In this video, Dr. Robert LaPrade, MD, PhD,  demonstrates how to correctly perform a Proximal Tibiofibular Taping.

Use the white tape as a guide for proper placement.

The next tape uses tension to achieve the correct taping technique.

Once the tape is secure, the patient will be asked to perform a normally painful movement, such as a squat, so that pain levels can be assessed. Tape can then be tightened or adjusted as necessary.

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Proximal Tibiofibular Joint (PTFJ):Stabilizing Tape Technique for Posterior Instability

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