Archives: October 2016

K Taping

We are running a K taping course before Christmas. So with that in mind we’ve been updating our databases. This is a research article for clinicians. It discusses the potential effects of taping, and demonstrates that it improved ROM at the shoulder but not pain or strength. The Clinical Efficacy of Kinesio Tape for Shoulder Pain: A Randomized, […]

Spinal Manipulation

This is a review article for clinicians. It discusses the potential effects of spinal manipulation. A very good clinical read. The biomechanics of spinal manipulation W, Herzog, 2010 Abstract: The Biomechanical forces used during high speed manipulations and their physiological responses are described. The forces varied greatly and produced distal responses to proximal manipulation. Cavitation was […]