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Not Just Tape

Research Reasoning Results


Dynamic Tape acts mechanically like a spring to strongly decelerate or assist motion to improve movement patterns. from foot drop to football, Dynamic Tape is a trusted ally for leading athletes, clinicians and patients.


This can help to reduce load on injured or overworked structures like a muscle strain, ankle sprain, tennis elbow or plantar fasciitis and can assist where weakness is present e.g. after ACL repair to address risk factors associated with pain or re-injury.


Quality of life is determined by our ability to perform our normal daily activities. For someone recovering from a stroke, that might be to grasp a cup. For others, it might be to run a marathon. Effects can be immediate, observable and measurable.


Aware that many of the conditions presenting in clinical practice were a result of overuse or more correctly overload, Ryan recognised that current taping products were ineffective at absorbing load or contributing energy to reduce the workload of the musculotendinous unit. They were also ineffective at modifying the biomechanics whilst still permitting the full range of motion necessary to perform the complex skills required in many athletic pursuits.

At the same time, Ylva who graduated from Umeå University whose work centred on complex paediatric and neurological physiotherapy recognised the benefits of taping in this way to improve mobility and function in this population.

After several years of development to address the limitations of existing taping products, Dynamic Tape was launched commercially in 2010. It is an adjunctive clinical tool in the management of muscle strains and ligament sprains, overuse and biomechanical injuries like achilles and patellar tendinopathy, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff pathology, tennis elbow, shin splints etc. but also equally applicable in Paediatrics, Neurology, Hand Therapy and even in Respiratory care.* Due to the clinical effectiveness, in the first twelve months alone distribution expanded from Australia to include New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, UK, Germany, Czech Republic, Ireland, Switzerland, USA, Canada, Belgium, Netherlands, South Africa and continues to grow rapidly now reaching over fifty countries with a network of highly qualified instructors from Physiotherapy, Athletic Training, Chiropractic, Hand Therapy, Registered Massage Therapy, Medicine and Veterinary disciplines.

Now Accredited Biomechanical Taping Practitioner course available in Egypt

PrimePhysio Training UK. is partner of Dynamic tape in Egypt

Course Details

22 February 2023

Course Title:

Accredited Biomechanical Taping Practitioner ( Dynamic tape ) Part A

Course Objectives:

In Part A, you’ll be introduced to the fundamentals of Biomechanical Taping™, the theory underpinning it, the mechanisms, the foundations of developing techniques and building on your clinical reasoning. You’ll also learn a variety of techniques (over 30 in online resource) mostly for the peripheral joints so that you can start Dynamic Taping immediately.


Dr. Patrik Pedersen

Physiotherapist, MSc Man. Ther., Sports Medicine Specialist.
Kinetic Control Acredited Tutor, Dynamic Tape Accredited tutor.

Patrik Is a Swedish Physiotherapist with a Masters Degree  in Manual Therapy from Curtin University, Perth Australia.
Patrik has been working clinically for 25 years, with manual therapy and sports medicine.
He has also been teaching Movement Control for Kinetic Control internationally over the last 15 years, and Dynamic Tape for 8 years.
Patrik is currently working in Arena Fysio in Helsingborg Sweden, and also as Physio for an elite handball team OV Helsingborg.

Course Fee:

Conference Attendees:

Individual Registration: : Early Bird: 110 USD - Late: 130 USD

Group Registration: Early Bird: 90 USD - Late: 110 USD

Conference Attendees:

1. Individual Registration: : 180 USD - Late: 200 USD

2. Group Registration: Early Bird: 150 USD - Late: 175 USD

For more information about conference please visit conference page

For inquiries & booking:

Official number: +201003204374

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