CLINICAL TAPING
INTRODUCTION
Tibialis Anterior

Anatomy

Origin

the lateral condyle of the tibia

Insertion

the plantar surface of the first metacarpal bone and the first cuneiform bone

Action

dorsiflexion and supination of the foot

Clinical information

Symptoms

The localized pain in hallux appears. The weakening of dorsiflexion is induced(foot drop). Anterior compartment syndrome.

Related muscle

Peroneal Longus

Taping

Required Tape : 5cm, I Type
Patient position : Supine Position
How to Tape

Apply one end of the I strip to the lateral condyle of the tibia.
With the patient's knee slightly flexed and the ankle in a plantarflexed position, tape it across the dorsum of the foot towards the center of the medial arch of the foot.

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