Equine kinesiology taping course

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What do you learn during the course

This two-day course program for Equine Kinesiology Taping is the perfect opportunity for practitioners to gain a comprehensive understanding of kinesiology taping for veterinary applications. This program will provide a detailed theoretical background of the Medical Taping Concept and its various application possibilities, such as activating blood and lymph circulation for swellings and hematoma, influencing the fascia and muscles, treatment of scars, tendon injuries and inflammations, and improvement of the muscle and joint functions. Participants will also learn the practical approach to these applications while examining case histories of both humans and horses. This course is designed to help practitioners gain a better understanding of the Medical Taping Concept and its effects, such as providing support or stability without restricting range of motion, reducing pain, promoting circulation, reducing swelling, and enhancing the blood flow to injured muscles.

Scheduled dates:

22, 23 and 24 April 2024
Howden Equestrian Centre, Spaldington, Yorkshire

£395 (NAVP Members)
£475 (non-members)
Extra: £75 extra to purchase the Wave fascial tool for use on the course (recommended) at a 25% discount.

Booking: email to cpd@navp.co.uk

Course overview

Course duration 2 days of 8 hours
Course fee See scheduled dates
Course includes – Official MTC Certificate
– Educational material
Accreditation 16 hr CPD
For who: – Animal physiotherapists
– Veterinarians
– Animal osteopaths
– Animal massage therapists
– Other therapists with suitable anatomy knowledge.

Experiences from trainees

“It were two interesting and instructive days. After more was explained about the functioning and possibilities of the tape, we were first allowed to practice on each other, fun! The practice, which included observation and taping, showed which techniques you can use, for which indications you can apply it and how quickly it works.”

Linda Limburg – Unitas Osteopathy



Course programme

  • Theoretical background of medical taping
  • Product information
  • Physiological effects of applying kinesiology tape
  • Muscle techniques, correction techniques, introduction to lymph taping
  • Activation of blood circulation for swellings and hematoma
  • Influencing the fascia and muscles
  • Treatment of scars
  • Treating tendon injuries
  • Improving the muscle functions
  • Case histories and applications for horses related to injured muscles, reducing swelling, biomechanical dysfunction, postural dysfunction
  • Practical approach on horses with cases
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