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By Thomas John Hewetson MSc Sports Injury and Therapy BSc(Hons)Osteopathic Medicine Diploma Osteopathy PG Dip Sports Injury and Therapy PG Cert Sports Science, Karin Austin BPT BSc, Kathryn Gwynn-Brett BSc PT, Sarah Marshall BSc PT

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Tendency to use too much tape Quality Control: While the Taping is in Progress, Monitor these Points • • • • 30 Strip Is effective compression being maintained without loss of circulation? Is the tape adhering properly? Is the injured structure being properly supported by the technique chosen? Are the supporting strips and anchor points adequately tight? NOTE: The strip technique is demonstrated in this guide as we believe this to be more effective as it provides very specific localized support for the injured structures.

Ankle sprain. Management of recent lesions and prevention of secondary instability. Rev Med Liege 2005; 60: 783-788. 11. Carter AF, Muller R. A survey of injury knowledge and technical needs of junior Rugby Union coaches in Townsville (North Queensland). J Sci Med Sport 2008; 11: 167-173. 12. Palmer T, Toombs JD. Managing joint pain in primary care. J Am Board Fam Pract 2004; 17(suppl): S32-42. 13. Perryman JR, Hershman EB. The acute management of soft tissue injuries of the knee. Orthop Clin North Am 2002; 33: 575-585.

The remodelling phase is, as the name suggests, the phase in which the tissues reform to ‘normal’. 3 During this phase we would opt for taping techniques that allow greater movement while still offering support. 6 This is a very negative way of reporting statistics and if we look at these from another perspective, we could say that tape retains 60–80% of its effectiveness after 20 minutes. However, joint control is increased when muscles are warm and therefore, the stabilizing effect of tape is more important during the initial stages of training or competition,7 so we really only need tape to be maximally effective during this time.

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An Illustrated Guide To Taping Techniques: Principles and Practice, Second Edition by Thomas John Hewetson MSc Sports Injury and Therapy BSc(Hons)Osteopathic Medicine Diploma Osteopathy PG Dip Sports Injury and Therapy PG Cert Sports Science, Karin Austin BPT BSc, Kathryn Gwynn-Brett BSc PT, Sarah Marshall BSc PT


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