The NeuroMuscular Taping Institute in addition to being a reference for all professionals looking for postgraduate specialization courses is also present in the university training process. NMT courses are made available to last year undergraduate students, post graduate programs or through Master program specializations. Over the years more and more universities have created a solid relationship of collaboration with our Institute, which has led to an ever increasing interest on the part of the students towards NMT methodology. many University final year thesis on the NeuroMuscular Taping have been published. To enhance collaboration, the NMT Institute offers several yearly research scholarships dedicated to their thesis that focus on NeuroMuscular Taping. (download the announcement). No longer students, newly graduated therapists are the new force of our future health care system, for this reason our training institute strongly believes in the need to cultivate skills and methodology of these new graduates, to guarantee professionalism and to be prepared to face and solve different health needs.
The training area of the NMT Rehabilitation & Medicine Institute was established as a structure for the planning, coordination and implementation of training activities. Our goal is to offer complete training courses full of possible specializations for students, our future professionals, in the medical-rehabilitation field. Human capital is an important resource that the health industry must cultivate through quality training. Courses are reserved for undergraduate students in their last year of their degree courses in the medical-health and sports rehabilitation fields. University training provides various possibilities:
- Internal training as an elective course or silibus subject . This NMT student 60-hour program includes face-to-face lessons, tutorial study, group practice, written and practical exam.
- External training as an elective subject. This theoretical, but above all practical, 32-hour program follows our standard program of courses according to the profession to which they are in training. The course is awarded credits at the discretion of the degree program coordinator.
- University Master Course. Professional objective: to know the theory and concepts underlying the NeuroMuscular Taping technique and to develop correctly the manual techniques foreseen during the specialization master course.
In recent years, the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute organizes and facilitates training courses for university students in European, Asian and African countries. The NeuroMuscular Taping course is part of the university credit activities. NeuroMuscular Taping Institute is part of the medical field and integral to future rehabilitative training. We believe that professional growth is achieved through access to quality professional courses.
OFFICIAL COURSES OF THE NEUROMUSCULAR TAPING INSTITUTE
NeuroMuscular Taping courses are aimed at all health service professionals working in the private and public hospital sectors. NMT protocols and treatment procedures are fully indexed and maybe included in the health sector, in hospitals and in clinics as a support for physiotherapy, nursing, speech therapy, occupational therapy, sports medicine and rehabilitation medicine. The Training curriculum proposed by the NeuroMuscular Taping Institute for students in their last year of university aims to give accurate therapeutic tools in the beginning of their career. Training courses are managed by our qualified team of teachers in the application of NeuroMuscular Taping and the various therapeutic specializations. Taping NeuroMuscolare® is a registered trademark linked to codified procedures and authorized by a process of training and certification. Only professionals in the physiotherapy, speech, occupational therapy, nursing, podiatry and medical environment, trained in official courses by qualified teachers, are qualified by the Institute. Hence guaranteeing results through obtaining a high level of therapeutic competency achieved in the NMT methodology.