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CLINICAL TAPING
 
Bruise Indigestion Frozen Shoulder Shoulder Pain from Overuse
Intercostal Neuralgia Rheumatism of Elbow Tennis Elbow Golf Elbow
Rheumatism of Wrist Thumb Tendinitis Rheumatism of Finger Rheumatism of Knee
Calf Swelling Calf Cramp Rheumatism of Ankle Flat Foot

 

 

ares clinical taping - bruise

       
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bruise (Contusion)

Contusions occur when a direct blow or repeated blows from a blunt object strike part of the body, crushing underlying muscle fibers and connective tissue without breaking the skin. A contusion can result from falling or jamming the body against a hard surface.

Sometimes a pool of blood collects within damaged tissue, forming a lump over the injury (hematoma).  In severe cases, swelling and bleeding beneath the skin may cause shock. If tissue damage is extensive, you may also have a fractured bone, dislocated joint, sprain, torn muscle, or other injuries.

Contusions cause swelling and pain and limit joint range of motion near the injury. Torn blood vessels may cause bluish discoloration. The injured muscle may feel weak and stiff.

To control pain, bleeding, and inflammation, keep the muscle in a gentle stretch position and use the RICE formula:

  • Rest: Protect the injured area from further harm by stopping play. You may also use a protective device (i.e., crutches, sling).
  • Ice: Apply ice wrapped in a clean cloth. (Remove ice after 20 minutes.)
  • Compression: Lightly wrap the injured area in a soft bandage or ace wrap.
  • Elevation: Raise it to a level above the heart.

During the first 24 to 48 hours after injury (acute phase), you will probably need to continue using rest, ice, compression bandages, and elevation of the injured area to control bleeding, swelling, and pain. While the injured part heals, be sure to keep exercising the uninjured parts of your body to maintain your overall level of fitness.

After a few days, inflammation should start to go down and the injury may feel a little better.            

Main Functions of Ares Kinesiology Tape

  • Relieves pain and muscle fatigue
  • Improves circulation and lymphatic flow via superficial activation while reducing inflammation
  • Corrects muscle function through reduction of muscle tension and strengthening of the weakened muscle
  • Corrects misalignment of joints
  • Returns body to homeostasis.
  • Works with the body to allow and increase normal range of motion
  • May normalize length/tension ratios to create optimal force
  • Assist and improve tissue recovery
  • Restores epidermal tissue homeostasis
  • Decrease inflammation and pressure on mechanical receptors

 

 

 

APPLICATIONS
 

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APPLICATIONS(Clinical)

Front Neck Pain
Lateral Neck Pain
Posterior Neck Pain 1
Posterior Neck Pain 2
Neck Stiffness
Neck & Shoulder 1
Neck & Shoulder 2
Posterior Upper Shoulder
General Shoulder Pain 1
General Shoulder Pain 2
Shoulder Contusion
Biceps
Tricepts

Medial Elbow Pain 1
Medial Elbow Pain 2
Lateral Elbow Pain 1
Lateral Elbow Pain 2
General Wrist Pain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Outer Lower Arm 1
Outer Lower Arm 2
Inner Lower Arm
Thumb Pain
Finger Pain

Lower Back 1
Lower Back 2
Lower Back 3
Lower Back 4
Back & Shoulder
Upper Back 1
Upper Back 2
Abdomen 1
Abdomen 2
Abdomen 3
Abdomen 4
Rib Pain 1
Rib Pain 2
Tail Bone
Chest Pain 1
Chest Pain 2

Hip 1
Hip 2
Hip Joint
Muscles of Thigh
Front Thigh 1
Front Thigh 2
Posterior Thigh 1
Posterior Thigh 2
Groin Pull
Groin Pull (Video)

Knee Pain 1
Knee Pain 2
Knee Pain 3
Knee Pain 4
Knee Pain 5
Knee Pain (Video)
Patella Pain 1
Patella Pain 2
Medial Knee Pain
Lateral Knee Pain
Calf Pain
Calf Pain (Video)
Shin Splints
Achilles Tendon 1
Achilles Tendon 2
Achilles Tendon 3
Achilles Tendon (Video)

Medial Ankle Sprain
Lateral Ankle Sprain
Big Toe
Hallux Valgus
Sole Pain 1
Sole Pain 2
Planter Fasciitis

Bruise
Indigestion
Frozen Shoulder
Shoulder Pain from Overuse
Intercostal Neuralgia
Rheumatism of Elbow
Tennis Elbow
Golf Elbow
Rheumatism of Wrist
Thumb Tendinitis
Rheumatism of Finger
Rheumatism of Knee
Calf Swelling
Calf Cramp
Rheumatism of Ankle
Flat Foot




                       

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