Taping Techniques: Principles and Practice
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2004 - Medical - 240 pages
The new edition of this highly successful, practical handbook offers an abundance of new techniques and updated literature including a new chapter that explains the theory and principles behind unloading painful structures and stabilization techniques, an updated chapter on podiatry and its current trends, and descriptions of many new, simple, and effective international techniques that may be modified to suit the situation. Some "quickies" or "many uses" for one strip of tape are included in this new edition as well.
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PART CONTENTS 5 Foot
Ligament and tendon support
Ankle and leg
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7.5-cm stretch tape AC joint Achilles tendon Acromioclavicular joint adhesive or hypoallergenic adhesive spray adhesive tape anchor strip ankle sprains APPLICATION Steps Apply arch athlete bevelled calcaneum CHECK FUNCTION cohesive bandage CONTRAINDICATION distal dorsum effect elastic tape eyelets fat pad Figure finger Fixomull or Mefix flexion foot forefoot gait analysis gauze square hammer toes heel humeral head hypoallergenic tape hypoallergenic undertape Fixomull INDICATION FUNCTION injury insole instability joint line Journal of Sports knee lace lateral aspect lateral side lesions ligament Lock Strips lower leg medial side metatarsal head metatarsophalangeal joint midfoot muscle neutral position painfree patellar taping patellofemoral pain Physical Therapy Plantar fasciitis plantarflexed popliteal fossa POSITION Patient pronation proprioception protect rearfoot rigid tape rotation scapula semicompressed felt skin soft tissue spine Sports Medicine stability strip of tape subtalar joint symptoms tape Fig technique tension thoracic thumb tibial treatment unload valgus vastus medialis weight-bearing wrap wrist