Draping Guidelines

Back Draping

Posterior Back Massage Draping

In a back treatment, your back will be undraped to your posterior-superior-Iliac spine

Posterior Lower Limbs

Posterior Lower Limb Draping

Glutes covered - undraped to expose greater trochanter

Glutes exposed - undraped to lateral border of sacrum, posterior-superior-iliac spine, iliac crest

Side-Lying Lower Limbs

Side-lying Lower Limbs Draping

Glutes covered - undraped to expose greater trochanter

Glutes exposed - undraped to lateral border of sacrum, posterior-superior-iliac spine, iliac crest

Side-Lying Back

Side-lying Back draping

Back undraped to posterior-superior-iliac spine, with having the front covered along the clavicles

Anterior Lower Limbs

Anterior Lower Limb Draping

Undraped to anterior-inferior-iliac spine, along iliac crest to expose greater trochanter

Head, Neck, & Shoulders

Head, Neck, and Shoulders Draping

Arms in - undraped along second rib / along clavicle

Arms out - undraped along second rib / axillary fold (armpits)

Upper Limbs

Upper Limbs Draping

Arms in - undraped to axillary fold, other arm covered to clavicle

Arms out - undraped to second rib / axillary fold (armpits)

Side-Lying Upper Limbs

Side-Lying Upper Limbs

Undraped along second rib / axillary fold (armpits)

Abdominal

Abdominal Draping

This draping will keep the chest wall covered, while exposing the abdomen to the anterior-superior-iliac spines

Breast & Chest Wall

Beast and Chest Wall Draping

This drape will have the majority of the body covered, while only exposing one side of the chest at a time