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PRESENTED BY :
DR.DEEPAK RAGHAV
PRINCIPAL/HOD
SANTOSH COLLEGE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
SANTOSH MEDICAL & DENTAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, ...
INTRODUCTION
KINESIOTAPE WAS DEVELOPED INTHE EARLY 1980’S
 BY DR. KENZO KASE.
DEPENDING ON HOWYOU APPLYTHE KINESIOTAPE
...
INTRODUCTION
KINESIOTAPE WORKS BY SUBCUTANEOUSLY
LIFTINGTHE SKIN.
ENHANCES MUSCULAR, JOINT AND
CIRCULATORY FUNCTION BY F...
KINESIO TAPE
WHY KINESIO TAPE
 100 % COTTON.
NO MEDICATIONS.
WATER RESISTANT CAN BE APPLIED FOR
3-5 DAYS.
 LATEX FREE.
 CAN STRETC...
WHY KINESIO TAPE
 DOES NOT RESTICT ROM
DEPENDING ON HOWYOU APPLYTHE
KINESIOTAPE IT CAN WORK IN DIFFERENT
WAYS.
CAN BE A...
 PREVENTION OR RECURRENCE OF INJURY.
 SUPPORTING THE LIGAMENTS,TENDONS AND
MUSCLESTO PROTECTTHE FURTHER INJURY.
 IT PRO...
OVER AN ACTIVE MALIGNANCY SITE
OVER ACTIVE CELLULITIS OR SKIN INFECTION
OPEN WOUNDS
DEEPVEINTHROMBOSIS
CONTRAINDICATIO...
DIABETES.
KIDNEY DISEASE.
CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE.
CAD OR BRUITS INTHE CAROTIDARTERY.
FRAGILE OR HEALING SKIN.
PRECA...
TAPING PRINCIPLES
HOW DIDTHE INJURY OCCUR?
WHAT STRUCTURES WERE DAMAGED?
ISTHE INJURY ACUTE AND CHRONIC?
AREYOU FAMILI...
WASH & DRY SKIN.
TAPING GUIDELINES
 SHAVETHE SKIN.
TAPING GUIDELINES
REMOVE OILS AND LOTION.
CHECKTHE PATIENT SKIN.
PATIENT ANDTHERAPIST SHOULD BE IN A
COMFORTABLE POSITION.
TAPING
GUIDELI...
SKIN
REDUCES PAIN BY ALLEVIATING PRESSURE
ONTHE NEURAL & SENSORY RECEPTORS
 REDUCES SWELLING BY INCREASING FLUID
MOVEMEN...
CIRCULATORY
CAN SPEED LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE
& FLOW BY INCREASINGTHE
AMOUNT OF SPACE BENEATHTHE
SKIN.
FASCIA
BYTAPINGTHE SKIN IT CAN EFFECT
THE DEEPEST LAYER OF FASCIA
MUSCLE
TAPE CAN RELIEVE MUSCLE PAIN,
INCREASE ROM ,NORMALIZE
LENGTH/TENSION RATIOTO CREATE
OPTIMAL FORCE ,ASSISTWITHTISSU...
JOINT
TAPE CAN IMPROVE JOINT, ALIGNMENT &
BIOMECHANICS.
 FACILITATE LIGAMENT &TENDON
FUNCTION.
 ENHANCE KINESTHETICAWAR...
Y CUT
I CUT
X CUT
FAN CUT
WEB CUT
DONUT CUT
 AFTER APPLICATION, LIGHTLY RUBTHETAPETO
ACTIVATETHE HEAT ACTIVATED ADH...
TYPES OFAPPLICATION
“PAPER OFFTENSION” –TAPE IS APPLIED
WITHTHE 10-15%TENSION OFFTHE PAPER.
TENSION GREATERTHAN 50% ARE ...
TYPES OFAPPLICATION
INHIBITION- DTO P (ITO O) APPLIEDWITH
15TO 25%TENSION
THERAPEUTIC DIRECTION ISTHE RECOIL
OFTHETAPETO...
UPPER TRAPEZIUS
 INSERTIONTO ORIGIN
 APPROXIMATELY 5-10% STRETCH
 TISSUE PLACED IN A STRETCH POSITION
INHIBITION TECHNI...
FACILITATION TECHNIQUE
RHOMBOID
ORIGINTO INSERTION
TAPE STRETCHED 15-25%
TISSUE PLACED IN STRETCH POSITION OR
DONE IN A...
JOINT CORRECTION
ANTERIOR G/H JOINT
JOINT PLACED IN ITS MECHANICALLY
CORRECT
POSITIONWHEN POSSIBLE
TAPE IS STRETCHED 50...
EDEMA REDUCTION
ANKLE SPRAIN
PLACE IN LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE
DIRECTION
TAPE STRETCHED MINIMALLY
PLACED OVER BRUISING OR SWE...
EQUINE TAPING FOR NECK PAIN
NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY : DR.DEEPAK RAGHAV PRINCIPAL/HOD SANTOSH COLLEGE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY SANTOSH MEDICAL & DENTAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL, GHAZIABAD
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION KINESIOTAPE WAS DEVELOPED INTHE EARLY 1980’S  BY DR. KENZO KASE. DEPENDING ON HOWYOU APPLYTHE KINESIOTAPE IT CAN WORK IN DIFFERENT WAYS.  IT MIMICSTHE QUALITIES OF HUMAN SKIN. BEING LIGHT AND AS FLEXIBLE ASTHE SKIN.THIS ISTO AVOIDTHE BODIES PERCEPTION OF WEIGHT AND AVOIDS SENSORY STIMULI.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION KINESIOTAPE WORKS BY SUBCUTANEOUSLY LIFTINGTHE SKIN. ENHANCES MUSCULAR, JOINT AND CIRCULATORY FUNCTION BY FACILITATING A MUSCLE, INHIBITING A MUSCLE, WORKING WITHTHE LYMPH SYSTEMTO HELP WITH EDEMA. CAN BE USED IN ALL PHASES OF AN INJURY ACUTE, SUBACUTE AND REHABILITATIVE.
  4. 4. KINESIO TAPE
  5. 5. WHY KINESIO TAPE  100 % COTTON. NO MEDICATIONS. WATER RESISTANT CAN BE APPLIED FOR 3-5 DAYS.  LATEX FREE.  CAN STRETCH TO 40-60% OF ITS RESTING LENGTH.
  6. 6. WHY KINESIO TAPE  DOES NOT RESTICT ROM DEPENDING ON HOWYOU APPLYTHE KINESIOTAPE IT CAN WORK IN DIFFERENT WAYS. CAN BE APPLIED FROM PEDIATRICTO GERIATRIC POPULATION.
  7. 7.  PREVENTION OR RECURRENCE OF INJURY.  SUPPORTING THE LIGAMENTS,TENDONS AND MUSCLESTO PROTECTTHE FURTHER INJURY.  IT PROTECT AND SUPPORTTHE INJURED STRUCTURE IN FUNCTIONAL POSITION.  IT ENHANCES PROPRIOCEPTION OF LIMB AND JOINTS.  IT ENHANCES KINESTHESIA.
  8. 8. OVER AN ACTIVE MALIGNANCY SITE OVER ACTIVE CELLULITIS OR SKIN INFECTION OPEN WOUNDS DEEPVEINTHROMBOSIS CONTRAINDICATIONS
  9. 9. DIABETES. KIDNEY DISEASE. CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE. CAD OR BRUITS INTHE CAROTIDARTERY. FRAGILE OR HEALING SKIN. PRECAUTIONS
  10. 10. TAPING PRINCIPLES HOW DIDTHE INJURY OCCUR? WHAT STRUCTURES WERE DAMAGED? ISTHE INJURY ACUTE AND CHRONIC? AREYOU FAMILIAR WITHTHE ANATOMY AND BIOMECHANICS OFTHE PARTS INVOLVED? AREYOU FAMILIAR WITHTECHNIQUE?
  11. 11. WASH & DRY SKIN. TAPING GUIDELINES
  12. 12.  SHAVETHE SKIN. TAPING GUIDELINES
  13. 13. REMOVE OILS AND LOTION. CHECKTHE PATIENT SKIN. PATIENT ANDTHERAPIST SHOULD BE IN A COMFORTABLE POSITION. TAPING GUIDELINES
  14. 14. SKIN REDUCES PAIN BY ALLEVIATING PRESSURE ONTHE NEURAL & SENSORY RECEPTORS  REDUCES SWELLING BY INCREASING FLUID MOVEMENT.
  15. 15. CIRCULATORY CAN SPEED LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE & FLOW BY INCREASINGTHE AMOUNT OF SPACE BENEATHTHE SKIN.
  16. 16. FASCIA BYTAPINGTHE SKIN IT CAN EFFECT THE DEEPEST LAYER OF FASCIA
  17. 17. MUSCLE TAPE CAN RELIEVE MUSCLE PAIN, INCREASE ROM ,NORMALIZE LENGTH/TENSION RATIOTO CREATE OPTIMAL FORCE ,ASSISTWITHTISSUE RECOVERY & REDUCE FATIGUE.
  18. 18. JOINT TAPE CAN IMPROVE JOINT, ALIGNMENT & BIOMECHANICS.  FACILITATE LIGAMENT &TENDON FUNCTION.  ENHANCE KINESTHETICAWARENESS.  CORRECT IMBALANCE.
  19. 19. Y CUT I CUT X CUT FAN CUT WEB CUT DONUT CUT  AFTER APPLICATION, LIGHTLY RUBTHETAPETO ACTIVATETHE HEAT ACTIVATED ADHESIVE.
  20. 20. TYPES OFAPPLICATION “PAPER OFFTENSION” –TAPE IS APPLIED WITHTHE 10-15%TENSION OFFTHE PAPER. TENSION GREATERTHAN 50% ARE USED FOR CORRECTIVETECHNIQUES ONLY. FACILITATION -PTO D (OTO I) APPLIED WITH 15-35%TENSION
  21. 21. TYPES OFAPPLICATION INHIBITION- DTO P (ITO O) APPLIEDWITH 15TO 25%TENSION THERAPEUTIC DIRECTION ISTHE RECOIL OFTHETAPETOWARDSTHE ANCHOR. THERAPEUTIC ZONE ISTHETARGETED TISSUE.
  22. 22. UPPER TRAPEZIUS  INSERTIONTO ORIGIN  APPROXIMATELY 5-10% STRETCH  TISSUE PLACED IN A STRETCH POSITION INHIBITION TECHNIQUE
  23. 23. FACILITATION TECHNIQUE RHOMBOID ORIGINTO INSERTION TAPE STRETCHED 15-25% TISSUE PLACED IN STRETCH POSITION OR DONE IN ACTIVE MOTION
  24. 24. JOINT CORRECTION ANTERIOR G/H JOINT JOINT PLACED IN ITS MECHANICALLY CORRECT POSITIONWHEN POSSIBLE TAPE IS STRETCHED 50-100%
  25. 25. EDEMA REDUCTION ANKLE SPRAIN PLACE IN LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE DIRECTION TAPE STRETCHED MINIMALLY PLACED OVER BRUISING OR SWELLING
  26. 26. EQUINE TAPING FOR NECK PAIN
  27. 27. NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE
  28. 28. THANK YOU

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