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Industry News – SpiderTech Certification Training

Maria DiDanieli   


June 14, Toronto, ON
–  The 2010 calendar year Level I
SpiderTech Certification training schedules, featuring Canadian
locations, are
now available. SpiderTech is a line of 16 pre-cut therapeutic and
performance enhancing supports. The SpiderTech Professional line of
product is the next evolution in the clinical use of kinesiology taping. 

The SpiderTech Basic
Theory and Application Course is a one day training and certification program
intended to develop a further understanding of the functional medicine approach
to modulating pain and myofascial dysfunction through the use of our
specialized taping applications. Participants will be provided with the most
relevant and current research regarding pain, how Kinesiology Tape works, the
rationale behind the designs of our pre-cuts and the methods by which they are
applied in a clear and concise manner. The course will also develop the
practical skills necessary to apply our full line of SpiderTech Applications
using our practical clinical-case based learning methodology.

Fees are $395.00 USD for
practitioners, or $295 USD for students. As part of their fee, attendees
receive over $200.00 dollars in tape products and course materials, including a
full set of the 17 SpiderTech applications for use in clinic post training.


The course is open to licensed
healthcare providers including chiropractors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists,
medical doctors, athletic therapists, massage therapists, naturopathic doctors,
nurses, and physiotherapy assistants. Students enrolled in their last year of
the disciplines listed above are eligible to take the course.

All courses are BOC
certified – practitioners are encouraged to check with their local
jurisdictions regarding CE credits. SpiderTech will provide required
documentation for CE submissions for all participants.

For more information,
including Canadian training dates and online registration forms, visit

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