ZAMST FINGER WRAP
ZAMST has added these new products, focusing on the sprained finger experienced by many athletes of volleyball and basketball.
1)Immobilizes a finger with the thin material.
The combination of the elastic fabric and the polyurethane film provides a firm support in the thin material.
2)Easier application than taping.
Simple steps of inserting a finger and applying the two-way strap.
3)Polyurethane film inside prevents the product slipping away.
The polyurethane film applied on the inside and outside of the support is designed to control the migration during performance, and to make the ball less slippery.
Experience of the sprained finger in volleyball and basketball
We conducted a survey about experiences of sprained fingers in playing volleyball and basketball as well as which finger the survey takers have sprained. In volleyball, thumb is the most frequent finger, followed by index finger. However, we found that many players have experienced spraining other fingers as well.
In basketball, many players have experienced sprained fingers during ball cuts, catch errors, and rebounds, and thumb is the finger that most frequently gets sprained, followed by index finger and middle finger.
As a result of the survey, we found many players have experienced spraining multiple fingers during performance.
Dissatisfaction with taping
While many players use taping for the prevention and care of sprained fingers, we conducted another survey to know how they feel on taping and found that there are many dissatisfactions in using taping such as “troublesome applying”, “peeling off during performance” and “skin irritation”.
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