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Athletic Taping Technique by David Smaldone DC, BS

Join us for a webinar on Wednesday August 29, 2018 at
6:00 PM AZ and Pacific Time
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9 pm Eastern
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Join us for a webinar featuring Homecoming Speaker David Smaldone DC, BS
Hosted by John Brimhall, DC, FIAMA, DIBAK, Formulator and Patent holder. 

Dr Smaldone, a master of spinal and extremity adjusting has been using Kinesio tape for over 15 years since his day's of athletic training in Cortland,  NY.  We use this in our clinic on injuries to assist in range of motion, decrease pain, restrict range of motion, and decrease healing time. Kinesio tape can be used on a variety of places such as the neck, knees, hips, lower back, and injured shoulders.


One of the most successful places Dr Smaldone has used kinesio tape is the shoulder. The shoulder is a multiplanar joints that is loose by nature is order for people to have a wide range of motion. Normally, this is great because it allows us to reach, grab, and hold  things in different positions. However, when injured, a already loose joint becomes to loose and unstable. This tape when applied kinesio tape supports the joint, assists it in motion, and can relieve pain. When used with a collaboration with a other therapies people see injuries they have had for years often disappear. 

Kinesio tape can be used almost every part of the body to help assist in the recovery process of the patients. It is crucial in helping to maintain the integrity of the joint while your therapy in this office is going on.

Upper body
-Gross anatomy of the: knee and ankle
-Contraindications for adjusting and taping
Taping of the knee and foot
Lower body
-Gross anatomy of the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, and shoulder 
Contradictions for taping and adjusting
Taping hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, and shoulder 
Back and pelvis
-General anatomy of the Back and piriformus 
-Contraindications to adjusting and taping
-Taping and adjusting of the back and pelvis. 
-adjusting the lumbar, thoracic, and cervical spine. 

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