FREE Strapping and Injury Management Workshop Series
Health First Kalgoorlie has partnered with Goldfields Sport Development Network to offer a series of FREE strapping and injury management workshops hosted by Health First Group’s leading physiotherapists.
This series is designed to give you a better understanding of the mechanisms of strapping, different strapping techniques and the management and prevention of specific sports-related injuries. These workshops are ideal for those in the sporting industry – coaches, trainers, players and anybody interested in recreational exercise are encouraged to attend.
Workshop by: Wilna Coetzee – Health First Kalgoorlie Physiotherapist
Wilna Coetzee (BSC Physiotherapy Honours) is an experienced Physiotherapist with a keen interest in neck pain patients, sports injuries and the mechanics of pain.
- Taping for muscle imbalance
- Taping for sport injuries
- Common injuries
Dates and times
Workshop 1: Tuesday 1 February 2022 | 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Workshop 2: Tuesday 8 February 2022 | 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Workshop 3: Tuesday 15 February 2022 | 5.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Workshop 1: Introduction to Strapping for Injury Management – The fundamental principles of strapping and different types of strapping, strapping techniques for the lower limb.
Workshop 2: Further Development of Strapping Techniques – Strapping for the lower and upper limb, creative strapping techniques for injury management.
Workshop 3: Revision of Strapping Techniques – Common sporting injuries, injury management and prevention.
What to bring
- Water bottle
- Sharp scissors
- Notebook and pen
What to wear
Please wear comfortable clothes that can easily expose joints to assist in demonstrating and practicing strapping techniques.
Oasis Room – Goldfields Oasis Recreation Centre
99 Johnston St, Somerville WA 6430
For enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please register below:
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*Registrations are limited. Please book early to secure your place and please notify us if you no longer plan to attend.
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