The main uses of taping are selective protection, support and offloading. In the case of certain existing injuries, the deliberate limitation of joint mobility can help to avoid further injury. The advantage of taping over complete rest is obvious: metabolic activity in the area concerned can be maintained at a high level, largely avoiding unwanted wastage of muscle tissue. Most sporting acitivity can even be continued, while following the advice of a physician.
Taping also has an important role to play in sports injury revention, as proven by its use for many years at elite level.
Sports Taping shows the main applications of taping, and includes step-by-step guides to the taping procedure. Accompanying measures such as skin protection are also featured.
126 pages. 2007.
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