Curso de Técnicas de Vendaje (funcional, neuromuscular y active tape) - Nivel básico

Curso de Técnicas de Vendaje (funcional, neuromuscular y active tape) - Nivel básico

En Strapit Essentials Taping Level 1 el alumno cubrirá las habilidades básicas necesarias para llevar a cabo un vendaje adecuado tanto para la prevención de lesiones como para su manejo.

- 8 horas de formación
- Curso impartido en inglés
- Material y manual incluido
- Descuento al realizar niveles básico y avanzado a la vez

Plazo MÁXIMO de inscripción: 
Lunes, 20 Enero, 2020


Inscripción y formas de pago: 

- Se realizará la preinscripción enviado un correo electrónico a: formació aportando nombre completo del alumno, dirección, teléfono y número de colegiado.
- Una vez admitido, el alumno deberá realizar un ingreso del precio del curso en concepto de matrícula
Nº de cuenta: ES 69 0030-1474-20-0001751271
Concepto: nombre del alumno + nombre del curso. (Se ruega enviar por e-mail el justificante de ingreso bancario)

Información de contacto:
91 327 34 94. Extensión 6
Móvil 652098895

Dirección del curso: 

Helios Medical
C/ Alfonso Gómez 38 2ª planta 28037 Madrid

Número de Alumnos: 
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Strapit/Gripit Essentials Taping Level 1 is an 8 hour course covering the basic skills necessary to carry out suitable taping for both injury prevention and injury management.

In a lab based format the participants will undergo a hand-on instruction about the use of the 3 key taping modalities – athletic taping, kinesiology taping and activetaping methods. All specific to targeting pathologies.

The participants will rationalize appropriate taping selection to address various injuries or potential injuries and understand the contra-indications to taping.

Included with the course: samples of all tapes utilized in course, clinical-grade scissors, and a course manual with all pertinent information regarding the course (to include the PowerPoint and all research/references

We ask that all participants attending the course wear suitable clothing and access to all major body regions/ skin access to enhance the learning process


Paul Haas (Australian Sports Physiotherapist)

Paul graduated in 2000 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland. This followed on from a Bachelor Honors Degree in NeuroSciences from Monash University in Melbourne Australia. Paul has worked as a leading Sports Physiotherapists for 19 years working with elite teams and also as a lecturer both in Australia and overseas. He was a pioneer in the development of rehabilitation protocols for the management of patients post hip arthroscopy when this was a novel technique in hip management. Paul is the leader in development and execution of courses around the world while ensuring an evidence base and clinical relevance seen in the delivery of the Strapit/Gripit courses.


1- Introduction
Introduction to taping and the various taping options available
Understanding the properties of tape
Introduction to the concepts of when and why to tape
Assessing the contraindications to taping
Practicing the application principles of the various taping categories
Reviewing the literature around taping
Hands on training, tape handling and application
Region taping with the 3 tape categories (athletic, kinesiology, activetape) covering major regional anatomy
Lumbar Spine
Cervical Spine


Following completion of our level 1 course the participants will be able to achieve the following:

State at least one contraindication for each type of tape: kinesiology, athletic, and active
Demonstrate a combined taping approach, using athletic and kinesiology tape, to include in the treatment program of a clinically indicated talocrural/subtalar pathology
List three different types of tape used for therapeutic intervention. Ie:
Athletic taping
Kinesiology Taping
Active Taping
List 1 precaution for each type of the following tapes: kinesiology, athletic, active
Correctly demonstrate the application of kinesiology tape AND active tape as a combined therapeutic intervention to a clinically indicated lordotic postural deviation.
Demonstrate one appropriate kinesiology taping approach to a clinically indicated edematous distal lower extremity, specifically a high ankle sprain, with the goal of decreasing edema to the affected area