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Foot Wrap

This series of images sug­gests a method to wrap a foot. This is use­ful in a vari­ety of con­di­tions:

  • Sprained Ankle
  • Arthri­tis in foot joints
  • Any foot injury

PEMF is very help­ful with injury recov­ery. Start treat­ing with PEMF as soon as pos­si­ble after the injury. PEMF and ePads will lim­it the extent of the inflam­ma­tion, which reduces the total tis­sue dam­age. It is com­mon for rapid PEMF ther­a­py to reduce injury sever­i­ty by up to 75% — by pre­vent­ing inflam­maiton. See Injury Care Site.

Step 1 — Lay out the rope cable

Step 2 — Lash the rope cable at the top

Step 3 — Wrap the Joint

Try to be neat, and cen­ter most of the wrap over the injury area.

Step 4 — Bottom Lash

Lash the bot­tom of the wrap. The two lash­es keep the wrap­ping in place dur­ing treat­ment.

Step 5 — Use any leftovers and connect

Until you get used to it, you may have some left­over cable. You can use any left­over to add more wraps if there is too much tail. Try, if pos­si­ble to cen­ter these wraps over the injury area. If need­ed you can lash the wrap again.

Here is a picture of a lash — or Overhand knot

  • Go around your leg
  • Leave the wrap loose
  • Put the end through the loose wrap
  • Snug the wrap around the end you just put under


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