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Closed Basket Weave
To Begin: Clean and Dry Foot at 90°
To Begin Continued: Spray Adhesive (Tuf-Skin)
Heel and Lace Pads Pads with VaselineApply to front and back
Apply Pre- Wrap Pull firmly to keep smooth Leave about 2 inches at top
Top Anchor Strips Begin on skinAngle first one slightly down
Top Anchor Strips Overlap second strip by 1/2 Angle approximately straight
Bottom Anchor – Figure 8 Set tape in bottom of arch Circle the foot Aim to malleoli
Bottom Anchor – Figure 8 Circle lower ankle (malleoli) Complete and tear
Anchor Strips 2 on top 1 Figure – 8 on the bottom
Support Strips Basket Weave 3 sets of Stirrups and Horseshoes Stirrups - inside to outside
Basket Weave Continued HorseshoesPull either direction
Basket Weave Complete
Support Strips Heel Locks 2 Sets Form 3 X’s on top, bottom, and back of heel
Heel Locks Continued
Figure 8 to finish
Support Strips Finish 2 Sets of Heel Locks 1 Figure 8
Closure Strips Close open spaces 3 on top 1 on the bottom
Closure Strips Continued
Complete Tape Finished tape, no holes, except one at the heel Neat, no wrinkles May gap a little at heel
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Begin with a thin layer of Pre-Wrap 1 Anchor Strip.
Wrapping and taping techniques. Steps 1. Ask Permission 2. Expose the area 3. “Roll” the bandage on 4. Start on top of hand/foot and pull slightly tight.
Wrapping and taping techniques
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Taping in sport. Materials Elastic Adhesive Bandage (EAB) This adheres to body contours and its elastic properties mean that it can 'give' a little with.
By: Emily Klein. First Degree-Pain, mild disability, point tenderness, little laxity, little or no swelling First Degree-Pain, mild disability,
1. 2 Routinely used by athletic trainers Used to minimize swelling, provide support to injured areas and prevent injury While techniques are not difficult.
Sports Medicine Chapter 13
© 2010 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Chapter 11: Bandaging and Taping Techniques.
Chapter 10: Wrapping and Taping Techniques
Chapter 11: Bandaging and Taping Techniques
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