Dynamic Tape workshop


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      Atlas Medic
      80, rue de Sydney
      St-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Quebec
      G3A 0P3
    7. Registration is confirmed upon receip of the check.

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Because of the high volume of training requests we handle, we do not accept registrations by phone. You may register by one of the following three methods:

  • on-line
  • by fax
  • by mail


Saturday, November 1st,  2014


Brooklin Village Physiotherapy
5959 Anderson St.
Suite L3, Brooklin (Ontario) L1M 2E9


8h30am to 4h30pm


$ 299 (tx included) (Includes workbook & materials, refreshments and lunch)

- Free parking


Cindy  Au-Yeung

Cindy Au-Yeung

BSc, BHScPT, FCAMPT, CAFCI Orthopaedic Physiotherapist


Dynamic tape workshops are highly practical, 8 hour workshops which provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice. It builds on the clinician’s own knowledge of biomechanics and encourages them to begin to develop their own techniques in order to meet the individual needs of their clients.

Originally developed in Australia for athletes, sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy it is increasingly becoming an essential tool for therapists of all disciplines. Dynamic Taping utilizes a specially designed, highly elastic tape completely different from rigid sports tapes and kinesiology tapes. It’s unique properties and four way stretch allow for a truly biomechanical approach to taping, something that integrates well with a clinician’s clinical reasoning process.The tape is applied in a way that allows the elastic energy to mimic muscles, absorb load or to modify movement patterns. It can be used to facilitate or inhibit, assist and resist or to offload. In addition to this biomechanical approach it has also proved extremely effective for lymphatic taping due to its durability, versatility and superior comfort. Dynamic Taping can be incorporated into clinical practice immediately and is ideally suited to AT’s, Chiro’s, OT’s, PT’s, Podiatrist and PTA/OTA’s who can see indications for taping with their clientbase.


Toronto, 01 November 2014

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