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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Low Dye Taping

Dr Ralph Dye, a podiatrist, invented a way of taping the arch which is called the Low Dye. The High Dye was his version of an ankle taping. Both of these techniques are widely used now 50 plus years later. This video demonstrates a version of the classic Low Dye used for a variety of foot complaints including plantar fasciitis, foot strain, metatarsalgia, foot arthralgias, etc.

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