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More success in therapy by combination of shock wave therapy and Kinesiology Taping

A partner offer of Zimmer MedizinSysteme GmbH


Often, completely new therapeutic approaches arise out of a smart combination of two proven methods. A perfect example is the connection of shock wave therapy and Kinesiology Taping in the up-to-date physiotherapy surgery.
The positive effects of the shock wave therapy (pain relief, promotion of blood circulation, detonisation, stimulation of healing processes etc.) can clearly be intensified by specific Kinesiology Taping applications. You and your patients can benefit on this.
Are you snoopy? Two renowned instructors in this sector, Mr. Stefan Schreiter and Mr. Siegfried Breitenbach, will show you in this course with theory and practical part, how you can implement this method fast and easily in your surgery.


The workshop – your benefits:

  • Effect of the shock wave therapy at selected disease patterns
  • Possibility of combination with Kinesiology Taping
  • Insight into various application possibilities
  • Treatment possibilities for indications and contraindications


The instructors:

  • Stefan Schreiter, physiotherapist, subject teacher for physiotherapy
  • Siegfried Breitenbach, physiotherapist, Head Instructor and managing director of K-Active Systems GmbH


The course fee:
The course fee is 99.00 € per participant. The price is including VAT, coffee break and course documents.


Eligibility requirements
A written cancellation is possible exempt from charges till six weeks before begin of the course. In case of a cancellation after this point of time, we will bill the whole course fee, if no alternative participant can be named. If Zimmer MedizinSysteme has to cancel the course, they will refund the whole course fee or arrange an alternative date. Further requirements are excluded. The minimum attendance is 11 participants; the maximum attendance is 21 participants. With your signature you will admit the eligibility requirements.