Kinesio Tex Tape is designed as a muscle facilitator that helps support the natural healing process of your body. Kinesio Tape allows you to support your muscles while maintaining normal circulation and natural movement, something that traditional Sports Taping fails to do. Other than a general muscle support, Kinesio Tape has also been used to treat carpal tunnel syndrome, lymphedema, chronic swelling, back strains, back pain, ankle sprains, herniated discs, subluxations, knee conditions, shoulder conditions, hamstring or groin injuries, rotator cuff injuries, whiplash, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, patella tracking, pre- and post-surgical Edema, and more. Kinesio tape can even be used for common maladies like headaches and stiff muscles.
Kinesio Tape is also available in pre-cut configurations to support specific muscle groups, including the back, neck, shoulder, knee, wrist and foot. The Kinesio Pre-cut Tape is designed to support pain caused by muscle strain or ligament sprain. Each pre-cut pack contains a single-use customized set of tape strips with application instructions.
Kinesio Pre-Cut Back – supports over stretched back muscles, lower back pain, lumbago and sciatica.
Kinesio Pre-Cut Neck – provides support for neck pain caused by muscle strain or ligament sprain.
Kinesio Pre-Cut Shoulder – provides support for shoulder muscles, treat rotator cuff injuries and relieve shoulder pain.
Kinesio Pre-Cut Knee – supports knee and patella, alleviates associated pain and swelling, supports runner’s knee.
Kinesio Pre-Cut Wrist – supports carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist support and alleviates associated pain.
Kinesio Pre-Cut Foot – designed for plantar fasciitis, supports arch of the foot and alleviates associated pain.
Kinesio Taping Applications DVD is an educational video for clinical practitioners. This Kinesio DVD is approved by the National Athletic Trainers' Association, NATA, for 1 contact hour of continuing education credits. You may select this video to assist with continuing education requirements or as supplemental instruction.
This Kinesio Educational Video includes basic theory, functions, and application principles of the Kinesio Taping Method. In addition, Jim Wallis MS, ATC, CKTI, will guide you through common clinical conditions such as lateral epicondylitis, rotator cuff, lower back strain and spasm, patella tracking, and plantar fasciitis.
We offer a variety of other instructional DVDs that cover geriatrics, acupuncture, chiropractic and osteopathy, exercise and fitness, feet and ankles, upper extremities, scars and edema, sports medicine, throat and mouth, and women's health.
How to Use Kinesio Tape
Instead of wrapping around a joint for support or other stability purposes, Kinesio taping is a unique elastic tape that is applied over muscles 24 hours a day for up to five days to support your muscles and their natural processes. We suggest purchasing one of the Kinesio tape accessories listed above to help you get started and at least a few rolls of varying widths. One great option for anyone just getting started is the Illustrated Taping Manual which covers the essentials of Kinesio taping in a step-by-step process. There is also the Kinesio Perfect Manual which covers common clinical conditions such as headaches, back pain, and muscle stiffness. Other support materials include a manual for lymphoedema patients, a manual for anyone using Kinesio tape in pediatrics, a detailed manual for use of Kinesio tape for clinical reasons, an instructional DVD with real-life taping demonstrations, and Kinesio scissors that are designed specifically for Kinesio tape.
It is also suggested that you wait one hour before participating in sports or immersing the tape in water (i.e. swimming or showering). Due to naturally accruing sweat and clamminess on hands and feet, Kinesio taping is especially useful due to its water resistance.
Kinesio Tape Specifications
- Kinesio Tape Roll Length: 16.4 feet and bulk rolls are 103.3 feet.
- Kinesio Pre-Cut Packages: each is sized for specific application.
- Applications: Kinesio tape can be used on the shoulders, neck, legs, back, chest, and arms.
- Elastic tape.
- Kinesio tape can even be worn for 3-5 days.
- Can we be worn during showering and sports.
- Manufacturer: Kinesio.
- Latex free.
Kinesio Tex Gold FP
Kinesio Gold FP is a new patented technology that further advances the ability of Kinesio tape to mimic human touch. Classic Kinesio tape is a muscle facilitator that aids the bodie's natural healing process. The tape gives muscle support wwhile at the same time maintaining natural movement and normal circulation. Apart from giving muscle support, Kinesio tape has been used to help lymphedema, hamstring or groin injuries, chronic swelling, back strains, back pain, ankle sprains, herniated discs, subluxations, knee conditions, shoulder conditions, carpal tunnel syndrome, rotator cuff injuries, whiplash, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, patella tracking, pre- and post-surgical edema, and more. It has even been used for headaches and stiff muscles.
Kinesio Tex Gold by Kinesio is more advanced than the classic in that it has a protected weave process for enhanced comfort. Core properties are the same for all the Kinesio Taping specifications. The tape is latex free and hypoallergenic for all populations of patients. See more Kinesio exercise equipment and exercise equipment.
Kinesio Tex FP Features and Benefits
- Nano-touch micro-stimulation to skin and layers underneath the skin
- More breathability with high grade cotton
- Mimics the gentleness of human touch and gives a better hold
- Made in the USA
Kinesiotape Gold Specifications
- Kinesio Tex Gold FP Product Numbers: GKT15014FP, GKT15034FP, GKT15024FP, GKT25024FP, GKT35024FP, GKT45024FP, GKT55024FP, GKT14125FP, GKT25125FP, GKT35125FP, GKT45125FP, GKT55125FP
- Available sizes: 2.5 cm x 5 m, 7.5 cm x 5 m, 5 cm x 5 m, 5 cm x 31.5 m
- Mateial: High grade cotton
Kinesio Video Shoulder
Kinesio Video Knee
Kinesio Video Back
- Additional Information
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