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Hip Flexor Wrap
Foot is turned straight ahead for this wrap
Hip Flexor Wrap Pull the Hip Flexor wrap away from the center line Wrap 1 to 2 times around the upper thigh Pull the wrap 1 to ½ times its original length
Hip Flexor Wrap Aim the wrap slightly upward Pull the wrap to go up around the waist
Hip Flexor Wrap Go around the waist once
Hip Flexor Wrap Go around the upper thigh once with the wrap Notice the X that was formed at the top of the wrap
Hip Flexor Wrap Go up around the waist for a second time Overlap somewhat above the first pass around Notice the X that is formed by the wrap – see that the original X is covered up
Hip Flexor Wrap Finish the procedure by wrapping any excess wrap around the upper thigh Secure it with tape Avoid wrinkles! Check for feeling, warmth, numbness, and tingling
Groin Wrap Begin the wrap with the foot turned slightly inward.
Ankle Wrap. Use a 4 inch single wrap Begin wrapping at the toes Move up towards the heart Pull wrap 1 ½ times its original length.
Begin with the person to be wrapped in the ‘teapot’ position Use a 4” double length elastic wrap.
Begin with a thin layer of Pre-Wrap 1 Anchor Strip.
Acute Care Lab Spring ‘10. Adduction ◦ Move toward the midline of the body (medial) ABduction ◦ Move away from the midline of the body (lateral)
Body Mechanics LEQ: How does using proper body mechanics prevent injury in the healthcare setting?
Bandaging and Taping Techniques. 1.Injury prevention 2.Provide compression to minimize swelling 3.Provide additional support to an injured structure 4.Decreases.
By: Emily Klein. First Degree-Pain, mild disability, point tenderness, little laxity, little or no swelling First Degree-Pain, mild disability,
Closed Basket Weave. To Begin: Clean and Dry Foot at 90°
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Unit 8: Taping and Bandaging. Equipment Terms Protective Equipment: Specialized sports equipment that is used to protect athletes from injury. NOCSAE:
12 Ladders Skill Drills. 2 Objectives Perform one-, two-, three- and four-FF carries. Perform one-, two-, three- and four-FF raises. Tie the halyard.
12 Ladders Skill Drills. 2 Objectives (1 of 4) Perform a one-fire fighter carry. Perform a two-fire fighter shoulder carry. Perform a three-fire fighter.
Ergonomics Stretches and Exercises. Place your hands palm-to-palm in front of you Move hands downward, keeping your palms together, until you feel a mild.
Sterilizing With an Autoclave Indicators are used to ensure that articles have been sterilized Autoclave tape, sensitivity marks on bags or wraps, indicator.
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2- BODY WEIGHT SQUATS: Feet shoulder width apart, hands behind head with fingers locked. Lower body until top of thighs are parallel to the floor. Maintain.
STATIC STRETCHES Stretch to the point of resistance. Hold each stretch for 10 – 15 seconds. Do not bounce.
JOBST ® LymphCARE Compression bandaging for the leg with lymphoedema.
Fiberglass Short Arm Cast Application and Removal.
OBJ: I WILL DEMONSTRATE PROPER WRAPPING TECHNIQUE FOR COMMON INJURIES IN ATHLETICS Wrapping and Taping.
SHSAA Coaches Symposium August 19 th 2008 Kevin Cumming
Job Performance Requirement Tying a Rescue Knot.
1) Roll up the puttees. Start the roll by rolling the cotton tape, gradually towards the wool strip and roll that up as well. Roll the puttees up in so.
Cool down Stretching. Calf 1.Stand with feet apart 2.Back foot pointing forward with the heel on the floor 3.Front leg bent 4.Lean forward aiming to keep.
13 Search and Rescue Skill Drills. 2 Objectives (1 of 4) Demonstrate the one-person walking assist. Demonstrate the two-person walking assist. Demonstrate.
13 Search and Rescue Skill Drills. 2 Objectives Demonstrate the one- and two- person walking assist. Demonstrate the two-person extremity carry. Demonstrate.
Thera-Band Cervical Extension Isometric - Helps strengthen the deep neck stabilizers, including the deep neck flexors. Instructions: Place the middle of.
How to construct the draw string bag Some things you’ll need to make a bag.
BACK SAFETY & SAFE LIFTING 1PPT Bureau of Workers’ Compensation PA Training for Health & Safety (PATHS)
Chapter 12. The extremities consist of— Bones. Soft tissue. Blood vessels. Nerves.
Lapped Zipper instruction Use for instance on a back of a skirt in next 6 slides 5 steps to follow.
CHAPTER 12: THE RESIDENT’S UNIT. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Explain why a comfortable environment is important for the resident’s well-beling Describe a standard.
Strength Training Circuit (Station Slides) To assist with the conduct of the Strength Training Circuit, print off these slides and place them in page protectors.
And changing diapers. Infants: Lets them know they’re not alone Allows them to bond with you Comfort Tells them that you care and good for emotional.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF HAIR CUTTING. PRINICPLES What is the definition of a principle? A PRINCIPLE is a fundamental law or assumption about how something works.
Back Safety & Safe Lifting. Anatomy of the Back n Why do injuries occur? –Knowing what causes back injuries can help you prevent them.
Structure of vertebral column - The Backbone.
Disclaimer All stretches should be performed in the manner described. Hold each position at the point of comfortable stretch for 10 seconds. Employees.
BODY MECHANICS. The way in which the body moves and maintains balance while making the most efficient use of all of its parts Positions and movements.
In this section, you will look at model performers in the following skills/techniques: Control Straight Dribble Indian Dribble Push Pass Slap Hit Reverse.
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