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The specific practical experience of American rehabilitation specialist, Taras Kostyk, include methods of clinical diagnosis and rehabilitation,which are traditional practice in the United States and other countries. For example, the McKenzie method, which allows to evaluate musculoskeletal problems, including back and neck pain, and develop most effective rehabilitation plan. The McKenzie method is highly effective with issues associated with protrusions and herniated discs.
Taras Kostyk also uses techniques such as stretching, PNF, Kinesio Taping, et al, excellent skills in clinical diagnosis of the musculoskeletal system. Develops individual treatment and rehabilitation programs after injury and operations on the back, joints, and bones. Physical rehabilitation with the aim of reducing pain and returning to full activity of daily life.
For the athlete, Taras Kostyk – is simply ideal. Taras graduated from Canisius College of Buffalo, NY (USA) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training / Sports Medicine. After graduation – one year of practical experience in physical rehabilitation at St. Mary’s Hospital in Amsterdam, NY.In 2011, Taras enrolled in a Master’s program at the University at Albany (NY, USA), where he continued to work as a rehabilitation specialist with Division I athletes, including tennis players.
A good and attentive expert in rehabilitation works not only with adults. Every child which enrolls in the tennis academy, takes a pre-participation physical. After an orthopedic screening exam, Taras provides recommendations regarding the joints and muscle groups that require closer attention during training, in order to develop a good tennis player and healthy individual.
MTA experts – professionals is of high standard. So if you have problems with the spine, joints and other parts of the musculoskeletal system, please contact the Center for Sports Rehabilitation International TennisAcademy!
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