Have you always wondered how to tape sports injuries or had your own injuries that you want to know how to tape to protect them?
Taping sports injuries is a way to both prevent injuries, prevent further injuries or to protect injuries that are safe to play on but need some extra support. Being able to tape a sports injury can mean the difference between being able to play or participate and not. Certainly, all sports injuries should be evaluated by a medical professional to ensure they are healed enough for sport participation and you may still need to take it easy, or not participate as fully as you normally would, but often taping an injury can allow you to be a part of your sport/workout/game.
At the links below you can view the taping course that I have online for sports injuries. It is easy to follow and includes step by step lessons as well as videos to teach you how to tape sports injuries correctly. It is a basic course for coaches, parents, participants to be able to help themselves or teammates. It is not meant to be an advanced taping course with advanced concepts, just the basics for the beginner.
Check it out on either site and add to your skills to help yourself or a teammate when needed.
C ourses in sport injuries, rehabilitation, concussions and taping. Courses can be accessed through this link – Robyn Bagley | Certified Athletic Therapist, Strength and Conditioning Coac | Udemy
Courses in sport injuries, rehabilitation, concussions and taping. Courses can be accessed through this link – Robyn Bagley [Certified Athletic Therapist, Reiki Master] | Grinfer.com
Check it out and please forward this blog to anyone who might be interested.
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