Kinesio Tape, also called Kinesio Tex Tape, is called "Intramuscular Effect Tape". It is also called "Kinesiology Tape
" and "Muscular Energy Effect Tape". The full English name is Kinesio Tape. Developed by Dr. Kase in Japan in 1973, the original design concept was to drain local effusion caused by swelling and local temperature rise caused by swelling.
The biggest difference between the muscle patch and other traditional patches is that it has elasticity, resilience and extensibility, and can provide sufficient stability support under the premise that the limbs are allowed to move in the normal range. Its weight is very light. It is suitable for all ages. In most cases, users will not feel abnormal after correct use. This does not limit the mobility of joints. Except for sensitive skin allergies or irritation, there are almost no contraindications. It can be maintained after application. 49 --72 hours.
The muscle patch uses a design that can extend the length of the original patch by 40%-60%. It is usually composed of a soft, breathable and elastic cotton cloth combined with a water ripple-like acrylic low-sensitive adhesive that mimics the fingerprint path of a hand. The water ripple technology is the key to the function of the muscle patch to increase the comfort and fit of the contact with the skin. Common terms: Management of muscle strain, swelling and pain. Correct sticking can minimize congestion after injury, such as muscle strain and joint sprain. It can also correct joint mechanics by improving joint muscle function.