Wrapping a standing bandage is definitely a skill that takes practice to master. Watch professional Alexandria Quayle show us how it’s done!
Like many equestrian life skills, mastering the standing wrap takes lots and lots of practice — I remember getting in a lot of my practice when my first reined cow horse mare injured a tendon and I spent most a semester poulticing, sweating and wrapping. It’s no easy feat at first to juggle both the quilts and the standing bandage in your hands, and I couldn’t tell you the number of times I watched in dismay as my wrap unrolled across the stall, picking up plenty of shavings along the way!
Fortunately, for anyone still in the learning stages of learning how to apply a standing wrap, Draper Therapies has put together a helpful video with Advisory Board member Alexandria Quayle, the owner/operator/trainer at Grand Champion Show Stables in Norfolk, Massachusetts. Show us how it’s done, Alex!
Draper Equine Therapy® No Bow Wraps are quilted bandages containing Celliant®. No Bow Wraps are designed be used as a standing bandage quilt in conjunction with standing bandages (sold separately). They provide both compression, support and all therapeutic benefits associated with Celliant®. They can be used after surgery, while healing injuries, to help combat arthritic conditions, while traveling, or after exercise as part of a regular leg care regimen. The wraps are reversible as there is Celliant on both sides.
Draper Therapies strives to bring therapeutic products containing Celliant® to the equestrian market. The FDA has determined that Celliant products are medical devices as defined in section 201(h) of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and are general wellness products. Celliant® helps increase local blood flow, speed up muscle recovery, enhance performance, and promote restful sleep. For more information on Draper Therapies or Celliant, please visit www.DraperTherapies.com.