The National Qualification in Sports Taping and Strapping is an advanced course delivered using our new hybrid format and designed for all bodywork therapists, sporting coaches and other allied medical professionals to increase knowledge and develop the professional skills required to identify common injury sites and to offer appropriate intervention for the preparation and treatment of the site using taping and strapping.
This course is ideal for qualified therapists working with athletes, football teams, rugby or other sporting teams and/or other physically active clients.
This course will teach you effective sports taping and strapping techniques for injury prevention whilst teaching you how to minimize the chance of further damage when an injury occurs as well as tips on how to aid the healing process.
Sports taping and strapping are important techniques used in sports medicine to provide support and stability to joints and muscles. The primary benefit of taping and strapping is injury prevention. When an athlete is engaged in physical activity, the joints and muscles are under constant stress and can be prone to injuries. Taping and strapping can reduce the risk of injury by providing additional support to these areas.
In addition to preventing injuries, taping and strapping can also help manage existing injuries. For example, athletes with sprains or strains can use taping or strapping to reduce pain and inflammation, and to provide additional support to the affected area. This can help athletes return to their sport more quickly.
Taping and strapping can also have a positive impact on athletic performance. When athletes feel more secure and supported, they are more confident in their movements, which can lead to improved performance. Taping and strapping can also be used to provide support and stability to weak or injured areas, allowing athletes to push themselves harder without the risk of further injury.
Finally, taping and strapping are a cost-effective alternative to other medical interventions. Surgery, for example, can be expensive and require a lengthy recovery time. Taping and strapping, on the other hand, are relatively inexpensive and can be done quickly and easily. This makes them an attractive option for athletes at all levels of competition.
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