Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques

Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques
Author: Karin Austin,Kathryn A. Gwynn-Brett,Sarah C. Marshall
Publsiher: Mosby Incorporated
Total Pages: 231
Release: 1994-01
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 0723416354

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This book is a comprehensive, highly visual manual on modern taping and bandaging techniques. Understanding and being able to use the techniques appropriately is an important skill and is particularly valuable to those involved in sports medicine, where use of the correct technique can alleviate pain, limit further damage, and may even allow the athlete's immediate return to the field.

An Illustrated Guide To Taping Techniques

An Illustrated Guide To Taping Techniques
Author: Thomas John Hewetson,Karin Austin,Kathryn Gwynn-Brett,Sarah Marshall
Publsiher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Total Pages: 228
Release: 2009-12-11
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9780723436386

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This successful and acclaimed guide has now been fully updated and expanded in its second edition. Injuries arre a constant problem in sporting life and often require immediate, on-the-spot action ot alleviate pain and limit further damage. this book addresses the two most essential elements of effective taping - reconition of injuries and applicaiton of tehcniquees. Accessible, portable and easy to use, the book is organized into two sections: the first covers taping supplies and their use, taping objectives, guidelines, basic pathology and key taping strategies; the second shows taping techniques in precise, step-by-step stages illustrated by color photographs. Techniques are further illustrated by physical demonstration in the DVD accompanying the book. Good taping is a matter of practice, but this book goes further than simply showing HOW to tape - it explores the reasons WHY we tape, and the therapeutic effect it has on the physiology, neurophysiology, biomechanics, neuromusculoskeletal system and psychology of an individual. The possible adverse reactions to these systems are also covered, as well as dermatological adverse reactions. Easy to use, step-by-step pictorial presentation Demonstrates techniques to provide immediate pain relief as well as the best environment for healing Includes detailed charts to help identify the injury and select the most appropriate taping tehcnique Illustrates and clarifies basic soft-tissue anatomy and physiology Portable, on-field manual Describes selection and use of taping material New color photographs and anatomical illustrations DVD with videoclips of taping techniques

Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques

Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques
Author: Karin A. Austin
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 229
Release: 1994
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: OCLC:761539087

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An Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques

An Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques
Author: Tom Hewetson,Karin Austin,Kathryn Gwynn-Brett
Publsiher: Mosby Incorporated
Total Pages: 221
Release: 2010
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 0723434824

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"Injuries are a constant problem in sporting life and often require immediate, on-the-spot action to alleviate pain and limit further damage. This book addresses the two most essential elements of effective taping - recognition of injuries and application of techniques. The book is organized into two sections: the first covers taping supplies and their use, taping objectives, guidelines, basic pathology and key taping strategies; the second shows taping techniques in precise, step-by-step stages illustrated by color photographs. Techniques are further illustrated by physical demonstration in the DVD accompanying the book. Good taping is a matter of practice, but this book goes further than simply showing HOW to tape - it explores the reasons WHY we tape, and the therapeutic effect it has on the physiology, neurophysiology, biomechanics, neuromusculoskeletal system and psychology of an individual. The possible adverse reactions to these systems are also covered, as well as dermatological adverse reactions."--Publisher.

K Taping

K Taping
Author: Birgit Kumbrink
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2011-11-17
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9783642129322

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Birgit Kumbrink's bestselling guide to K Taping - finally available in English! This richly illustrated hands-on guidebook features a highly successful therapeutic approach to treating orthopedic, traumatological and many other conditions. It serves both as a perfect companion to training courses and as a reference book and refresher for health care professionals who have completed their training. A brief introduction to the basic principles of K Taping, the special elastic tapes used and the method’s history is followed by 7 chapters highlighting treatment techniques and their application to 50 frequently seen conditions. Each is featured on a double page with up to five color photos, brief instruction, practical information about symptoms, dosage, progress to be expected and tips regarding variations of techniques. As the benefits of K Taping in enhancing the effects of other conservative care and surgical treatments are getting more and more appreciated, Birgit Kumbrink's “K Taping – An Illustrated Guide”, developed by Germany based K Taping Academy, has rapidly established itself as the ultimate reference book for therapists and clinicians in an ever expanding range of medical disciplines.

Taping Techniques

Taping Techniques
Author: Rose Macdonald
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 260
Release: 2004
Genre: Bandages and Bandaging
ISBN: UOM:39015058805592

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The new edition of this highly successful, practical handbook offers an abundance of new techniques and updated literature including a new chapter that explains the theory and principles behind unloading painful structures and stabilization techniques, an updated chapter on podiatry and its current trends, and descriptions of many new, simple, and effective international techniques that may be modified to suit the situation. Some "quickies" or "many uses" for one strip of tape are included in this new edition as well.

K Taping

K Taping
Author: Birgit Kumbrink
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 247
Release: 2014-12-04
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9783662435731

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Birgit Kumbrink's bestselling guide to K-Taping - now available in its 2nd edition! This richly illustrated hands-on guidebook features a highly successful therapeutic approach to treating orthopedic, traumatological, and many other conditions has now been extended to include 20 additional application techniques for the fields of neurology and gynecology (including pre- and post-natal). This practical guide provides all the background information physiotherapists, sports physiotherapists, medical doctors, occupational therapists and health care professionals need. It serves both as a perfect companion to training courses and as a reference book and refresher and shows how to use the specially developed elastic K-Tape most effectively. A brief introduction to the basic principles of K-Taping, the special elastic tapes used and the method’s history is followed by 9 chapters highlighting treatment techniques and their application to nearly 70 frequently seen conditions. Each is featured on a double page with up to five color photos, brief instruction, practical information about symptoms, dosage, progress to be expected and tips regarding variations of techniques. As the benefits of K-Taping in enhancing the effects of other conservative care and surgical treatments are getting more and more appreciated, Birgit Kumbrink's “K-Taping – An Illustrated Guide”, developed by Germany based K-Taping Academy, has rapidly established itself as the ultimate reference book for therapists and clinicians in an ever expanding range of medical disciplines.

An Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques

An Illustrated Guide to Taping Techniques
Author: Thomas John Hewetson,Karin Austin, Bpt BSC,Kathryn Gwynn-Brett,Sarah Marshall
Publsiher: Mosby
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2010-01-25
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 0323075576

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Injuries are a constant problem in sporting life and often require immediate, on-the-spot action to alleviate pain and limit further damage. This book addresses the two most useful elements of effective taping - recognition of injuries and application of techniques. It covers taping supplies and their use.