Myofascial Taping for common injuries

Course overview

This amazing unique 1-day workshop will cover all of the key techniques associated with myocfascial sports taping. These are essential skills for therapists who are looking to play an active role in the treatment and management of sports injuries, and the skills you gain and develop on the day will help you in your practice.

The course will be taught using flexo-tape, and Myofascial taping techniques, utilising Markus Erhards Myofascal Taping techniques. This is a fantastic 1-day introduction to this clinically useful and therapeutic treatment tool.


Who is the course for?

This course is ideal for all therapists working with clients who present with chronic or acute injuries of the above conditions.


What will I learn?

You will also be taught and will cover techniques that will help you to be able to re-educate clients and players with poor posture and the multitude of problems that are associated with it.

Over the course of the day, you will learn how to help treat the following conditions:

  • Plantar fasciaitis
  • Lateral ankle instability
  • Achilles tendon
  • Calf muscle
  • MCL LCL injury
  • Patella tendon
  • Patella instability
  • Patella maltracking
  • Lumbar weakness
  • Shoulder retraction
  • Shoulder unloading
  • Elbow hyperextension
  • Tennis and golfers elbow
  • Wrist, Thumb and Fingers


How many hours CPD?

  • 7 hours CPD
  • The day will run from 9.00am to 5.00pm


Is the course assessed?

Assessment is undertaken on a continuous basis by the tutor throughout the day as the course is a hands on practical course. as participants you will be working in pairs throughout the day and treatment couches will be provided.
Participants are reminded to wear loose comfortable clothing for the day.


Other information

This is a hands on practical course and as such you should wear loose clothing, shorts and a T-shirt to enable yourself to engage fully with the training, you will be taping each other’s bodies throughout the day.

Places are limited, there will only be a maximum of 20 people.


Marjolijn Visser