This is a brand new video demonstrating how to apply an arch taping technique called 'low dye'. This taping technique is great for supporting the arch of the foot to relieve a lot of painful conditions including plantar fasciitis, tendinitis, tendinopathy, achilles pain and even knee pain. I also use it as a trial to see if orthotic therapy would be of benefit. The taping is quite simple, with practice, and is something I teach patients to do themselves.
Ross is a 1995 graduate of the University of Manitoba. After graduation Ross continued to study and work in Georgia, USA, at a clinic renowed for treatment of patients, including professional athletes such as PGA golfers. While in Georgia, he went on to specialize in spinal rehabilitation. Ross returned to Canada in 2000 to work at Rutland Physical Therapy and continue his studies. Ross completed his post graduate Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in 2005. This diploma allows the title Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manual Physical Therapy (FCAMPT) to be used. In the fall of 2006, Ross joined the Kelowna Manual Therapy Centre as a partner. Since joining the clinic Ross has completed his Gunn Intramuscular stimulation training with Dr. Chann Gunn in Vancouver. Ross has a special interest in treating spinal conditions through manual therapy, IMS and specific therapeutic exercise. Ross is married with two sons. Ross is active cycling, running, hiking, camping and skiing. Ross is a volunteer coach with the Telemark nordic racing program, coaching 10-15 year old athletes.