Scrape, Tape, and Move Course
Using an Integrated Approach to the Human Movement System
This 8.5-hour Scrape, Tape, and Move course provides a scientific and practical method that introduces an integrated approach to restoring and maximizing the human movement system. Participation in this workshop will give healthcare providers a better background and knowledge in not only analyzing the functional aspect of human movement, but also in identifying impairments to the human movement system. Once impairments have been identified, participants will be shown techniques and receive hands on instruction to help restore normal joint mobility and tissue extensibility with the goal of improving the dysfunctional movement pattern. As mobility is restored, postural and mobility reinforcement techniques such as kinesiology taping and specific exercise training will be covered and practiced. Techniques will be taught in a “hands-on” format to ensure that participants develop treatment skills that can be instantly utilized. Full course description.
A brief history and overview of human movement assessment as well as the concepts behind treatment planning and prescription will be introduced utilizing the top tier of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment as well as the 4 x 4 matrix for exercise prescription. Participants will be able to quickly perform a baseline movement assessment and develop a well-rounded treatment plan to address mobility and stability dysfunctions that are uncovered.
SCRAPE – Resetting and Restoring Mobility:
Learn to assess and treat tissue extensibility restrictions using a variety of Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM). The use of IASTM allows the clinician to gain valuable feedback of tissue quality while simultaneously reducing adhesions and facilitating new collagen production.
TAPE – Pattern Reinforcement:
Kinesiology taping and biomechanical taping can be used as reinforcement techniques to reduce pain and facilitate proper movement patterns.
MOVE – Reloading the Software:
Using a regress to progress treatment planning model, normal movement patterns are facilitated or restored leading to efficient and effective outcomes for your patients.
NASMI provides a faculty with over 155 years of combined experience in research and teaching for the Scrape, Tape, and Move. Below are the instructors that will lead our 8.5 hour course.
- Tab Blackburn MEd, PT, ATC
- Ashley Campbell PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, CGFI-2
- André Labbé PT, MOMT
- Phil Page PhD, PT, ATC, CSCS, FACSM
- Josh Satterlee DC
- Robyn Smith MS, PT, SCS, CGFI-M2
- Mike Voight PT, DHSc, OCS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, FAPTA