The Kinesiology Taping DVD
This DVD is a must for physical therapists who treat athletes or patients with sports-related injuries affecting their limbs, trunk or cervical spine.
Athletes and coaches will also gain a better understanding of how and when to apply these taping principles. John takes you on an educational journey as he guides you, step by step, through the entire process of taping by first marking an area of dysfunction, then preparing, cutting and applying tape in various ways for specific problems. The introduction chapter discusses the principles and benefits of the Kinesiology Taping Method (KTM), explaining what it is and when and why you should use it.
The DVD is packed with practical demonstrations of the application of tape to treat individual areas of pain and dysfunction. John gives examples of injuries common to each area of pain and the subsequent variations in taping applications.
John explains this fascinating technique in a simple way that will help anybody use Kinesiology Taping Method, with confidence, in any setting.
On this unique DVD John Gibbons highlights over 50 specific areas of pain
A must-have on any therapist’s shelf. Chapters include:
1. Introduction to Kinesiology Taping
2. How to Pre-cut the tape and apply to the patient
3. Biography of John Gibbons – The Bodymaster
Chapter 1 Preview: How to Pre-cut the Tape and Apply to the Patient
Chapter 2 Preview: How to Treat Knee Pain Using The Kinesiology Taping Method
Broaden your skills in Kinesiology Taping Techniques
The DVD chapters relate to specific injuries and body parts, using Kinesiology Taping techniques to treat
Ankle inversion sprain
Patellofemoral pain syndrome
Osgood schlatters disease
Iliotibial friction syndrome
Medial collateral ligament (MCL) sprain / Meniscus
Rectus femoris and Adductor strains
Lower back / trunk / pelvis
Lumbar spine facet joint / disc
Gluteal and piriformis pain
Rib / intercostal
Upper back and neck
Posterior cervical pain
Levator scapulae and trapezius strain
Forearm and hand
Tennis and golfers elbow
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Intersection / Dequervains syndrome