Since 2010, we have led the effort to provide evidence-based education in myofascial therapy. We strive to be at the forefront of developing myofascial therapeutic methods based in science and supported by evidence.

 

Our Mission

Motus Therapeutic Methods is dedicated to teaching myofascial techniques including Active taping techniques that focus on the most effective methods which are supported by evidence and practical to use in the clinical setting. Our methods our based on the powerful effect of therapies that impart a significant sensory input, such as myofascial and Active taping techniques, and their profound effect on biological systems through mechno-transduction. This approach is unique and differs greatly from the majority of myofascial and taping methods - methods that rely on outdated concepts such as 'breaking adhesions' in myofascial therapy and 'lifting the skin' or 'activating/inhibiting muscle through direction that tape is applied' in many of the kinesiology taping methods. 

Motus Methods focuses on the effect of myofascial therapy and elastic taping through multiple systems including changes in hylaron, the effect on the muscle spindle and Golgi tendon organ and a wholistic approach to the fascial system - not just treating the area of pain.

What We've Achieved

  • Developed a concise, practical and easy to understand courses in myofascial therapy based on over 15 years of teaching various myofascial and kinesiology taping courses throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.
  • Developed courses that translate the latest in fascial science and myofascial movement patterns into practical clinical applications.
  • Through years of working with partners and suppliers we have kept our courses affordable to allow practitioners at all levels in their career to attend. 
  • Developed an extensive reference library allowing our practitioners to support their clinical approaches with current evidence.
Motus Therapeutic Methods is committed to translating the most current findings in fascial research to relevant clinical applications.
— Vincent De Bono, DC CSCS - Motus Therapeutic Methods