Our customers buy MTC® equine taping books to learn more equine kinesiology taping applications. Expand your veterinary taping treatments and help/support your clients’ mobility even more.
This equine Kinesiology Taping book guides animal health professionals on how to effectively treat specific injuries and other conditions. The book explains the basics of kinesiology taping on equine with step-by-step content i.e. treatment of scars, muscles, and ligaments. Additionally, the manual provides professionals with in-depth descriptions (using supporting images) of specific applications of kinesiology taping.
The author of this book Renate Ettl will touch on the most important tape applications and therapy options with VetkinTape. VetkinTape, available in 3 sizes, is a safe, latex-free product specially developed for the veterinary market and has a strong acyl adhesive layer ( 25% more adhesive strength), as a result, the tape adheres well to the animal’s fur.
The elastic self-adhesive tape provides support without restricting movement, it optimizes movement and relieves pain. Medical taping can be used to support physiotherapy or as a stand-alone treatment method. It offers, among other things, relief for functional muscles and/or joints, it also helps with postural problems when horses have problems in their gait or walk.
Content of the Kinesiology Taping for Horses book
With this book you will gain step-by-step insight into the many possibilities of VetkinTape:
Advice for a thorough anamnesis involving gait analysis, palpation, and specific tests to identify the problems.
Instructions on how to apply the tape so that a treatment plan can be made for each horse.
Tape applications for more than 50 disorders and syndromes are described.
The beautiful images make it easy to put every tape application into practice, step by step.
Information MTC book “Kinesiology taping for horses”
Author: Renate Ettl
Illustrator: Jeanne Kloepfer
Medical Taping Instruction book with 276 photo’s (full colour)
Size: 27.5 x 19.5 x 1.6 cm
Weight: 938 gram
First edition: 1 march 2017