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WHAT IS KINESIOLOGICAL TAPING

Kinesiological Taping is a non-invasive, non-pharmacological technique that, through the application of an elastic adhesive tape, which creates space in the tissues, determines a sensorial and mechanical stimulation that favors cellular metabolism activating the body's healing abilities, triggering and / or by controlling phenomena that facilitate neuromuscular proprioception. The application of the tape allows the formation of skin folds that during body movement facilitate lymphatic drainage, promote blood vascularization, reduce pain, improve the range of muscle-joint movement and posture.

What are the effects of Tape

Kinesiology Taping has mainly five effects:
  • reduce pain by stimulating various sensory receptors in the skin
  • increase local circulation and promote the removal of edema by directing the exudates towards the lymphatic circulation
  • provide a stimulus of position through the skin looking for the alignment of the fascial tissues
  • provide sensory stimuli to excite or inhibit the muscles, reducing muscle contractures
  • improve the function of an articulation by stimulating joint proprioceptors.






Pathologies that can be treated through Kinesiological Tape.
Kinesiological Taping is used in association with other physiotherapeutic techniques for the treatment of the following diseases:
  • headaches
  • cervico-genic migraines
  • joint shoulder conflict (Inpingment)
  • tendinitis of the rotator cradle
  • tendonitis of the long head of the biceps
  • acromionclavial subluxation
  • frozen shoulder (frozen shoulder)
  • epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
  • epitrocleitis (golfer's elbow)
  • de Quervain's
  • carpal tunnel
  • dislocated phalanx fingers
  • cervicalgie
  • back pain
  • lumbago
  • herniated discs
  • piriformis syndrome
  • groin
  • arthrosis of the knee
  • Sub-tendonitis tendinitis
  • Achilles tendinitis
  • ileo-tibial bendelette syndrome
  • patellofemoral chondropathy
  • joint sprains: knee, ankle, hand and foot
  • muscle injuries: contractures, strains, tears
  • post-surgical / traumatic edema
  • plantar fasciitis
  • hallux valgus

 
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