Markus Erhard Academy

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The ERHARD THERAPY training is aimed at people with a medical and therapeutic background, such as physiotherapists, osteopaths, physicians, non-medical practitioners, masseurs, bodyworkers, fascial therapists, occupational therapists, in special cases also sports scientists and athletic trainers.

  • Level 1 (The most significant development): Myofascial Taping by Markus Erhard (MTME) – NEW INTERRELATIONS & NEW STRATEGIES
  • Master Level 1
  • Level 2: ERHARD THERAPY (Fascia Integration 1 & 2)
  • Master Level 2
  • Level 3: ERHARD THERAPY (Fascia Integration 3 & 4)
  • Master Level 3
  • Level 4: ERHARD THERAPY (Master Integration)
  • Level 5: Expert (Exam)
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Markus Erhard Academy

The core of the MTME method is not just a new way of taping itself. The courses teach a new level of fascia orientated and movement efficiency orientated differential diagnosis of the neuro-myofascial system (NMFS) and related posture and movement patterns.

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Training opportunities with Markus Erhard

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Immediately pain-free thanks to MTME for severe pain after meniscus tears

Jürgen Knopf was with me at the end of February 2020. He had been in severe pain for about 8 weeks. An MRI from the Max Grundig Clinic showed a meniscus tear in the knee. After the pain did not go away, Erhard therapy was recommended.

To make a long story short… After the first treatment, Mr. Knopf was completely pain-free and could walk and exercise normally, fluently and in a well-controlled manner. 10 days later he had cancelled another appointment because everything is still pain free and everything is running smoothly.

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Clubs and athletes treated by Markus Erhard

Wayne Bridge, Manchester City FC

12. October 2020

Lukas Podolski

12. October 2020

English Institute of Sports (EIS)

2. October 2020

Tim Wiese

2. October 2020

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Talks by Markus Erhard

28. January 2019

Hallux Valgus | Talk | End of 2020

Why is Hallux Valgus much more than just big toe? The kinking of the big toe is a reaction to problems related to movement restrictions of the whole foot, and…
27. January 2019

Tennis elbow | Talk | End of 2020

Medically it is called Epicondylits medialis, commonly called tennis elbow. Has so much to do with tennis as the Black Forest with France. Although you can see the Black Forest…
27. January 2019

Lecture Special: Performance increase in sport end of 2020

The originally planned lecture on deposits and why most deposits will be restrictive for the whole body will be postponed. Since I have worked and worked a lot with athletes…
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