Introduction to KInetic Taping
Kinetic taping is a unique taping procedure that utilizes different types of tape to mimic the tissue needing support, whether it is muscles, tendons, joints, discs, and ligaments.
Taping Fingers and Toes
Sports trauma and repetitive strain injuries can cause hand and finger pain. This video shows a simple way to stabilize these injured joints and soft tissues.
Taping the Foot
The foot is constantly forced to adapt to stress from standing, walking, sports, and every day sprains and strains. This video show how you can quickly stabilize an injured foot.
Taping the Ankle
Many people suffer from multiple sprained ankles which can lead to ankle instability. These technique will help you easily stabilize the ankle to allow the ligaments to heal fully.
Taping the Knee
Sprains to the ACL, lateral collateral ligaments and meniscus are very common. Understanding taping of the knee is the first major step to fixing these chronic issues.
Taping the Middle Back
One of the most common causes of back pain is poor posture. Taping the middle back is one of the best ways to re-educate posture and help patients with chronic mid-back pain.
Taping the Neck
Herniated cervical discs, cervical stenosis, and cervical instability need taping to re-educated the neck to promote healing.
Taping the Shoulder
Rotator cuff strains, labral tears, and ligament injuries can cause shoulder instability. Learn to fix them. Fast!
Taping the Lower Back
Herniated lumbar discs and lumbar instability require taping for rapid, effective healing. Watch this video and learn this fabulous technique.