Kinesio Taping is a revolutionary method for the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and chronic pain syndromes.
Kinesio Taping provides therapeutic support while maintaining full range of motion. This powerful healing technique allows weekend warriors, recreational athletes, and professional athletes to continue to train and compete, even while they’re recovering from injury.
Kinesio Taping was developed by Dr. Kenzo Kase in Japan more than 25 years ago. World-class athletes including Serena Williams, David Beckham, and Olympic volleyball players, Keri Walsh and Misti May-Treanor, compete using Kinesio Taping for muscular support.
The therapeutic benefits of Kinesio Taping are due to its muscular stabilization and support, as well as its stimulation of subcutaneous blood flow and lymphatic drainage. It relieves pain by alleviating pressure and irritation on nerve fibers and pain receptors. The method promotes healing by its direct beneficial action on muscle and circulatory physiology.
Kinesio Taping is used for muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries including,
Lower back strains Hamstring strains
Herniated discs Groin injuries
Whiplash injuries Rotator cuff injuries
Ankle sprains Chronic shoulder pain
Plantar fasciitis Tennis elbow
Knee injuries Carpal tunnel syndrome
Chronic knee pain and more . . .