FMT Pediatrics-June10th live webcast

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This course introduces the concept of movement therapy and enhancement via functional taping methods with the pediatric population. Additionally, this course includes a review of the current literature supporting the theory of kinesiology taping for the purposes of pain control, rehabilitation, edema/swelling management, and a multitude of pediatric and adolescent injuries.

This course is intended for health professionals with all levels of taping experience. All supplies needed for the course are provided.

Functional Movement Techniques (FMT) Certification courses are led by industry leading experts in movement assessment, performance and therapy.

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Saturday June 10th, 2020 11am-6pm EST, 10am-5pm CST, 9am-4pm MST, 8am-3pm PSTlocation-bar-fmt-section-header.png

Virtual Classroom (we will send course link when we get closer to the course)

What do I need to attend a virtual classroom?

  • The supplies we ship to you after you have registered
  • A desktop, laptop, tablet or phone
  • Headphones
  • Reliable WIFI (>14Mbps-preferable more than 100)
  • Products(Rocktape and Scissors)
  • Course Administrator Contact

 

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Jennifer Hutton, PT, DPT

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  • FMT Pediatric - $125 Saturday
FMT Pediatric Taping Courses include all your taping supplies, and digital course manual

25% fee for registration cancellations made less than 5 days before scheduled class date.

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  • DC-This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board:AK, CO, CT, DE, DC, ID, IL, IA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MT, NE, NV, NJ, NC, ND, OH, OR, RI, SC, SD, UT, VT, VA, WA(Considered distance learning, please check with your board how many hours you are allowed)
  • Please note that online continuing education is not recognized in the following states:FL, IN, KY, LA, MS, OK, WI, WY
  • *NUHS makes no representation either directly or indirectly that the substantive matter being presented is approved or within respective scope of licensing. It remains the attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approves both the delivery method and content as they relate to this event.
  • DC- Course meets continuing education requirements for CO, WA, OR boards. 
  • PT/PTA-AL, CO, CT, HI, IA, MA, NE, NH, OR, PA, SD, UT, WA

  • ATC-(BOC Approved provider # P8570) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of (6 hours/CEUs FMT Pediatrics A. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.  

     

  • OT- AR, HI,  ID, MA, ME, MI, NE, ND, SC, TX, VA, WI - Course meets the requirements OT boards

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FMT Pediatric Course Outline (8AM – 3PM)

Hour One

Welcome & Introduction of Instructor/ Trainer and participants

Review of framework of the Movement Pyramid

 

Introduction of Taping History (Ch 1)

Types of taping, rigid vs dynamic tape

Kinesiology taping and its popularity

Kinesiology tape - features and characteristics

Tape application, skin preparation techniques

Reducing risks involved in kinesiology taping

Past and future taping techniques, trends and movements

 

Skin Anatomy/Physiology and Tape Mechanisms (Ch 2)

Skin-brain connection

Sensory system, discussion of hair follicles and skin receptors

Cortical Homunculus Review

 

Effects and Benefits of Kinesiology Taping (Ch 3)

Pain and how Kinesiology tape improved this

Decompression and Mechanical effects of kinesiology tape

Neurosensory communications to the brain via skin stimulation

 

Hour Two

Pain Mitigation (Ch 4)

Pain Gate Theory

Neuromatrix Model

Biopsychosocial Model of Pain (BPS)

Science Literature Review

Decompression Effect of Tape (Ch 5)

Science Literature Review

Neurosensory Input Effect of Tape (Ch 6)

Importance of brain’s role in movement

Effects of Tape on Balance, Tactile Acuity

Science Literature Review

Does direction of tape and amount of tape stretch matter

 

10 minute break

 

Hour Three

Introduction of Fascia/fascial Lines (Ch 7)

Importance of considering Fascial lines/developmental perspective  

 

Research Review (Ch 8)

Science Literature Review

Does direction of tape and amount of tape stretch matter

 

Reduce risks involved in kinesiology taping (Ch 9)
Tape application, skin preparation techniques

Reducing risks involved in kinesiology taping

Past and future taping techniques, trends and movements

 

Hour Four

Who is the pediatric population and how are they defined? (Ch 10)

Neurologic Pediatric Population Characteristics

Active Pediatric Population Characteristics

Inactive Pediatric Population Characteristics

Competitive/Athletic Pediatric Population Characteristics

Atypically Developing Pediatric Population Characteristics

 

Kinesiology Taping for Specific Pediatric Conditions (Ch 11)

Delayed Motor Milestones

Neurologic

Post-op & Trauma

Posture

Pain (Growth-Related and General)

Sports-Related Pain

 

Lunch Break

 

Hour Five

Tape for Motor Milestones: Rolling, Sitting, Quadruped/Crawling (Ch 12)

Fascia’s Responsibility in support of motor milestones

Rolling practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

Sitting practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

Crawling practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

 

Neurologic Pediatric Conditions and Kinesiology Tape Applications and Tactics (Ch 13)

Neurological Presentations

         Toe walking/Drop Foot practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Low tone (Trunk) practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Upper Extremity Erb’s Palsy practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Hemiplegia practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Cortical Thumb Taping practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

        

Postural Concerns/Orthopedic Abnormalities (Ch 14)

Torticollis practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

Scoliosis practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

Pelvic Tilt Tapings practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

Lower Extremity Positional Abnormalities practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

Pronation/Supination of the Foot practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

 

Hour Six

Pain Taping Discussion and Lab Experience (Ch 15-17)

Sports/General Orthopedic

         Severs Disease - practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Osgood Schlatter’s Disease - practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Back Pain Taping

                  Cervical - practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

                  Thoracic - practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

                  Lumbar - practical lab experience, instructor feedback

         Shoulder Pain practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Little league Elbow/UCL Strain practical lab experience, instructor feedback 

         Shin Splints Anterior and Medial Compartments practical lab experience,

Fluid Dynamics/Swelling Taping Post-Op and Trauma (Ch 18)

Post-Operative Bruising and Trauma conditions

Jelly-Fish Taping for Edema and Lymphatic Support

 

 

 

 

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