Low Dye Taping

by admin on April 1, 2012

Low dye taping is a technique that is commonly used in sports medicine. The low dye taping is a particular type of taping of the foot that is used to raise the arch of the foot and inverts the rearfoot to stop the foot pronating. This means that low dye taping is a good short term strategy for any injury that is associated with a lowering of the arch or pronation of the foot. There has been a lot of research on low dye taping looking at its effectiveness, the biomechanical and the neuromotor changes that occur with it. There is no doubt that low dye taping is effective as a short term measure to affect foot biomechanics.

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