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3NS TEX Physiotape Taping Manual

3NS TEX Physiotape Taping Manual explains the symptoms of various diseases as well as useful taping methods and related stretching exercises for both medical practitioners and general public. The Manual is an excellent source of information for anyone to learn the benefit of Kinesiology Physiotape.

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Ankle Sprain
 
 
 
  1. Apply one end of the I shaped sports tape just behind the lateral bump of the ankle.
  2. Apply the sports tape towards the lateral side of the foreleg while having patient medially flex one’s ankle.





 
 
 
 
 
Back Pain-1

1. Having the person stand, place one end of the I tape at the scrum paralleled to spine.
2. Bending forward,
3. Place the other end of the tape along the spine.
Repeat the same to the other side of the spine.
 
 

Back Pain-2
1. Apply one end of the tape below the navel.
2. Turning the upper trunk like the picture and urning the lower limb to the opposite side, place the other end of the tape in the picture.
 
 
 
Wrist Pain
1. Place the center of the tape at the backside of the wrist while person extending one’s fingers as much as possible.
2. Apply the tape around the wrist leaving a small amount of space between the ends on the palm side
of the wrist.
 
 
Hand Pain - When there is pain in the back of the hand
 
 
 
 
Knee Pain
1. Supine with knee fully extended, Apply one end of the tape at the upper thigh muscle.
2. Gradually flex the knee and at maximum flexion, place the other end of the tape down to knee joint.

 
 
 
Cramp and fatigue in leg
1. Flexing the ankle forward, apply base of Y-shaped tape to heel.  
2. Then, point the toes down to stretch the Achilles tendon.
3. Apply both ends of the tail of the Y-shaped tape to the posterior surface of the foreleg and wrap around the calf muscle.
 
 
Calf Pain
 
 
 
 
Shoulder Instability
1. Place one end of the I tape at midpoint of upper arm.
2. While extending the arm backward,
3. Place the other end of the tape toward lateral area of clavicle.
4. While adducting the arm forward,
5. Place the other end of the I tape toward scapula.
 
 
Shoulder Contusion
 
 
 
 
Strained Neck
1. Apply one end of the I tape at the upper part of the neck parallel to the spine.
2. While tilting the neck forward
3. Place the tape over the strained area.
Repeat the same on the right hand side paralleled to the spine.
 
 
 
Tennis Elbow-1
1. Place one end of the I tape at the back of wrist.
2. Flexing the wrist
3. Place the other end of the tape toward the lateral side of elbow.
 
 
Tennis Elbow-2
1. Place one end of the I tape at the midpoint of the lower arm,
2. Place the tape around the elbow following the direction of the picture.
 
 
Physilogical Effect of 3NS Taping Method
 

When a muscle is inflamed, swollen, or stiff, the space between the skin and muscle is compressed, resulting in constriction to the flow of lymphatic fluid. This compression applies pressure to the pain receptors beneath the skin, which in turn relays discomforting signals to the brain resulting in the person experiencing pain.

If you stretch the skin of the affected area before application of the tape, the taped skin will form wrinkles when the skin and muscles are back to its normal or neutral position. The wrinkling effect formed by the tape is essential in the effectiveness of the 3NS Taping Method and Technique.

Since this lifting of the skin increases the space between the skin and muscles, the lymphatic fluid between the skin and muscles moves more effectively. Therefore, the friction between the tissues beneath the skin is decreased due to the promoted movement of lymphatic fluid.

Due to increased space between the skin and muscle, pain is reduced because pressure on the pain receptors is lessened. The physiological effects of 3NS Tex Tape will enhance the body’s own healing process.
 
 
 
What is 3NS Taping Method ?

The taping method developed by 3NS R&D team and other high authoritative institutes in Korea supported by years long scientific data. It is a produce of the studies through everyday research and team projects on our products, which multiples the effect of conventional sports and muscle supporting sports tape (s).

We highly recommend you to use a broad type of “I” shaped tex taping method to cover problematic areas of body more effectively.

A unique-patterned adhesive therapeutic tape that provides gentle remedial effects to the neuromuscular system, blood & lymph circulation resulting in much relief for muscles as well as joint pain.

• Good ventilation by using style glue spread out to the tape.
• Realize ideal elastic band to fit movement of muscle, and will not prevent ordinary body movement.
• Minimized stimulation to sensitive skin.
• Beige, Blue, Red, Black, Orange and Purple in color.


 
(1) To remove paper backing, place the tip of your thumb on the top edge of the sports tape, and then simply roll back your thumb along and towards your body.

 
 
(2) To remove paper backing, since the tension of the 3NS Tex Sports Tape is different from that of the paper backing, the paper backing will tear as a result of twisting the tape itself.


 
 
 
(3) To apply the tape onto pain area, the skin and muscle of the appected area has to be fully stretched before application of the tape.
Do not stretch the tape itself, and then leave it on for 3~5 days

 
 
(4) When removing 3NS Tex Sports Tape from the skin, never remove the tape against the direction of body hair and giving as little tension as possible.
One should try to “remove skin from 3NS Tex Tape” rather than “removing 3