Sybille Molle, DVM, CERT CKTI explaining the Equine Kinesio Taping Method.

Gudrun Collins, ECLT, ST, CLT, CKTI working with the attendees.

3. Equine Kinesio Taping course in Austria, 2012.

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Equine Kinesio Taping®

Equine Kinesio Taping®

Welcome to Kinesio Taping® Equine

Kinesio Taping® Association International (KTAI) is excited to announce Kinesio Taping Equine® !

How Does Kinesio Taping Equine® Work?

With over 35 years of experience taping humans Dr. Kenzo Kase has now turned his attention to equine athletes and their unique needs.  Kinesio Taping Equine® is designed to support muscle function and range of motion, reduce inflammation and pain, adjust joint mis-alignment and prevent further injury.  Researched, designed and tested our equine specific tape works with the unique anatomy of horses.

Kinesio Equine Tape® is not for use on human skin.  It should not be used on broken or irritated skin, and it may be advisable to consult your veterinarian before taping for certain conditions.


Announcing the first ever Kinesio Equine Taping 3 class to be held in the United States! 

Have you taken KTE1 & KTE2? Kinesio Taping Association International is pleased to invite you to attend this class which will be held at The McPhail Equine Performance Center of Michigan State University on July 30-31.  Completion of this class will allow you to take the new Kinesio Equine certification exam and become a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner Equine.  This long awaited certification is now available and you can become one of the first in the US to say you are a CKTPE®.  Space is limitedfor this special class. We are delighted to get together our equine rehab and taping specialists at this world class equine research and treatment facility.

Do you still need to take first level? The KTE1 & KTE2 course will be offered on July 28-29. Register for this seminar and start on your path to becoming a CKTPE®. 

IN THE PRESS: Recently one of our experts, Sybille Molle, DVM, CERT, CKTI, was interviewed about Kinesio® Taping Equine for Equine Chronicle magazine. Read about it here.

The Northern Echo newspaper profiled KTAI Equine committee member Lee Clark, BSc, MCSP, SRP, CKTI, ACPAT, CatA, regarding his work as an equine therapist. Check it out here.


The Austrian course schedule continues to lead the world in Equine Kinesio Taping, with the first KTE3 Advanced course in Equine Kinesio Taping slated for April 29/30.

If you missed the first Austrian courses in 2012 your chance has not slipped away. KTE1 and KTE2 sessions will be offered May 1-2 and  September 11/12. An additional KTE3 will follow up on September 9/10.

Instructors for the seminar will be Sybille Molle, DVM, CERT, CKTI; and Gudrun Collins, CLT, CKTI. The course will be offered for Veterinarians, Equine Physical Therapists, Equine Chiropractors, Massage Therapists and Vet Techs and PT Assistants who qualify based on experience and education. You may register through KTAI or contact the hosting facility, Seminarhaus Schildbachhof, directly.



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