Kinesiology Taping



Category Kinesiology Taping

What is Kinesiology Taping?

Kinesio Tape, K-Tape, Elastic Therapy Tape, also called Kinesiology Tape, is a rehabilitative technique used to promote the normal healing process of the body by supplying muscles and joints with protection and stabilization without reducing the range of motion of the body. This procedure is felt to have biochemical effects on many processes of the body. Physiotherapists commonly use tapping to adjust muscle tone, transfer lymphatic vessels, right gesture patterns, and strengthen posture.

The technique includes sticking special tape strips in various directions on one body to help increase stability and protect joints, muscles, and tendons. It recoils slightly as the tape is applied to one's body, raising the skin gently. It is assumed that this serves to establish a microscopic space between the skin and the underlying tissues.

Symptoms of After Kinesiology Taping

  • Mitigating Pain and Swelling

  • Supporting Weak Zones 

  • Treating Patellofemoral Stress Syndrome, IT Band Friction Syndrome, Achilles Tendonitis

  • Re-educating Muscles

  • Correct Posture in head, neck, etc

  • Enhancing Performance in Athletes

  • Managing Scars

Physiotherapy Treatment for Kinesiology Taping:-

Kinesiology Taping is often used by physical therapy as a part of an ongoing recovery strategy for patients who have been injured. But where it is used in combination with other therapies, such as manual therapy, it is shown to be more effective. 

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