CURAD® Sports Tape is a high quality athletic tape for all purpose use. This non-elastic strong and durable adhesion. Also for use on equipment such as hockey sticks, baseball bats, tennis racquets and golf clubs.
For best results, apply to clean, dry, skin. Avoid wrapping too tightly, and stretching tape or skin. Remove tape immediately if swelling or numbness occurs. Smooth tape as it's applied to avoid wrinkles that could cause irritation or blisters. Each layer should overlap by a third and gaps between strips should be avoided.
With foot at 90° angle, place two anchor strips around lower calf. Starting at the inner leg smooth 5 to 6 strips from the anchor strips, around the heel and up to the other side of the anchor strips in a progressively overlapping manner. Wrap 5 to 6 locking strips above the ankle to cover the stirrup strips and hold them in place.
In order to lock heel, start a new piece of tape at instep and wrap around foot-arch, heel and ankle in a repetitive figure 8 pattern. Wrap 2 or 3 times
To provide additional support and cover edges of tape, take individual strips and wrap once around the leg in an ascending manner. Repeat until you have reached the top of the anchor strips around the foot and lower leg as needed and ensure that no open spaces or weak spots are present
Finger Taping Place a gauze pad or small piece of felt between the injured fingers. Apply one piece of tape around the fingers close to the base of the fingers. Apply another close to the tips of the fingers. Ensure the middle joints are not taped over to allow some bend.
Wrist Taping: Have patient hold a hand in a neutral position. Apply tape in a circular motion around the narrow part of the wrist to support small bones in wrist or lower portion of forearm.
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