M.16. Foot tape to sustain dorsal/plantar glide of medial cuneiform on navicular after MWM – two tapes

Start the first tape on the dorsal aspect of navicular
End first the tape on the plantar aspects of the foot

Start the secondtape the plantar aspect of the medial cuneiform
End the second tape on the dorsal aspect of the mid foot

Purpose
to sustain dorsal/plantar glide MWMmedial cuneiform on navicular

Indications
Painful medial foot during mid-foot movement (inversion or eversion)

IMPORTANT information and notes:
  • Reverse tape technique if necessary  
  • To avoid skin irritation use a commercial underwrap to protect the skin from friction and chafing.
  • Use non-stretch sports tape (30-50 mm) with underwrap (to avoid skin reaction)  
  • Never leave the tape more than 48 hours
  • If there is any irritation remove the tape immediately.
  • Ensure that after taping the provocative movement is less painful and ROM is improved.
  • Ensure NO PAIN, no discomfort