There are 2 Kinesio Taping KT 1&2 course coming up in Jul & Aug 2015.

All registered Allied Health Care Professionals, OTs, nurses, chiropractors, personal trainers, athletic trainers/coaches and physical education teachers are welcome to join the courses.

For enquiries, please feel free to contact us at or call us at 59280440.

Course Details

1. 19, 26 July 2015 (Sunday), 9.00am-6.00pm 

2. 23, 30 August 2015 (Sunday), 9.00am-6.00pm 

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How To Become a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner®

With an ever growing foundation of health professionals desiring and willing to become certified in the Kinesio Taping® Method, the Kinesio Taping Association International (KTAI) has designed a certification process that will allow dedicated practitioners to earn their designation as a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner (CKTP®).

Requirements to become CKTP:

  • Complete KT1/2 and KT3 Approved Seminars
  • CKTP Certification Mark License Agreement
  • Pass CKTP Exam with 80% or higher
  • Maintain KTAI annual membership

Kinesio Course Information

Kinesio® Certification courses are open to and designed for people in an advanced healthcare setting. Our Certified Kinesio Taping® Practitioners (CKTPs) are licensed professional health care and therapy providers, including physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, athletic trainers, occupational therapists and massage therapists, in addition to chiropractic doctors, health care providers and other allied healthcare professionals. Our overall objective is to provide every medical practitioner with premier intellectual support trough expert instruction and state-of-the-art database tutorials. The Kinesio Taping® Method (KTM) and Kinesio® Tex Tape is used to:

  • Re-educate the neuromuscular system
  • Reduce pain
  • Support performance
  • Prevent injury
  • Promote improved circulation and healing
  • Improve functional movement and positioning

KTI - Fundamental Concepts (To be taken in conjunction with KTAI approved KT2 course)

  • 8-hour course
  • designed to introduce practitioners to the KTM
  • covers the five major physiological systems
    • skin
    • muscle
    • fascia
    • circulatory/lymphatic
    • joint
  • features lab sessions to practice KTM applications
  • completion will prepare attendees to relax overuse syndrome, stimulate weak muscles and decrease pain and swelling

KT2 – Advanced Concepts and Corrective Techniques (Attendees must complete KTAI approved KT1 course before taking KT2)

  • 8-hour course
  • builds on material learned in KT1
  • covers the six corrective techniques – mechanical, functional, space, fascia, ligament/tendon and lymphatic
  • features lab sessions to practice KTM applications
  • completion will prepare attendees to apply the KTM to orthopedic and neurological conditions

KT3 - Clinical Concepts and Advanced Taping Methods (Must complete KT1-KT2 prior to attending)

  • minimum 8-hour course
  • combines KT1 and KT2 coursework
  • features lab sessions to practice KTM applications
  • covers some of the more advanced techniques of the KTM
  • can be tailored to specific conditions, professions or applications by each instructor
  • upon completion, attendees will be eligible to take the CKTP exam

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