Kenzo Kase — chiropractor and acupuncture. Kenzo Kase was born in Japan in the early s. He was a sickly child, not allowed to attend physical education classes because of this physical frailty. Become a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner.

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Teres major Pectoralis major. Teres minor Rhomboid major. Rhomboid minor. Pronator teres. Pronator quadratus. Palmaris longus. Extensor pollicis longus. Extensor digiti brevis Brachial plexus tape. Diaphragm posterior Pee dae stocks sc an cesar ORT fap Extensor hallucis longus The Kinesio Taping method exhibits its efficacy through the activation of the neurologi- cal and circulatory systems, This method basically stems from the science of Kinesiol- ogy, recognizing the importance of body and muscle movement in rehabilitation and everyday life.

Muscles attribute not only to the movements of the bady, but also controls the circulation of venous and lymph flows, body temperature, etc. Therefore, the failure of the muscles to function properly in- duces various kinds of health maladies. Using an elastic tape, it was discovered that muscles and other tissues could be helped by outside assistance. Employment of Kinesio Taping creates a totally new approach to treating nerves, muscles, and organs.

For the first 10 years, orthopedists, chiropractors, acupuncturists and other medical practitioners were the main users of Kinesio Taping, Soon thereafter, Kinesio Tap- ing was discovered by Olympic volleyball players for preventative maintenance in Ja- pan and word quickly spread to other athletes.

When a muscle is inflamed, swollen or stiff due to fatigue, the space between the skin and muscle is compressed, resulting in constriction to the flow of lymphatic fluid. Activates Endogenous Analgesic System: - Possibly activates spinal inhibitory system; and - Possibly activates descending inhibitory system. This is done by stretching the muscles and joints in the affected area.

After application, the taped skin will form convolutions when the skin and muscles contract back to their normal position. When the skin is lifted by this technique, the flow of blood and lymphatic fluid beneath the skin improves.

In the case where joints or ligaments are injured, the tape should be applied with medium to full STRETCH, while maintaining a functional joint position during application.

The damaged joints or ligaments are incapable of functioning normally and tely on stretched tape for correction and assistance. It is also important to note that while depending on the injury, tape is either stretched or not stretched. This does not mean that the actual application technique will change. For preventing cramping or over-contraction overuse of muscles , tape should be applied from insertion to origin.

If you are treating yourself without assistance, it is important to remember the basic principle of stretching the skin before application, no matter where the pain is located. For example, if the side of the forearm is the source of the pain, you should bend your hand back before applying the tape, Similarly, if the source of pain is the outside of the forearm, then the wrist should be bend forward, This principle must be strictly observed.

For treat- ment of muscle pain, Kinesio Taping is ineffective unless the skin is stretched. Skin Preparation The skin should be clear and free of oils and lotions prior to tape application, Any- thing that limits the acrylic adhesive ability to adhere to the skin will limit both effective ness and length of application.

For a limited number of patients body hair may limit adhesion. Ifthe degree of body hair limits adhesion then the practitioner may need to shave or clip the area to be treated. If applying tape in an area of moisture, the water resistant product may be preferable. Removal of Tape from Paper Backing To smoothly remove the paper backing, hold the tape vertically and place your in- dex finger on the top edge of the tape.

Then by rolling, simply roll back your index finger downwards to peel the tape from its backing. Any contact with the acrylic adhesive will diminish its adhesive abilities, Try not to touch the adhesive as much as possible. When removing the Kinesio Tex Tape from the paper backing, only remove the amount required to begin the base application. Once base application is completed, the practitioner may want to peel the remaining paper backing away. One, tear paper backing just prior the base of the Y-cut, leaving the paper backing on the tails.

Two, remove the paper backing from the tails and lightly have the Kinesio Tex Tape come into contact with the skin. Do not rub the Kinesio Tex Tape as this will initiate glue adhesion, As the Kinesio Tex Tape contacts the skin, it will grab the skin and be held in place. When the entire musele contracts, the result is abduction of the arm. Arm abduction is difficult when the deltoid becomes weakened either by injury to C5-C6 spinal nerve roots or to the axillary nerve, Also, bronchitis, pleurisy, influenza or other conditions affecting the lungs may have an influence on the deltoid muscle.

Abduct houlder to touch Thumb to opposite shoulder and apply tape to anterior fibers of shoulder. Application of Kinesio Taping to the skin over the teres major has been noted to decrease pain and im- prove shoulder flexion and abduction, The activities of pushing, throwing and hitting are strongly influenced by teres major. At point where gently to origin and insertion of teres teres majorisat maximum stretch, completely major, adhere tape. Sternocostal Head: Anterior surface of sternum, superior six costal cartilages, and aponeurosis of ex- ternal abdominal oblique muscle.

Weakness of teres minor may cause luxation of the shoulder, noted often in baseball play- ers, Atrophy of the muscle may be associated with axillary nerve injury.

It may also be found in the anterior chest region; this might affect the sternocostal portion of the pectoralis major muscle. In conjunction with pectoralis minor, it helps with maintaining correct posture.

Lightly adhere tape from C7-T1 vertebral spines to medial border of seapula at level of scapular spine. The long head also acts to steady the abducted humeral head. Biceps X-SHAPED TAPE tendonitis is usually caused by repetitive microtrauma to the tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii, Rupture of the long head tendon may result from chronic bicipital ten- donitis, and may be seen in baseball pitchers and persons who perform heavy labor.

Lateral intermuscular septum. FUNCTION The brachioradialis muscle is a strong flexor of the forearm, It can act either as a supinator or pronator of the forearm, but most commonly js a supinator of the forearm, The connection between the three flexors of the forearm is: the biceps bra primar- ily a supinator, the brachialis is the main flexor of the forearm in all positions, and the brachioradialis flexes the forearm as well as to bring the forearm into neutral midway between pronation and supination.

Adhere tape base to origin of the tape is placed toward the muscle brachioradialis muscle. NERVE C6 Divided into superficial and decp layers, the supinator muscle, together with biceps brachii, supinates the forearm. When the supinator becomes weak, the biceps brachii alone cannot completely supinate the forearm. The pronator quadratus, located in the distal forearm, assists pronator teres in pronation of the forearm.

The pronator quadratus has a large effect on forearm pronation compared to that of pronator teres. The deep fibers of pronator quadratus muscle bind the ulna and radius together. However, if insufficient practice or spinal abnormalities are the cause, then muscle imbalance will be found. These imbalances, whether in primary or secondary movers or stabilizers, will elicit symptoms related to the forearm movement.

NERVE C7-C8 Radial nerve, FUNCTION Wrist extension and hyper extension are controlled by the extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis and the extensor carpi ulnaris muscles, while the extensor pollicis longus and brevis, extensor indices 2 fingers and extensor digiti minimi muscles act as helpers.

Extensionofthefingersdependson theextensordigitorum, extensorindicisandextensor digiti minimi muscles. Apply tape to of the thumb on the dorsal surface, base of thumb then along the course of Adhere the tape tails around the thumb. NERVE C7 - C8 Radial nerve, FUNCTION Wrist extension and hyper-extension are controlled by the extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis and the extensor carpi ulnaris muscles, while the extensor pollicis longus and brevis, extensor indices 2 fingers and extensor digiti minimi muscles act as helpers.

Extensor pollicis longus, because it crosses 2 joints in the thumb, assists extensor pollicis brevis in extension of the proximal phalanx.

Extensionofthefingers dependsontheextensordigitorum, extensorindicisandextensor digiti minimi muscles. The front of anterior surface of the arm and forearm is separated from the back or posterior surface. The ante- rior palmar or volar muscles act in flex- ion while the posterior dorsal muscles work in extension. In the upper extremity the arm is connected to the forearm by the elbow joint, and the hand is connected to the forearm by the wrist.

The spinal nerve roots of this plexus originate from C5, C6, C7, C8 and TI, There is also some contribution from C4, As the nerve roots pass between the anterior and middle scalene muscles in the neck, they group together to form the upper C5, C6 , middle C7 and lower C8, T1 trunks of the plexus.



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