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Begin with a thin layer of Pre-Wrap 1 Anchor Strip
Support and Closure is basically all one continuous strip of tape Angle the tape slightly towards the hand and tape around the wrist in a smooth motion Overlap by about half
When you reach the hand, angle the tape up go around through the thumb Watch for bulges or wrinkles here Pull the sides of the tape to straighten out wrinkles to avoid making it too tight
Pinch the tape when pulling through the thumb to help avoid rubbing Pinch the down edge of the tape that will rub against the crease of the hand
Circle down and go around the wrist once Follow the line that you just made and wrap the tape up through the hand again Remember to pinch!
Tape back down the forearm The tape will angle slightly away from the hand on this pass This forms a slight X pattern against the original strips
End over the anchor strip Check for feeling, warmth, and color – may want to check capillary bed refill
Groin Wrap Begin the wrap with the foot turned slightly inward.
Hip Flexor Wrap. Foot is turned straight ahead for this wrap.
Begin with the person to be wrapped in the ‘teapot’ position Use a 4” double length elastic wrap.
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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.
Arch Tape. Beginning Clean and Dry Foot at about 90˚ Shaved foot may not require pre-wrap.
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OBJ: I WILL DEMONSTRATE PROPER WRAPPING TECHNIQUE FOR COMMON INJURIES IN ATHLETICS Wrapping and Taping.
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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.
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In this section, you will look at model performers in the following skills/techniques: Control Straight Dribble Indian Dribble Push Pass Slap Hit Reverse.
© 2007 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Chapter 11: Bandaging and Taping Techniques.
McGraw-Hill/Irwin © 2013 McGraw-Hill Companies. All Rights Reserved. Chapter 10: Wrapping and Taping Techniques.
Fundamentals of Taping. Why do ATC’s tape? Protective tape is used to prevent injuries and to keep existing injuries from getting worse Must be applied.
1. 2 Routinely used by athletic trainers Used to minimize swelling, provide support to injured areas and prevent injury While techniques are not difficult.
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Exercises used and adapted by permission of Boston University Matter of Balance Exercises.
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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© 2010 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Chapter 11: Bandaging and Taping Techniques.
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