Practical Application of Phiten Products in Sports Field

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Practical Application
of Phiten Products
in Sports Field
~Effective Usage of Tape and
Lotion for Specific Symptoms~
By Toshi Kawake, ATC
1. Major Goals of Phiten Products
Better Condition
• Benefit
– Improvement
– Prevention
– Enhancement
Prevention
Enhancement
Normal Condition
Prevention
Improvement
Injury - Disease
2. Anatomical Terminology
•
•
•
•
•
Bone
Ligament(Bone to bone)
Joint(ROM)
Muscle(Agonist/ Antagonist)
Tendon(Bone to Muscle)
3. Cause of Injury
• Internal Factor
ex. Over capability of individual
• External Factor
ex. Stress from other Individual
* No matter how much attention is
directed toward the general
principles of injury prevention, the
nature of participation in sports
dictates that sooner or later injury
will occur. The cause may come
from either internal or external
factors.
4.-1 Type of Injury - Acute
Acute
• Sprain(Ligament Tear Injury)
• Strain(Muscle or Tendon Tear Injury)
• Dislocation(Joint Injury)
• Fracture(Bone Injury)
* Acute injuries are caused by
trauma. These acute injuries
may cause chronic injuries if
not healed for long term.
Normal
1 Minor
2 Partial Tear
3 Complete Tear
4.-2 Type of Injury – Chronic
Chronic
• Overuse Injury/ Syndrome
* Chronic injuries can result from overuse as would occur
with the repetitive dynamics of running, throwing, or
jumping.
* On the way of healing, inflammation may occur. It is
supposed to be an acute process that ends when its role in
healing process has been accomplished. However, if the
source of irritation(e.g., the repetitive movements that
cause stress to the tendon etc.) is not removed, then the
inflammatory process becomes chronic rather than acute.
5. Applications
•
Sprain
1) Ankle Sprain(Lateral[Outside] Ligament)
2) Knee Sprain(Lateral Ligament)
•
Strain
3) Quadriceps
4) Hamstrings
•
Dislocation
5) Shoulder
•
Overuse Injury/ Syndrome
6) Shin Splint(Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome)
7) Tennis Elbow(Lateral Epicondylitis)
1) Ankle Sprain [Sprain #1]
Power tape
Roll tape
Stretch direction
Lotion
Site of Injury
2) Knee Sprain [Sprain #2]
Power tape
Roll tape
Stretch direction
Lotion
Site of Injury
3)Quadriceps [Strain #1]
4) Hamstrings [Strain #2]
Power tape
Roll tape
Stretch direction
Lotion
Site of Injury
5) Shoulder [Dislocation #1]
Anterior
Posterior
Power tape
Roll tape
Stretch direction
Lotion
Side
Site of Injury
6) Shin Splint [Overuse injury/ Syndrome
#1]
Power tape
Roll tape
Stretch direction
Lotion
Site of Injury
7) Tennis Elbow
[Overuse injury/ Syndrome #2]
Power tape
Roll tape
Stretch direction
Lotion
Site of Injury
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