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    Taping techniques

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    Hi all

    I would like to know about some good references for taping techniques-indications,method and the like.
    thanks in advance

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    Here are information resources that you may utilize for studies.

    Preventative Adult taping Techniques

    Strapping and Tapping Techniques for Sports Injuries

    Taping Techniques for Preventative and Sports Injuries

    Taping techniques Second Edition

    Taping Techniques

    Ankle Injuries and Tapping for Stroke

    Preventative taping Techniques

    Guide to Strapping and Tapping

    Tapping techniques- Physio Tools


    Books on Tapping

    Fundamentals Of Athletic Training - by Lorin Cartwright

    Collision Sports - by David Fevre

    Sports Medicine Essentials - by Jim Clover

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    Thanks a lot!!



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    nice links really:eek


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    Yes, nice links. Is there anything on kinesio taping?links, cds, books?


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    Re: Taping techniques

    thnx sdkashif ..really i was in need for those good links


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    Re: Taping techniques

    Theres some great video of taping techniques at the Australian Elastoplast website:
    Elastoplast Videos
    These clips seem to be part of a DVD but I couldnt find any links to one.
    Does anyone know if this is available to buy & if they ship outside Australia?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: Taping techniques

    dear rinnin,
    I took the trouble of looking up the site and the first video I watched... I was a little shocked!

    The ankle tape start by placing the rigid tape around the ankle a few times!!!!!!!!
    That is a violation of everything I have been taught! Never completely circle the extremity!
    and then they go on and tiny pleats are formed under the heel......... oh dear

    I suggest that IF you want to learn how to tape, go to a professional, who is not linked to any firm or tape supplier and learn how to tape yourself.
    do not try learning to tape from some videos...

    good luck

    esther de ru


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    Re: Taping techniques

    Thanks esther,
    Since we never did taping in Uni thought this might be helpful.
    I'm surprise a big company like that with chartered physios are demonstrating the wrong techniques.
    I'll erase everything I saw from memory.
    REgards
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    Re: Taping techniques

    Hmm.. taping, interesting. Very useful technique, very important to use objective outcomes,

    What do others use to justify inclusion of taping? ie. outcome measures, indications, contra


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    Re: Taping techniques

    dear everybody

    Regarding Kinesiotaping or Medical Taping Concept.
    Both originate in Japan. Different to the regular non elastic tape used in sports.
    For lots of information on the tape, background, indications, further reading and books go to:

    Kinesio Taping | Tex Tape | Most Recommended Therapeutic Taping For Stability | Comfort site

    On YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. various tape applications can be seen, just search for kinesiotaping or medical taping concepts.

    kind regards

    Esther

    Last edited by physiobob; 23-11-2008 at 03:35 PM.

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    Re: Taping techniques

    Hi pal, this is john pressley , orthopaedic physiotherapist from INDIA. its quite simple ............go to google and type taping for jumpers knee..... taping for .....etc.......this is quite useful . for further references here r some......

    1. Callaghan M J 1997 patellar taping, the theory versus the evidence : a review . Physical therapy reviews 2:181-183.


    2. Crossley K, Cowan SM, Bennell K L, Mc Connell J 2000 patellar taping : is clinical success supported by scientific evidence? Manual therapy 5(3) : 142-145.

    3. Cushnaghan J, McCarthy C, Dieppe P 1995 Taping the patella medially : a new treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee . BMJ 308: 753-755.

    4. Callaghan M J, Selfe J, Bagley P, Oldham JA 2002 .The effect of patellar taping on knee joint proprioception . Journal of Athletic training 37(1): 19-24.

    5. Herrington L, Payton C J 1997 Effects of corrective taping
    Of the patella on patients with patellofemoral pain .
    Physiotherapy 83(11) : 566-572.

    6 Powers C M, Landel R, Sosnick T et al 1997. The effects of
    Patellar taping on stride characteristics and joint motion in subjects with patellofemoral pain . Journal of Orthopaedics and sports physical therapy 26(6): 286-291.

    I think this information is enough for u.........for any personal request also u can contact my email physio.john81@gmail.com


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    Re: Taping techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by billyzaf View Post
    Yes, nice links. Is there anything on kinesio taping?links, cds, books?
    Take a look here for CD/DVD's and Books on Taping: Results for taping - The Physio Shop - Online physiotherapy equipment, physiotherapy supplies and physio rehabilitation equipment.

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    Re: Taping techniques

    dear physiobob,
    How do I know if one of the books I found on your physio-shop contains information about elastic taping, medical taping or kinesiotaping, not just the "old" techniques.

    One of the links ( 27 september ) for medical taping doesn't work.... beter is
    Physiotape - medicaltaping.com - English - Medical Taping Concept

    Esther


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    Re: Taping techniques

    Quote Originally Posted by estherderu View Post
    dear physiobob,
    How do I know if one of the books I found on your physio-shop contains information about elastic taping, medical taping or kinesiotaping, not just the "old" techniques.

    One of the links ( 27 september ) for medical taping doesn't work.... beter is
    Physiotape - medicaltaping.com - English - Medical Taping Concept

    Esther
    The last link you mention has now been removed. Thanks for the heads up on that one

    As for the books, I expect those are as you mention pre the use of kinesiotaping. The videos from Clinics In Motion are excellent though in their production and in their various views from the camera on the application of the tape. I can highly recommend these.

    Last edited by physiobob; 23-11-2008 at 03:35 PM.
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