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MEDICAL TAPING CONCEPT BULLETIN – APRIL 2016/ 5TH In this fifth issue we provide two articles. The first article is entitled "The Use of Macrography and Micrography Analysis to Determine the Geometric Structure of Neuromuscular Tape" by Professor Jose-Jorge Rodriguez (Universidad Castilla de la Manch-Toledo-Spain). The second article is entitled “Effectiveness of Medical Taping Concept in Primary Dysmenorrhoea: A Two-Armed Randomized Trial. The second article is provided by a team lead by Professor Antonio Palazon-Bru from the Universidad Miguel Hernandez (Alicante, Spain). Finally, two poster presentations on the application of Punch Tape in lymphatic drainage presented at the 40th Congress of the European Society of Lymphology (Genoa Italy-September 2014)... Read more (PDF) “Effectiveness of medical taping concept in primary dysmenorrhoea: a two-armed randomized trial” This article refers to a work done by the Department of Pathology and Surgery in Miguel Hernandez University (Alicante, Spain). The article was published in in the “Scientific Reports” with an impact of 5,578 and a quartile 1 within the area of multidisciplinary sciences. Read more (PDF)
Use of Neuromuscular Taping in Cosmetic Applications On February 6th, 7th and 8th at the International Meeting in Derma-Functional Physiotherapy/2015 held in Belo Horizonte, Brasil, the Portuguese Physiotherapist, Joaquim Coutinho, was invited to make a present on the implementation of Neuromuscular Tape (NMT) in aesthetic post-surgery procedures and on applications involving cellulite reduction...” Read more (PDF)
Poster Presentation: 24th World Congress of the International Society of Lymphology-September 16th to 20th, 2013, Rome, Italy Effectiveness of Neuro-Muscular Taping (NMT) Application in a Case of Lymphedema Associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Coutinho, J. Read more (PDF)
Poster Presentation: Wounds UK Conference-Sharing Best Practice-November 12th and 14th, 2012, Harrogate, United Kingdom Punch Tape: A New and Reliable Way to Treat Lymphoedema. Case Study. Villaron, C; I. Conejo.
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Poster Presentation:Wounds UK Conference-Sharing Best Practices-November 12th and 14th, 2012, Harrogate, United Kingdom Effectiveness of the Neuromuscular Taping application : A case of Lymphedema of the superior limb. Coutinho J, Cruz, A. Read more (PDF)
MEDICAL TAPING CONCEPT BULLETIN – MAY 2012/ 4TH In this fourth issue we review the actual cost of neuromuscular taping technique in sixteen specific lymphatic drainage applications using three types of tapes to determine the most cost effective application. In addition the Spanish physiotherapist Inmaculada Conejo compares the use of compressive tape versus the use of neuromuscular taping technique. Read more (PDF)
MEDICAL TAPING CONCEPT BULLETIN - APRIL 2010 / 1ST In this third issue we review potential applications for neuromuscular taping technique in rehabilitative care in neurology, with Carlos Villaron Casales article entitled “The Use of Neuromuscular Taping Technique to Maintain Shoulder Flexiability (Abduction and Flexion) in Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis(ALS)”.

También podrá encontrar los cursos de Vendaje Neuromuscular que se tiene previsto realizar en España de Octubre a Diciembre del 2011.

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MEDICAL TAPING CONCEPT BULLETIN - NOVEMBER 2009 / 2ND The popularity of the Medical Taping Concept has risen enormously in Europe over the past decade.

Many professional therapists have already started using this method, while others are familiar with it, mainly from seeing it at large sporting events, as there are more and more athletes whose accomplishments are achieved with the aid of Medical Taping.

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MEDICAL TAPING CONCEPT BULLETIN - SEPTEMBER 2009 / 1ST The objective of the Medical Taping Concept Bulletin is to provide health care professionals with clinical examples on the use of the Medical Taping Concept in clinical care.

The basis for the Medical Taping Concept (Neuromuscular Taping Concept) was laid in Japan and Korea in the seventies. At the time, methods of taping were being developed based on the idea that movement and muscle activity are essential in maintaining and in recovering health.

A central concept is that muscles are not only responsible for moving the different body parts but the muscles also control blood and lymph circulation, as well as body temperature. Improper muscle function can cause a range of symptoms and complaints.

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