment principles of surgical scars
  • Examples of applications in post surgical rehabilitation (demonstration and practical implementation)
  • NMT Activation methodology
  • Analysis of case studies and ongoing research

Day 4

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • NeuroMuscular Taping and Practical applications: lumbar stabilizzation and scar treatment
  • Clinical reasoning on the NMT applications on the spine: herniated discs, stabilization, spacers and vertebral prostheses
  • Improving core stability and pain reduction
  • Spinal stenosis and chronic long term sciatic pain syndromes
  • The position and condition of scars: abdomen, chest, lower back, neck, upper limbs, lower limbs
  • Analysis of the type of skin and assessment of the scar diagnosis
  • Treatment surface and superficial adhesion
  • Treatment of deep adherence
  • Application method of drainage and treatment principles
  • Scar treatment application methods in the acute phase
  • Scar treatment application methods in post acute
  • Long term chronic scarring and mobility
  • Contraindications and caution
  • NMT Scar Activation methodology
  • Application methods for improving the functional rehabilitation of the limb
  • Discussion
  • Written and practical test

Overview

the technical and manual skills provided during the course. In particular the application techniques of neuromuscular taping as part of physical rehabilitation for pediatric patients with neurological and orthopedic conditions. The course has been developed and designed to expand the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning methods of neuromuscular taping. All courses are extremely popular because they provide a high level of learning and student and professional satisfaction. The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in training situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use pediatric conditions. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

NeuroMuscular Taping Rehabilitation Advanced Neurology

  • CODENMTC-P.Neuro 4 / I °
  • DURATION: 4 days, for a total of 32 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

  • Learning of basic skills in the use of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) in rehabilitation in on-site and interactive training
  • Acquisition of manual skills and NMT specific application techniques in the field of motor rehabilitation.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (Neuro rehabilitation specialization)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The purpose of the specialization training project is to acquire high level rehabilitation skills in the use of NeuroMuscular Taping in on-site, dynamic and interactive training. The courses provided by the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute allow the participant to acquire the necessary manual skills and techniques of this innovative method, used to manage patient’s recovery from acute, post-acute and function phases in neurological trauma and neurological degenerative diseases. The applications that are covered are commonly used during the various stages of rehabilitation, following a clear methodology aimed to remove the congestion of body fluids, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle spasticity, reduce muscle tension and musculoskeletal pain and treat the origins of neuropathologic pain. Correct applications will improve the contraction/elasticity ratio, increase and improve joint mobility and neuro-muscular coordination. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of application techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications. The NMT classroom setting is 90% practical and 10% theoretical. 

Objectives

Neurological Rehabilitation Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Know the theory and concepts behind NeuroMuscular Taping, learn fundamental techniques and be able to structure and to clinically fully apply techniques creating often immediate positive effects in patients with neurological disease.
  • Know the mechanisms and means of action of NeuroMuscular Taping in central and peripheral nervous system diseases.
  • Acquire manual skills and techniques in Taping treatment methods useful in patient management of hemiplegia, parkinsonian and facial nerve paralysis.
  • Know the indications and contraindications.
  • Develop and build NMT construction applications and set the correct treatment progression.
  • Evaluate the correct integration of NMT with other treatment methods available in the development of rehabilitation strategies useful to optimize patient’s motor recovery.
  • Use NMT as a supplementary tool facilitating and emphasizing rehabilitation in the management of patients with nerve lesions.
  • Principles of treatment in central lesions
  • NMT Evidence Base Medicine (EBM)

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended without the obligation of prerequisite NMT courses.

NMT Neuro Rehabilitation

Day 1

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Neurophysiological theory, kinesiological and biomechanical proprioceptive action of NMT
  • The concept of eccentric taping and decompression
  • NMT Techniques covering eccentric and biomechanical taping for the facilitation of lengthening of neuromuscular chain.
  • Effective possibilities of NeuroMuscular Taping in neuro-rehabilitation. Taping for central and peripheral nervous system neuromuscular disease

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • Indications and contraindications
  • The Hemiplegic syndrome: Evaluation, rehabilitation strategies and applications used for patient hemiplegic motor recovery. Clinical reasoning on the progression of the applications in the upper limb: syndrome shoulder, elbow, hand hemiplegic

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Specific applications for motor hemiplegic patterns of ‘upper limb in covering hypertonic, flaccidity and motion models.
  • Application and treatment protocols with NeuroMuscular Taping:
  • Back and neck
  • Shoulder and brachial plexus

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • extensors and flexors hand and wrist
  • Drainage or hand and axilla
  • Drainage upper limb edema with results from immobility
  • Management of the patient with stroke outcome in the recovery of the function
  • Observation of practical cases of neurological diseases
  • Clinical case (hemiplegia with upper limb spasticity)

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 2

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Clinical reasoning on the progression of the applications in the lower limb: hip and knee mobility, ankle and foot rigidity.
  • The Hemiplegic syndrome: Evaluation, rehabilitation strategies and applications used for patient inferior motor recovery hemiplegic limb. Application-specific motor patterns of ‘inferior limb in’
    • hypertonic
    • flaccidity
    • motion models

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • Application and treatment protocols with neuromuscular taping:
  • Back and core stability
  • Posterior lower limb muscle chain
  • Dropped foot syndrome

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Hyperextension of the knee
  • Lymphatic drainage of the lower limb
  • Observation of practical cases of neurological diseases
  • Clinical case (hemiplegia with lower limb spasticity). Demonstrations application of patients

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • Management of the lower limb with plegia
  • Management of the lower limb with paresi
  • Management of the patient with stroke

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 3

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Neuromuscular Taping: concepts, theory and application techniques for treatment of Parkinsons, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis and other degenerative disease rehabilitation.
  • Treatment of eccentric muscle stimulation to improve muscle elasticity and evaluation and rehabilitation strategies and applications used for patient Parkinsonian motor recovery

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • Application method of drainage and treatment principles
  • Application methods being on/off, methods in phase of hyper/hypokinesia and core stability. NMT effects on the patient’s posture and spinal evaluation

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Application methods during functional rehabilitation. Observation and segmental structures rating of the cervical spine, dorsal/ upper limb and lumbar/lower limb to process application strategies of NMT
  • Contraindications and caution
  • Application methods being functional rehabilitation: upper limb – applications decompression arm and neck, Lower limb – decompression applications

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • Applications lumbar leg and hip, trunk and thoracic applications to improve respiratory capacity and swallowing
  • Rehabilitation after spinal surgery (demonstration and practical implementation). Clinical reasoning sull’applicazioni in the spine: herniated discs, stabilization, spacers and vertebral prostheses with outcomes of motor dysfunction in the upper limb and lower

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 4

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Introduction: NMT treatment of facial paralysis. cranial nerves, the facial nerve
  • Anatonomy, Etiology, Clinical manifestations and Semiotics, classification and functional tests
  • Clinical evaluation, observation and treatment principles with NMT (physical examination to therapeutic strategy)

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • Cerebral vascular lesions, head injuries and fractures of the petrous, lesions of the mastoid foramen stylus, compressions on the level of cerebellar (tumors), polyneuropathy, viral diseases, compressions and/or ischemia of the canal in the temporal bone
  • Analysis of the musculature of the three fulcrums and the related lines of skin elasticity
  • Practical applications on the muscles of the upper pivot point: m.epicranico, m.corrugatore eyebrow, m.procero, m.orbicolare eye (p.palpebrale and orbicularis)

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Applications of core muscles of the lower mouth and jaw. M.elevatore common sup lip and wing of the nose, mouth sup.della m.elevatore angle, m.zigomatico, m.risorio, M.orbicolare mouth, m.buccinatore, m.depressore of the mouth, m.depressore of the lower lip, m.platisma
  • Influence of NMT applications on the muscles innervated by n. trigeminal

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • Activation NMT techniques with manual mobilization and patient self-management
  • Indepth practical application techniques, clinical reasoning on the combinations of applications
  • Learning assessment

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers
  • Written assessments and practice test
  • Final evaluation, and certification

SUMMARY – certified protocols in neurologic treatment:

Upper extremity

  • NMTC ST#U1   Stroke Shoulder Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#U2   Stroke Elbow Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#U3   Stroke Hand and fingers Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#U4   Stroke shoulder sub-luxation Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#U5   Stroke neck Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#U6   Stroke Trapezius Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#D2   Stroke Lymphatic Drainage upper limb Syndrome

Lower extremity

  • NMTC-ST#L1   Stroke Achilles Tendon Gastronemius Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#L2   Stroke Foot flexors Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#L3   Stroke Adductors Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#L4   Stroke Knee Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#L5   Stroke Hyper extension Knee Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#L6   Stroke Hip Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#L7   Stroke dropped foot Syndrome
  • NMTC-ST#L8   Stroke lumbar core stability
  • NMTC-ST#D1   Stroke Syndrome Lymphatic drainage leg

Face

  • NMTC-ST#F1   Stroke Forehead
  • NMTC-ST#F2   Stroke Temporal
  • NMTC-ST#F3   Stroke Mouth/Orbiccolare
  • NMTC-ST#F4   Stroke Tongue
  • NMTC-ST#F5   Stroke Tragus
  • NMTC-ST#F6   Stroke Massetter

NeuroMuscular Taping Rehabilitation Advanced Pediatric

  • CODENMTC-P.Ped 4 / I °
  • DURATION: 4 days, for a total of 32 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

  • Learning of basic skills in the use of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) in rehabilitation in on-site and interactive training
  • Acquisition of manual skills and NMT specific application techniques in the field of motor rehabilitation.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (Pediatric rehabilitation specialization)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The purpose of the specialization training project is to acquire high level rehabilitation skills in the use of NeuroMuscular Taping in on-site, dynamic and interactive training. The courses of the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute allow the participant to acquire the necessary manual skills and techniques of the innovative method, used to manage the pediatric patient’s recovery from acute, post-acute and function phases in neurological trauma, birth defects neurological degenerative diseases, trauma and orthopedic conditions. The applications that are covered are commonly used during the various stages of rehabilitation, following a clear methodology aimed to remove the congestion of body fluids, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle spasticity, reduce muscle tension, musculoskeletal pain and improve the bodies capacity of healing. Correct applications will improve the contraction/elasticity ratio, increase and improve the joint mobility and neuro-muscular coordination. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of application techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications. The NMT classroom setting is 90% practical and 10% theoretical.

Objectives

Pediatric Neuroriabilitative Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Know the theory and concepts behind NeuroMuscular Taping, learn fundamental techniques and be able to structure and to clinically fully apply techniques creating often immediate positive effects in pediatric patients with neurological disease.
  • Know the mechanisms and means of action of NeuroMuscular Taping in central and peripheral nervous system diseases.
  • Acquire manual skills and techniques in Taping treatment methods useful in pediatric patient management of hemiplegia, CP, tetraplegia, premature birth defects, and facial and peripheral nerve paralysis.
  • Know the indications and contraindications.
  • Develop and build NMT construction applications and set the correct treatment progression.
  • Evaluate the correct integration of NMT with other treatment methods available in the development of rehabilitation strategies useful to optimize patient’s motor recovery.
  • Use NMT as a supplementary tool facilitating and emphasizing rehabilitation in the management of patients with nerve lesions.
  • Principles of treatment in central lesions
  • NMT Evidence Base Medicine (EBM)

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended without the obligation of prerequisite NMT courses.

NMT Pediatric Rehabilitation

Day 1

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Theoretical Introduction to NeuroMuscular Taping technique (NMT)
  • Neurophysiological theory, kinesiological and biomechanical proprioceptive action of NMT
  • The concept of eccentric taping and decompression
  • NMT Techniques covering eccentric and biomechanical taping for the facilitation of lengthening of neuromuscular chain.
  • Effective possibilities of NeuroMuscular Taping in neuro-rehabilitation. Taping for central and peripheral nervous system neuromuscular disease

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • The CP and Hemiplegic syndrome: Evaluation, rehabilitation strategies and applications used for patient hemiplegic motor recovery. Clinical reasoning on the progression of the applications in the upper limb: neurological syndrome of the shoulder, elbow, hand.
  • Specific applications for motor patterns of upper limb in covering hypertonic, flaccidity and motion models.

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Application and treatment protocols with NeuroMuscular Taping:
  • Back and neck, neck stability, dropped head.
  • Eye focusing and visual recognition
  • Shoulder and brachial plexus, Upper limb: shoulder pathology in the acute phase, post acute and functional dysfunction of the shoulder joint, obstetric brachial plexus Palsy.

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • Extensors and flexors hand and wrist, hand/spastic deficit distal and proximal, treatment of muscle and tendon retractions of the upper limb
  • Drainage or hand and axilla
  • Drainage upper limb edema with results from immobility
  • Management of the patient with premature birth defects outcome in the recovery of the function
  • Management of Hydrocephalus, Arnold-Chiari malformation
  • Observation of practical cases of neurological diseases. Clinical case (hemiplegia with upper limb spasticity)

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 2

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Clinical reasoning on the progression of the applications in the lower limb: hip and knee mobility, ankle and foot rigidity.
  • The CP and Hemiplegic syndrome: Evaluation, rehabilitation strategies and applications used for patient inferior motor recovery hemiplegic limb. Application-specific motor patterns of ‘inferior limb in’
    • hypertonic
    • flaccidity
    • motion models

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • Application and treatment protocols with neuromuscular taping:
    • Back and core stability
    • Hip and pelvis motion stability
    • Posterior lower limb muscle chain

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Dropped foot syndrome, club foot and CP.
  • Hyperextension of the knee, Knee stability, tibial axis correction patellar knee valgus /varus
  • Lymphatic drainage of the lower limb
  • Activation of the Tibial muscle group to improve foot mobility

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • Observation of practical cases of neurological diseases
  • Management of the lower limb with plegia
  • Management of the lower limb with paresi
  • Management of Spina Bifida
  • Clinical case (CP with lower limb spasticity). Demonstrations application of patients

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 3

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Theoretical Introduction to NeuroMuscular Taping technique (NMT)
  • Neurophysiological theory, kinesiological and biomechanical proprioceptive action of NMT
  • The concept of eccentric taping and decompression
  • NMT Techniques covering eccentric and biomechanical taping for the facilitation of lengthening of neuromuscular chain.
  • Effective possibilities of NeuroMuscular Taping in neuro-rehabilitation. Taping for central and peripheral nervous system neuromuscular disease

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • NeuroMuscular Taping targets trauma and orthopedic surgery of the lower limb:
  • Treatment principles in compound and simple fractures and trauma of the lower limb
  • Compression and decompression techniques
  • Examples of applications in post surgical rehabilitation (demonstration and practical implementation).

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Clinical reasoning on the progression of applications in the lower limb:
  • Patellar, femoral and tibial fractures
  • Toe, foot and ankle surgery (hallux valgus, lower limb external stabilizers)
  • Pediatric Flat feet/fallen arch treatment principal
  • Congenital clubfoot conservative treatment (casting/NMT) and post surgery treatment

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • Stability of the pelvis
  • Treatment of retractions leg muscle tendon, children walkers on the tips
  • Scoliosis
  • Integration methods: orthoses and NeuroMuscular Taping
  • NMT Activation methodology
  • Demonstrations with patients in plenary

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 4

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Orthopedic and post-surgical rehabilitation: physical examination to the therapeutic strategy of the upper limb
  • NeuroMuscular Taping applications at various stages of treatment of the hand and elbow fractur after surgery
  • Examples of applications in post surgical rehabilitation (demonstration and practical implementation).

10:30-10:45am                        Break

10:45-12:30am

  • Clinical reasoning on the progression of applications in the upper limb:
  • Rehabilitation treatment of post surgical clavicular, humerus and scapula fractures
  • Rehabilitation treatment of hand surgery: tendon and muscle sutures, fractures, tendon repair

12:30-1:30pm              Lunch

1:30-3:30pm

  • Torcicolis and neck muscles: the anterior scalene and posterior sternocleidomastoid, paravertebral / cervical angle of the scapula
  • Thorsacic/neck posture
  • Bells palsy
  • Breathing and nocturnal apnea

3:30-3:45pm                Break

3:45-5:30pm

  • Integration methods: orthoses and NeuroMuscular Taping
  • Treatment principles of surgical scars
  • Examples of applications in post surgical rehabilitation (demonstration and practical implementation)
  • NMT Activation methodology
  • Analysis of case studies and ongoing research

5:30-5:45pm

  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Summary – certified protocols in NMT pediatric treatment:

Upper extremity

  • NMTC CP#U1 CP Shoulder Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#U2 CP Elbow Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#U3 CP Hand and fingers Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#U4 CP shoulder sub-luxation Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#U5 CP neck Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#D2 CP Lymphatic Drainage upper limb Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#DS-P Hypotonia prox. shoulder (humeral dystrophy)
  • NMTC-PO#P: Obstetric brachial plexus Palsy
  • NMTC-TC#P: Twist neck pediatric torcicolis

Lower extremity

  • NMTC-CP#L1 CP Achilles Tendon Gastronemius Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#L2 CP Foot flexors Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#L3 CP Adductors Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#L4 CP Knee Hyper extension Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#L5 CP Knee development Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#L6 CP Hip/pelvis mobility
  • NMTC-DI#P Deficit lateral stability of the pelvis (diplegia)
  • NMTC-CP#L7 CP dropped foot Syndrome
  • NMTC-CP#L8 CP lumbar core stability
  • NMTC-PT#P: Congenital clubfoot

Face

  • NMTC-CP#F1 CP Forehead
  • NMTC-CP#F9 CP eye focusing protocol
  • NMTC-CP#F2 CP Temporal
  • NMTC-CP#F3 CP Mouth/Orbiccolare
  • NMTC-CP#F4 CP Tongue

Overview

the technical and manual skills provided during the course. In particular the application techniques of neuromuscular taping as part of physical rehabilitation for pediatric patients with neurological and orthopedic conditions. The course has been developed and designed to expand the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning methods of neuromuscular taping. All courses are extremely popular because they provide a high level of learning and student and professional satisfaction. The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in training situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use pediatric conditions. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

NeuroMuscular Taping Rehabilitation Sport Medicine

  • CODE: NMTC-SPM 4 / I °
  • DURATION: 4 days, for a total of 32 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

 

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

To provide a high degree of treatment specialization in sport trauma care. Patient management will be covered in acute and post-acute phase after trauma and orthopedic surgery. The course consists of the theoretical development of the NeuroMuscular Taping method, evaluation and treatment of specific therapeutic targets. Also covered is muscle, tendon and nerve lesion treatment and a practical part that allows the participant to develop manual skills, evaluation skills in their application of NeuroMuscular Taping at various stages of treatment. Skills and specific abilities will help the NMT therapist improve the patient’s mobility, reduce swelling and edema, reduce painful symptoms and reduce scar adhesion. The therapist will also learn new techniques in mobilization, improve posture, helping the patient to become to return to their daily and professional sporting activity improving their quality of life.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (Sport Trauma rehabilitation specialization)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The purpose of the specialization training project is to acquire high level rehabilitation skills in the use of NeuroMuscular Taping in on-site, dynamic and interactive training. The courses of the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute allow the participant to acquire the necessary manual skills and techniques of the innovative method, used to manage the sporting patient’s recovery from acute, post-acute and function phases in trauma and prevent muscle tearing and lesions. The applications that are covered are commonly used during the various stages of rehabilitation, following a clear methodology aimed to remove the congestion of body fluids, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle fatigue, reduce muscle tension, musculoskeletal pain and improve the bodies capacity of healing. Correct applications will improve the contraction/elasticity ratio, increase and improve the joint mobility and neuro-muscular coordination during sporting activity. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of application techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications. The NMT classroom setting is 90% practical and 10% theoretical.

Objectives

Sport Trauma Riabilitative Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Know the theory and concepts behind NeuroMuscular Taping, learn fundamental techniques and be able to structure and to clinically fully apply techniques creating often immediate positive effects in sport trauma conditions.
  • Know the mechanisms and means of action of NeuroMuscular Taping in central and peripheral nervous system diseases.
  • Acquire manual skills and techniques in Taping treatment methods useful in patient management in every phase of rehabilitation.
  • Know the indications and contraindications.
  • Develop and build NMT construction applications and set the correct treatment progression.
  • Evaluate the correct integration of NMT with other treatment methods available in the development of rehabilitation strategies useful to optimize patient’s sporting recovery.
  • Use NMT as a supplementary tool facilitating and emphasizing rehabilitation in the management of patients with muscle, tendon and nerve lesions.
  • Principles of treatment in muscle trauma and supporting recovery of lesions
  • NMT Evidence Base Medicine (EBM)

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended with obligation of completing prerequisite NMT upper and lower extremity courses.

NMT SPORT Trauma Rehabilitation

Day 1

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Advanced NMT Sport Trauma Techniques: Corrective, jpoint correction and stability, Tendon elasticity and post trauma regeneration, decompression techniques.
  • Traumatic pathology of the lower limb:
    • acute sprain of the knee
    • ACL injury – anterior cruciate ligament sprain
    • management of functional rehabilitation after knee injury
    • bursitis of the knee
    • injury of the medial collateral knee meniscal syndrome (MCL)
    • lateral ligament sprain (LCL)
    • patellar tendinitis
    • pathology the patellofemoral joint
    • patella tracking
  • Knee educational applications and practices:
  • Medial cartilage meniscus injury, iliotibial bendelletta syndrome, knee synovial plica syndrome, Osgood schlatter, patella chondromalacia, Retrocalcaneal bursitis, anterior compartment syndrome and hematoma, goose foot tendonitis, cyclist or runner’s knee, distraction of the femoral quadriceps, patella subluxation, patella hypercompression.
  • Ankle educational applications and practices:
  • lesion of the achilles tendon, achilles tendon rupture and post surgical rehabilitation, achilles tendon tendonitis, calf strain and cramping, shin splints, peroneal tendonitis
  • Discussion

Day 2

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Ankle sprain – the 4 levels of spain and NMT rehab. in 4 phases of treatment
  • Foot educational applications and practices:
    • Plantar faciitis, calcaneal fracture, Heel trauma and bruising, athletes foot, heel spur, metatarsal fracture and stress, foot extensors tendonitis, neuroma morton, Calcaneal spur, toe nail trauma and bunions.
  • Thigh muscle NMT 3 phase treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • Thigh strain, quadriceps muscle tearing, contusion, hamstring strain, biceps tearing, post surgery rehab., adductors contusion and strain
  • Groin muscle NMT 3 phase treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • Groin strain, ileopsoas muscle strain, contusion, groin hernia, Gilmores groin, the rectus abdominis, , the psoas
  • Lower back and pelvis NMT treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • lombalgia , myofascial pain , distortion of the sacroiliac joint , acute low back pain on exertion , herniated discs, sciatica, Hip arthritis, inflammation of the sacral plexus
  • Principlas of lower extremity muscle lesion treatment
  • Sport activity pain and lower limb muscle fatigue reduction
  • Discussion

Day 3

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Advanced NMT Sport Trauma Techniques: Corrective, jpoint correction and stability, Tendon elasticity and post trauma regeneration, decompression techniques.
  • Traumatic pathology of the upper limb
  • Shoulder NMT treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • shoulder multiaxial instability, shoulder sprain, acute dislocation of the shoulder and management and rehabilitation after shoulder dislocation, shoulder bursitis, shoulder post-operative treatment, frozen shoulder, adhesive capsulitis, dysfunctions of the shoulder joint, impingement syndrome, subacromial impingement syndrome, shoulder multi directional instability
  • Elbow NMT treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • elbow hyperextension, elbow fracture, elbow epicondolytis, medial and lateral, biceps tendonitis, elbow strain, recostruction of elbow tendon, bursitis of the elbow, compression of the radial ulnar and medial nerve
  • Discussion

Day 4

8:00-8:30am                Registration

8:30-10:30am

  • Thorasic and rib cage NMT treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • injury condro rib, sternum clavicular dislocation, thoracic outlet syndrome ,
  • Hand and wrist NMT treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • Wrist sprain, wrist fracture, scaphooid fracture, thumb sprain, finger fracture, finger joint stress and overuse, de Quervain ‘s disease, distraction flexor fractured wrist, finger snapping, hand operating post fracture, wrist immobilizzation, suddek
  • Head and Neck NMT treatments – educational applications and practices:
    • Neck strain, torcicolis, post concussion syndrome, nose bleeding and fracture, concussion, cifosi, cervical herniation, inflammation of the brachial plexus
  • Principlas of upper extremity muscle lesion treatment
  • Overview Neuromuscular Taping specific sports situations (pre and post-race), general NMT sport training concepts, theory and application techniques
  • Application Principles for upper extremity muscle injuries – acute, post – acute and functional rehabilitation
  • Sport activity pain and upper limb muscle fatigue reduction
  • Discussion
  • Written and practical test

Overview

the technical and manual skills provided during the course. In particular the application techniques of neuromuscular taping as part of physical rehabilitation for pediatric patients with neurological and orthopedic conditions. The course has been developed and designed to expand the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning methods of neuromuscular taping. All courses are extremely popular because they provide a high level of learning and student and professional satisfaction. The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in training situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use pediatric conditions. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

NeuroMuscular Taping Advanced Vertebra and Spinal Rehabilitation

  • coming soon

Postural Proprioceptive NeuroMuscular Taping

  • CODE: NMTC-P.Postural 4 / I °
  • DURATION: 4 days, for a total of 32 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

  • Learning of basic skills in the use of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) in rehabilitation in on-site and interactive training
  • Acquisition of manual skills and NMT specific application techniques in the field of motor rehabilitation.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (Postural rehabilitation specialization)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The purpose of the specialization training project is to acquire high level rehabilitation skills in the use of NeuroMuscular Taping in on-site, dynamic and interactive training. The courses of the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute allow the participant to acquire the necessary manual skills and techniques of the innovative method. The applications that are covered are commonly used during the various stages of rehabilitation, following a clear methodology aimed to remove the congestion of body fluids, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle spasticity, reduce muscle tension, musculoskeletal pain and improve the bodies capacity of healing. Correct applications will improve the contraction/elasticity ratio, increase and improve the joint mobility and neuro-muscular coordination. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of application techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications. The NMT classroom setting is 90% practical and 10% theoretical.

Objectives

Postural Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Know the theory and concepts behind NeuroMuscular Taping, learn fundamental techniques and be able to structure and to clinically fully apply techniques creating often immediate positive effects in patients with postural deficiencies.
  • Know the mechanisms and means of action of NeuroMuscular Taping in corrective postural treatments
  • Know the indications and contraindications.
  • Develop and build NMT construction applications and set the correct treatment progression.
  • Evaluate the correct integration of NMT with other treatment methods available in the development of rehabilitation strategies useful to optimize patient’s motor recovery.
  • Use NMT as a supplementary tool facilitating and emphasizing rehabilitation in the management of patients with nerve lesions.
  • Principles of treatment in central lesions
  • NMT Evidence Base Medicine (EBM)

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended without the obligation of prerequisite NMT courses.

NMT Postural Rehabilitation

Day 1

8:00-8:30am                        Registration

  • General introduction on posture and its differentiation static dynamic description of the main types postural.
  • Theoretical approach on the genesis of active and passive forces: motor muscle , elastic, viscoelastic.
  • Description of control systems neuromuscular proprioceptive system: receptors and effectors posture. Concept of functional unit and myofascial chains, roles muscle myofascial static description of the main chains.
  • Introduction of the techniques of application of neuromuscular taping on postural environment.
  • Decompression techniques with different cutting mode.
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers 

Day 2

8:00-8:30am                        Registration

  • Static Posture
  • Description of the principles involved in the phenomenon artrocinematici kinesiological and postural : conditions, ascendants, descendants and mixed.
  • Effects of the application of the tape on the posture of the column ; immediate feedback through spinal mous
  • Applications : Trunk Leg, Upper limb
  • Introduction to the protocols conditioning postural.
  • Any clinical cases
  • Discussion
  • Assessments
  • Discussion
  • Assessment test ECM
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 3

8:00-8:30am                        Registration

  • Revision of the practical program of the first module.
  • Verification of experiences
  • Introduction to the concept of Dynamic Posture.
  • Approach posture and dynamic description of myofascial. sequences in the main body movements.
  • Description of the main applications.
  • Decompression techniques with different cutting mode.
  • Surgical correction Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers 

Day 4

8:00-8:30am                        Registration

  • Using the taping neuromuscular exercising muscle isotonic eccentric
  • Study of the main chains myofascial dynamics in the different positions of postural re-education and related applications
  • Using the taping neuromuscular isotonic concentric and eccentric muscle exercise
  • Any clinical cases
  • Discussion, practice test
  • Assessments
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Overview

the technical and manual skills provided during the course. In particular the application techniques of neuromuscular taping as part of physical rehabilitation for patients with postural conditions. The course has been developed and designed to expand the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning methods of neuromuscular taping. All courses are extremely popular because they provide a high level of learning and student and professional satisfaction. The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in training situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use pediatric conditions. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

NeuroMuscular Taping Foot and Ankle Advanced Rehabilitation

  • CODE: NMTC-FO 4 / I °
  • DURATION: 4 days, for a total of 32 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -125 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

Learning of basic skills in the use of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) in rehabilitation in on-site and interactive training

– Acquisition of manual skills and application techniques of NMT aimed at removing the congestion of body fluids, improving blood and lymphatic circulation, reducing pain, inflammation and local heat, increasing the contraction / elasticity ratio and stability articulate, improve neuromuscular coordination

– Determine the correct application for recovery of the patient in the acute phase, subacute and functional rehabilitation of the foot in the orthopedic field.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 75 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 2 modules of 2 days each, for a total of 32 hours (Foot and Ankle rehabilitation specialization)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The purpose of the specialization training project is to acquire high level rehabilitation skills in the use of NeuroMuscular Taping in on-site, dynamic and interactive training. The courses of the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute allow the participant to acquire the necessary manual skills and techniques of the innovative method, used to manage foot and ankle conditions specifically patient’s recovery from acute, post-acute and function phases in neurological trauma, neurological degenerative diseases, trauma and orthopedic conditions. The applications that are covered are commonly used during the various stages of rehabilitation, following a clear methodology aimed to remove the congestion of body fluids, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle spasticity, reduce muscle tension, musculoskeletal pain and improve the bodies capacity of healing. Correct applications will improve the contraction/elasticity ratio, increase and improve the joint mobility and neuro-muscular coordination. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of application techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications. The NMT classroom setting is 90% practical and 10% theoretical.

Objectives

Foot and Ankle Riabilitative Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Know the theory and concepts behind NeuroMuscular Taping, learn fundamental techniques and be able to structure and to clinically fully apply techniques specific to foot andf ankle neuro and lymphatic conditions.
  • Know the mechanisms and means of action of NeuroMuscular Taping in central and peripheral nervous system diseases.
  • Acquire manual skills and techniques in Taping treatment methods useful in neurological degenerative diseases
  • Know the indications and contraindications.
  • Develop and build NMT construction applications and set the correct treatment progression in post surgical rehabilitation.
  • Evaluate the correct integration of NMT with other treatment methods available in the development of rehabilitation strategies useful to optimize patient’s motor recovery.
  • Use NMT as a supplementary tool facilitating and emphasizing rehabilitation in the management of patients with nerve and vascular lesions.
  • NMT Evidence Base Medicine (EBM)

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended without the obligation of prerequisite NMT courses.

NeuroMuscular Taping Foot and Ankle Advanced Rehabilitation

Day 1

8:00-8:30am                Registration

  • NeuroMuscular Taping: general concepts, theory, teaching and application techniques in orthopedic foot rehabilitation.
  • Decompressive and compressive muscle techniques: Lines of maximum skin elasticity in the lower limb and in the foot
  • Educational and practical applications:
  • Foot disorders:
    • Metatarsalgia
    • Tallodinia / heel inflammation
    • Plantar fasciitis
    • Heel spinal
    • Morton’s Neuroma
    • Synovial cysts
    • Ankylosing spondylitis
    • Tendonitis
    • Hammer toes
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 2

8:00-8:30am                Registration

  • The post-surgical NMT method in the foot:
  • Rehabilitative progression and clinical reasoning
  • General pathology, surgery and rehabilitation
  • Educational and practical applications:
  • Post-surgical NMT / post trauma of the foot:
  • Fracture and reconstruction of the toes
  • Distal peroneal fracture
  • Metatarsal fracture
  • Detachment of the retinaculum
  • Hallux valgus
  • Congenital club foot: integration of the Ponseti method
  • Progression of applications in the acute phase, sub-acute and functional re-education
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Clinical case (CP with lower limb spasticity).
  • Demonstrations application of patients
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 3

8:00-8:30am                Registration

  • NeuroMuscular Taping: general concepts, theory, teaching and application techniques in the diabetic foot orthopedic rehabilitation
  • Decompressive and compressive muscle techniques: Lines of maximum skin elasticity in the lower limb and in the foot
  • Educational and practical applications:
  • NMT and diabetes:
    • diabetic neuropathy
    • diabetic ankle ulcer
    • diabetic heel ulcer
    • metatarsal diabetic ulcer
    • Amputation
  • NMT and the neurological foot:
    • Dropped foot
    • Deficit / Stupor of the SPE
    • Post Stroke Foot
    • Foot in a patient with Parkinsons
    • Foot in a patient with Multiple Sclerosis
    • Pediatric foot
  • – Other foot pathologies:
    • Gout
    • Nail disorders
    • Callosities
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers

Day 4

8:00-8:30am                Registration

  • Educational and practical applications:
  • NMT and morphological alterations of the foot:
    • Flat Foot
    • Arched Foot
    • Equine Foot
  • Rheumatic diseases of the foot:
    • Arthritis of the fingers
    • Arthritis of the foot
    • Psoriatic arthritis
    • Deformity and / or ankle malalignment
  • NMT and the foot in the sportsman:
    • Ankle sprain
    • Injury of the Achilles tendon
    • Complete injury of the Achilles tendon
    • Progression of applications in the acute phase, sub-acute and functional re-education
  • Application after skin grafting:
    • Treatment of the cutaneous area of ​​the skin in the acute and subacute phase.
    • Analysis of the plantar and dorsal area of ​​the foot and of its elasticity
    • Treatment of skin graft with drainage and vascularization techniques
    • Prevention of rejection
  • Application on the scar:
    • Position and state of scar tissue of the foot
    • Evaluation of the scar
    • Treatment techniques for superficial and deep adhesion
    • Lymphatic drainage: principles and techniques of treatment
    • Management of hypersensitivity / scarring hyposensitivity
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers
  • Written examination
  • Practical examination
  • Certification documentation

Overview

the technical and manual skills provided during the course. In particular the application techniques of neuromuscular taping as part of physical rehabilitation for pediatric patients with neurological and orthopedic conditions. The course has been developed and designed to expand the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning methods of neuromuscular taping. All courses are extremely popular because they provide a high level of learning and student and professional satisfaction. The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in training situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use pediatric conditions. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

NeuroMuscular Taping Shoulder Advanced Rehabilitation

  • CODE: NMTC-RSP 2 / I °
  • DURATION: 2 days, for a total of 16 hours
  • TARGET: Doctors and Specialists, Physiotherapists, Students enrolled in the last year of their Degree Program
  • ECM: Accreditation approved by the National Commission for Continuing Education (in the country where the course is held)
  • MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24
  • EXAM: Questionnaire -75 Multiple choice questions and practical test

 

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

Learning of basic skills in the use of Neuromuscular Taping (NMT) in rehabilitation in on-site and interactive training

– Acquisition of manual skills and application techniques of NMT aimed at removing the congestion of body fluids, improving blood and lymphatic circulation, reducing pain, inflammation and local heat, increasing the contraction / elasticity ratio and stability articulate, improve neuromuscular coordination

– Determine the correct application for recovery of the patient in the acute phase, subacute and functional rehabilitation of the shoulder in the orthopedic area.

DIDACTIC MATERIALS: Study kit, backpack, dermo-pencil, scissors, multicolour tape, Workbook, Certificate and Certification Membership Card (worth 55 euro).

CERTIFICATION PROCESS:

  • The course is divided into 1 module of 2 days, for a total of 16 hours (Shoulder rehabilitation specialization)
  • The NMT International Certification will be presented upon passing the final exam at the end of the complete course.
  • The participant will receive a NMT qualification diploma in the treatment with the NeuroMuscular Taping method.

The final evaluation includes: Result of the practical test, result of the written test and final evaluation of the teacher and tutor. To pass the tests it is necessary to obtain a score equal to or greater than 85%. The course will be considered passed according to three parameters of judgment: passed, excellent, praise.

PROFESSIONAL GOAL: The purpose of the specialization training project is to acquire high level rehabilitation skills in the use of NeuroMuscular Taping in on-site, dynamic and interactive training. The courses of the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute allow the participant to acquire the necessary manual skills and techniques of the innovative method, used to manage shoulder conditions specifically patient’s recovery from acute, post-acute and function phases in trauma and orthopedic conditions. The applications that are covered are commonly used during the various stages of rehabilitation, following a clear methodology aimed to remove the congestion of body fluids, improve blood circulation, reduce muscle spasticity, reduce muscle tension, musculoskeletal pain and improve the bodies capacity of healing. Correct applications will improve the contraction/elasticity ratio, increase and improve the joint mobility and neuro-muscular coordination. The participant during the seminar will follow the theoretical development of application techniques obtaining the highest level of skills and qualifications. The NMT classroom setting is 90% practical and 10% theoretical.

Objectives

Advanced Shoulder NeuroMuscular Taping (NMT) Techniques. The training module allows the participant to:

  • Know the theory and concepts behind NeuroMuscular Taping, learn fundamental techniques and be able to structure and to clinically fully apply techniques specific to foot andf ankle neuro and lymphatic conditions.
  • Know the mechanisms and means of action of NeuroMuscular Taping in central and peripheral nervous system diseases.
  • Acquire manual skills and techniques in Taping treatment methods useful in neurological degenerative diseases
  • Know the indications and contraindications.
  • Develop and build NMT construction applications and set the correct treatment progression in post surgical rehabilitation.
  • Evaluate the correct integration of NMT with other treatment methods available in the development of rehabilitation strategies useful to optimize patient’s motor recovery.
  • Use NMT as a supplementary tool facilitating and emphasizing rehabilitation in the management of patients with nerve and vascular lesions.
  • NMT Evidence Base Medicine (EBM)

NOTE: The Taping NeuroMuscular rehabilitation course can be attended without the obligation of prerequisite NMT courses.

NeuroMuscular Taping Shoulder Advanced Rehabilitation

Day 1

8:00-8:30am                Registration

  • NeuroMuscular Taping: General concepts, theory, teaching and application techniques for post-surgical shoulder rehabilitation
  • Decompressive and compressive muscle techniques:
  • Lines of maximum skin elasticity in the upper limb
  • The post-surgical NMT method of the upper limb:
  • Rehabilitative progression and clinical reasoning
  • General pathology, surgery and shoulder rehabilitation
  • Educational and practical applications:
    • Post-surgical rehabilitation treatment for:
    • adhesive capsulite
    • Rotator cuff injury
    • Shoulder instability
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Clavicular fractures
    • Humeral fractures
    • scapular fractures
    • arthroplasty
  • – Draining application in post-surgical phase:
    • Acute phase
    • Post-acute phase
    • Functional re-education phase
  • – Treatment for traumatic shoulder disorders:
    • Shoulder sprain
    • sub-deltoid bursitis
    • Frozen Shoulder
    • Scapulohumeral joint dysfunction
  • Impingement syndrome
    • Subacromial conflict syndrome
    • chondro-costal injury
    • sternoclavicular luxation
    • Multiaxial shoulder instability
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers 

Day 2

8:00-8:30am                Registration

  • Educational and practical applications:
  • Treatment for traumatic shoulder disorders (I):
    • Shoulder sprain
    • sub-deltoid bursitis
    • Frozen Shoulder
    • Scapulohumeral joint dysfunction
    • acute dislocation of the shoulder
  • – Treatment for traumatic shoulder disorders (II):
    • Impingement syndrome
    • Subacromial conflict syndrome
    • chondro-costal injury
    • sternoclavicular luxation
    • Multiaxial shoulder instability
  • Application after skin grafting:
  • Treatment of the cutaneous area of ​​the skin in the acute and subacute phase.
  • Analysis of the cutaneous area and its elasticity
  • Treatment of skin graft with drainage and vascularization techniques
  • Prevention of rejection
  • Application on the scar:
  • Position and state of scar tissue in the following regions: abdominal, thoracic, lumbar, cervical, upper and lower limbs
  • Evaluation of the scar
  • Treatment techniques for superficial and deep adhesion
  • Lymphatic drainage: principles and techniques of treatment
  • Management of hypersensitivity / scarring hyposensitivityù
  • Demonstrations application of patients
  • Discussion, Case studies, Feedback, Questions and answers
  • Written examination
  • Practical examination
  • Certification documentation

Overview

the technical and manual skills provided during the course. In particular the application techniques of neuromuscular taping as part of physical rehabilitation for shoulder surgical and orthopedic conditions. The course has been developed and designed to expand the theoretical and above all practical and manual learning methods of neuromuscular taping. All courses are extremely popular because they provide a high level of learning and student and professional satisfaction. The NMT Course offers a hands on classroom experience structured as 10% Lecture and 90% Laboratory demonstration and individual practice. The Lecture section covers the clear basis for NeuroMuscular Taping decompression taping in training situations with a rapid review of the anatomy and physiology behind the efficacy of NMT. The Laboratory portion will demonstrate applications, tape/patient positioning, taping techniques for use shoulder conditions. The particular training aspect of NMT courses involves the lecturer guiding each student through each application maximizing individual learning curves. All participants are expected to actively participate in every aspect of the practice laboratory. Final certification will be given upon completion of both written and practice examination.

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