The UK workshops have been extended from 6hrs to 8hrs as delegates who attended in 2014 said that the workshops were fantastic BUT that they wanted MORE time to cover MORE techniques.
Tutor: Ryan Kendrick - Specialist Musculoskeletal
Physiotherapist, Developer of Dynamic Tape
Ryan earned his Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from the University of
Queensland, Australia in 1994 and a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in
2000 under the same world renowned guidance of Gwen Jull, Carolyn Richardson,
Paul Hodges and Bill Vicenzino.
Ryan has worked extensively in the area of Musculoskeletal & Sports
Physiotherapy with roles including Personal Physiotherapist to former world
number four, Greg Rusedski on the ATP Tennis Tour and British Davis Cup team,
and Team Physiotherapist for Essex County Cricket Club.
As a Private Practitioner he has been involved in the management of
European Tour Golfers and Olympic and Commonwealth Games athletes in the
disciplines of swimming, rowing, archery and triathlon to name a few. Ryan has
also been a clinical tutor in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy on the Bachelor and
Masters programme at Griffith University, Australia and has taught Dynamic
Taping extensively throughout Australia, New Zealand, USA, Germany, UK, Sweden,
Norway, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Honk Kong and Canada.
the developer of Dynamic Tape and PosturePals.
Originally developed in Australia for
athletes, sports & MSK physiotherapy it is increasingly becoming an essential
tool for therapists of all disciplines.
Dynamic Taping 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.
Dynamic Taping utilises a specially
designed, highly elastic completely different from rigid sports tapes
and kinesiology tapes including Tex Tape, Curetape and K-Active. 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
The tape is applied in a way that
allows the elastic energy to mimic muscles, absorb load or to modify
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 physiotherapists
and sports rehabilitation professionals.