6 Principles You Must Know When Treating and Training Every Patient and Client
World Surf League Co-Medical Director and Functional Soft Tissue and Taping Godfather Dr Tim Brown will discuss his 30+ years of experience on the front lines of Sports Medicine and keys to success when dealing with any level patient or client: from Elite athletes to the everyday patient.
Join us to understand:
- Learn the science and methodology behind functional taping
- Understand Tim’s unique soft tissue release techniques including SPRT (Specific Proprioceptive Response Technique), which is a sensorimotor-based functional taping and myofascial release system.
- Applications of SPRT to High Performance Athletes and in other Sports Medicine contexts
Meet the Presenter:
Tim Brown is a lifelong high level athlete who was the first ever chiropractor to be named medical director of a professional sport, The Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP). He has been awarded many honors including the ACA Sports Chiropractor of the Year. He is currently Co Medical Director for the World Surf Tour (WSL) and Chief Innovation Officer for IntelliSkin, where he has engineered his taping systems into performance apparel. He is also an Athlete Performance Consultant for RedBull and Hurley. He created SPRT to improve functional treatment and recovery of athletes during competition and has since been granted 8 international utility and design patents.
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