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New Course Release: K-Taping for Women's Health Basics

Led by Pelvic and Perineal Rehabilitation Physiotherapist and K-Taping Canada Instructor Sabrina Silla, this new course explores five basic proprioceptive taping techniques focused on common conditions related to women's health.

Course Learning Objectives:

  • Theory and purpose of K-Taping practical applications
  • History of the K-Taping Academy
  • Basic Functions and Effects of K-Taping
  • Practical Demonstrations
    • Muscle technique for the Trapezius
    • Ligament Technique for Sacroiliac Join Syndrome
    • Lymphatic technique for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    • Ligament Technique for Menstrual Pain
    • Pregnant Belly Lift
    • C-Section Scar Taping


Course Promo:


Sabrina Silla,B.Sc., Pht., D.O.

Pelvic & Perineal Rehabilitation Physiotherapist & K-Taping Canada Instructor

Sabrina is a member of the Professional Order of Physiotherapy of Québec, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Women’s Health Division), the International Pelvic Pain Society and the International Continence Society.

During her years of study and work, she worked with the provincial soccer teams of Québec. She attended as a therapist at several Canadian soccer championships. In 2005, she was part of the therapists’ team for the Quebec provincial soccer team during the Canada Games held in Regina. Sabrina attended the first K-Taping Women’s Health Course in Montréal 2016 and has since incorporated it into her physiotherapy practice. Sabrina is a physiotherapist in pelvic and perineal rehabilitation with advanced training in the fields of gynecology, urology, fertility and pre/postpartum treatments. She is involved with women with pelvic and perineal problems and works with clients with vulvovaginal/perineal diseases, urinary problems, pelvic prolapsed and rectal disorders. She also works closely with pregnant women during pregnancy and postpartum to ensure safe and healthy rehabilitation.


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