On-Demand Courses
Free
4 (Closed courses will not be included.)
Overview
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Description

On-Demand Courses covering the fundamentals and introductions into IASTM, BFR, Cupping, and Kinesiology Taping.

Catalogs
Bundle all four of our on-demand courses to save big! IASTM 101, Introduction to Blood Flow Restriction Training, Introduction to IASTM and Taping, and Fundamentals of IASTM and Cupping Therapy. Eligible to earn up to 7.5 hours of credit.
Courses
This 1.5-hour introductory course is designed to give an overview of the research and basis for instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM). This is a home-study course and therefore does not teach clinicians how to perform IASTM but instead review the relevant physiology and most current evidence on the theories behind IASTM as well as the key fundamentals of the technique. Clinicians should always perform treatments within their clinical scope. At the end of the course, participants will take a q
This 2-hour introductory course is designed to give an overview of the research and basis for Blood Flow Restriction Training. This is a home-study course and therefore does not teach clinicians how to perform Blood Flow Restriction methods but instead review the relevant physiology and most current evidence on the theories behind this modality as well as the key fundamentals. Clinicians should always perform treatments within their clinical scope. At the end of the course, participants will take a 15-quest
This 2 hour introductory course is designed to give an overview of the research and basis for instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) and Kinesiology taping. This is a home-study course and therefore does not teach clinicians how to perform IASTM and Kinesiology tape but instead review the relevant physiology and most current evidence on the theories behind IASTM as well as the key fundamentals of the technique. Clinicians should always perform treatments within their clinical scope. At the end
This 2-hour introductory course is designed to give an overview of the research and basis for cupping and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM). This is a home-study course and therefore does not teach clinicians how to perform cupping and IASTM techniques but instead review the relevant physiology and most current evidence on the theories behind these modalities as well as the key fundamentals. Clinicians should always perform treatments within their clinical scope. At the end of the course,