Equi-Taping Educational Modules are designed to educate all levels of equestrians and equine healthcare professionals. Each equine kinesiology taping module provides progressive levels allowing you to grow your knowledge in the areas you want to learn.
Level 1: Designed for the everyday horse owner.
Level 2: Designed for the professional trainer or equestrian and equine healthcare professional
Level 3: Designed for the Advanced Practitioner
Included in each Module
A short video focusing on a specific Equi-Taping application, anatomy, and protocols. Learn how to achieve these specific applications in less than 30 minutes!
Bonus material included in every module: Surface preparation video, Techniques video, FAQ and answer video, educational articles and a PDF of Equi-Taping Basic Rules.
The Back Module
The Back Module has three different levels focusing on specific goals. These levels have a look into the anatomy as well as focus on common conditions and treatments. We cover things like muscle relaxation, support for the thoracic and lumbar spine, and support and stability after an injury.The Back Module has three different application addressing:
Level 1 | Relaxing the back.
Level 2 | Support of the thoracic and lumbar spine for athletes or recovering after an injury.
Level 3 | Full support and stabilization of the back for injuries or recovering after an injury.
The Hock Module
The Hock Module has three different levels focusing on specific goals. These levels have an in-depth look into the anatomy as well as touching on common conditions and treatments. We cover things like arthritis, athletic support and how to fully support the hock after an injury.The Hock Module has three unique and effective application addressing:
Level 1 | Mild support for horses not in work
Level 2 | Moderate support for horses in light to moderate work, or horses who need more support when recovering from an injury.
Level 3 | Full support for athletes in hard work, or horses needing full support for either recovering from an injury or older arthritic horses.
The Stifle Module
The Stifles Module has three different levels focusing on specific goals. These levels have an in-depth look into the anatomy as well as focus on common conditions and treatments. We cover things like poor conditioning, locking stifles (UPF), medial patellar ligament sprains and more.The Stifles Module has three never seen before application addressing:
Level 1 | Building muscle while supporting the lower joint
Level 2 | Support for the medial patellar ligament and the joint
Level 3 | Full lateral and medial support of the stifle
Level 1 | Learn simple but effective ways to tape entire fascia lines and general muscle adhesions to promote healthy fascia and improve range of motion or heal faster after injuries.
Level 2 | Learn how to focus on fascia around muscle groups to promote healthy blood and lymph flow, improve muscle function, and boost biomechanics performance. You can also use this application after injuries and trauma.
Level 3 | Learn advanced techniques that focus on benefiting entire facia lines or chains. Designed for horses recovering from injuries, athletes, and equestrians looking to enhance their care and rehab programs.
Lower Leg Module
Level 1 | Athletic Support we focus on supporting your equine athlete’s lower legs. The main benefits of this application are to help prevent injuries by supporting biomechanics and increase circulation to reduce heat, swelling, and friction in the tendons and ligaments. The module will cover basic anatomy and give a step by step demonstration of this easy to apply, effective application that can be worn before, during, and after training!
Level 2 | Dive into our Equi-Tape Lower Leg Injuries Level where you gain comprehensive knowledge about equine anatomy and physiology to truly help your horse. We will discuss suspensory and tendon injuries, tears, rupture and sprains. Learn how to help horses recover from injuries with an Equi-Tape application designed to support the leg anatomy, reduce pain, increase circulation, and prevent further injury.
Level 3 | Collateral Ligament Injuries we focus on the dynamics of a collateral ligament injury. Commonly missed or mis-diagnosed, a collateral ligament injury can be a challenge for many equestrians and equine healthcare professionals to successfully address. This module provides valuable education on anatomy and rehabilitation protocols that look at the whole horse. The application supports the proper operation of the anatomy without limiting normal range of motion to improve your horse’s prognosis of recovery.
Level 4 | Contracted Tendons we focus on addressing the dynamics of contracted tendons and provide an application and protocols to effectively help your horse rehabilitate. We take a dive into anatomy, nutrition, biomechanics and share success stories! If you have a horse with contracted tendons, are a breeder or healthcare practitioner who deals with this issue, you will benefit from this course. The application is taught step-by-step and is designed to help correct anatomical structures and biomechanics movement.
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