KOH Education offers hands-on continue education modules for clinicians and injury specialists. Our modules are designed to equip specialists with practical, usable techniques that will change the way you view dysfunction and help patients.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) and its techniques involve the comprehensive study of different aspect of soft tissue namely fascia aponeurotic fascia, endomysium, perimysium, epimysium and adipose tissue and the effects of a specific double or single beveled edge surgical grade instruments that can affect those tissues. Enables clinicians to effectively detect and treat scar tissue that effect normal function.
Fascial Manipulation® or FM is a system of evaluating and treating myofascial dysfunction throughout the body. The fascial system is a complex network of connective tissues that run the entire length of the body and connect all of its parts together. It has been shown to play a vital role in the synergy of muscle contractions and joint motion.
Kinesiology Taping has the ability to re-educate the neuromuscular system, reduce pain and inflammation, optimize performance, prevent injury and promote good circulation and healing, and assist in returning the body to homeostasis. Clinicians will learn to demonstrate competency in the use of kinesiology taping treatments of common impairments in upper, lower quadrants and spinal column.
Very well-organized class! Dr. Koh gave quality, honest feedback on techniques and helped add another dimension to my current physical therapy education experience. -Seth McChesney
Thank you for holding such an awesome course! This is going to be a great addition to my clinical interventions. – Dr.Foley CT
IASTM is a win/win for the patient and the physical therapist. This soft tissue treatment can quickly and efficiently soften myofascial adhesions that restrict movement. The second win is the therapists’, because the instrument protects the therapists’ hands from overuse injuries that can develop over years of performing soft tissue mobilization using only their thumbs and fingers. – Casey Chaney, PT, PhD, OCS, CSCS