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Truetape Application

Outer wrist

TRUETAPE: how to tape your outer wrist

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Main application

Injury of the discus triangularis
Pain at the outer wrist
Stabilization of the outer wrist*

What you need

2 TRUETAPE strips
1 pair of scissors

Wearing time

4-5 days

Taping tips

Apply tape 1 hour before starting an activity

Thoroughly remove dirt, moisture, oils and lotions from the skin before taping

Do not wear the tape for longer than 7 days

To activate the adhesive, carefully rub the tape several times after applying

In areas that are particularly hairy, trim the hair to ensure the tape sticks better

Remove paper backing before application and always make sure the ends of the tape are applied WITHOUT stretch

PHOTO INSTRUCTIONS

Application outer wrist - Starting position
STARTING POSITION

1. STRIP

Application outer wrist - Step 1
0% STRETCH

Apply the anchor without stretch to the outside of your hand.

Application outer wrist - Step 2
25% STRETCH

Apply the tape with 25% stretch downwards and alongside your ulna and forearm muscles.

Application outer wrist - Step 3
0% STRETCH

Finish the end of the tape without stretch.

2. STRIP

Application outer wrist - Step 4
50% STRETCH

Cut one strip in half and apply with 50% stretch centrally across your wrist.

Application outer wrist - Step 5
0% STRETCH

Apply the end without stretch to the top of your wrist.

Application outer wrist - Step 6
0% STRETCH

Apply the end without stretch to the bottom of your wrist.

Application outer wrist - Step 7
DONE!

Make sure to give the whole application another good rub to activate the adhesive. Congrats, that's it.