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Preparing Your Client for Spidertech

By Dr. Nick Martichenko

In this webinar we will discuss how to identify situations that will respond well to Spidertech Pro-cuts, how to communicate this to your clients, which lotions and gels to use before Spidertech application, how to deal with body hair and other things that affect tape longevity. Live Q&A will follow.

via Zoom

Date & Time

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 at 1:00 PM EST

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Description

In this webinar we will discuss how to identify situations that will respond well to Spidertech Pro-cuts, how to communicate this to your clients, which lotions and gels to use before Spidertech application, how to deal with body hair and other things that affect tape longevity. Live Q&A will follow.

Recap of the Previous Webinar:

Before we jump into the details of our upcoming event, let's take a moment to celebrate the success of our last webinar. We discussed how applying Spidertech following your Deep Tissue Massage improves the tissue recovery process to ensure maximal therapeutic benefit for your clients.

What You'll Learn

  • + Identifying Conducive Situations: Recognize scenarios where Spidertech Pro-cuts are most effective, based on the nature of injuries or issues they address optimally.
  • + Managing Tape Longevity: Address factors like body hair and choose suitable lotions/gels before application to maximize the effectiveness and lifespan of the Spidertech tape.

Details

Date: May 21, 2024

Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

Got any questions about the webinar?

Please email us at info@spidertech.com or check out our FAQ for all questions and contact information.

More Information

Dr. Nick Martichenko

Spidertech's Director of Education

About Dr. Nick

Dr. Nick Martichenko is a performance therapist with over 10 years of experience providing manual therapy and coaching high-level athletic development primarily in the sports of golf & tennis.

He is the main performance therapist on Denis Shapovalov’s team and travels with him to many of the major tournaments throughout the year.

Nick is also the Head of Manual Therapy & Strength and Conditioning for Golf Ontario’s Development Program. Along with these specializations, Nick continues to serve as the Director of Education for Spidertech Kinesiology tape.

Nick is a proud alumnus of Robert Morris University where he played NCAA DIV 1 Golf.

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