What is Kinesiology Tape?

Update:2023-01-09 10:50
Originally invented by a chiropractor, kinesiology tape is a non-invasive form of support and pain relief. It can be worn during exercise, helping to reduce swelling and fatigue. It is also known to improve blood circulation and increase muscle strength, and may help improve posture.

There are several types of kinesiology tape. Some are designed specifically for sports performance and injury prevention, and others are designed to treat a wide range of conditions.
If you are considering using kinesiology tape, it is important to work with a trained professional. Your sports medicine provider will be able to determine the proper amount of time you should wear the tape. You may also want to work with a therapist to make sure you get the best results.

Kinesiology tape is commonly used by athletes to support their joints during workouts. It also has benefits for everyday activities. It helps reduce pain and swelling, improves blood circulation, and boosts mobility. It can also be used to help with lymphedema.
Kinesiology tape can be worn for up to three to five days. If you have active infection or cancer, you should avoid using kinesiology tape. Also, be careful not to stretch the tape at the insertion point. If you do, you may cause skin irritation or other problems.
Kinesiology tape can be applied to the joints, muscle, or fascia. Originally, it was used to help with injury recovery, but it can also help you with pain relief, flexibility, and muscle strength.

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