An Illustrated Guide To Taping Techniques, Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition

An Illustrated Guide To Taping Techniques

2nd Edition Principles and Practice

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, Principle osteopath of the Osteopathic Clinic Ltd; Karin Austin, BPT, BSc; Kathryn Gwynn-Brett, BSc, PT and Sarah Marshall, BSc, PT


Section 1

INTRODUCTION

1 TAPING SUPPLIES

2 TAPING OBJECTIVES

3 GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR TAPING

4 BASIC PATHOLOGY

Sprains chart * Strains chart * Contusions chart

5 KEY TAPING TECHNIQUES

Anchors * Stirrups * Vertical strips * Butterfly or Check-rein * Locks * Figure-8 * Compression strips * Closing-up strips

Section 2

6 FOOT AND ANKLE

Toe sprain * Longitudinal arch sprain * Ankle sprain: prophylactic * Ankle sprain: contusion: acute * Ankle sprain rehabilitation - basic lateral * Ankle sprain rehabilitation ? adaptation strips (Fanned stirrups - Heel locking figure-8 - Reverse figure-8)* Ankle sprain: advanced techniques for isolated ligaments (Anterior talo-fibular - Calcaneo-fibular - Posterior talo-fibular - Deltoid - Anterior inferior tibio-fibular) * Calf contusion / strain * Achilles tendonitis /strain * Peroneus longus * Tendonitis / strain * Tibialis posterior tendonitis / strain

7 KNEE AND THIGH

Medial collateral ligament (MCL) * Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) * Patello-femoral pain * Quadriceps contusion * Adductor strain

8 SHOULDER AND ELBOW

Acromio-clavicular joint * Elbow hyperextension

9 WRIST AND HAND

Wrist hyperextension * Thumb sprain * Finger sprain

10 EPILOGUE

Glossary

Bibliography

List of ?T.E.S.T.S.? charts with page numbers

Index