Kinesio Taping

Kinesio Taping from Kinetic Sports Rehab - Green Lake

By: Kinetic Sports Rehab - Green Lake  11/11/2014
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If you've never been taped up, you're missing out. Kinesio tape is great for injury rehabilitation as it increases blood flow and supports (or isolates muscles) without impinging range of motion and flexibility! Kinesiology tape is very different from a true athletic tape; it has a built in elasticity, that when applied correctly, helps to pull the skin away from the underlying soft tissue. This increases blood flow and lymphatic drainage in the area, resulting in an ability to IMPROVE FORM and WARD OFF FATIGUE. The continual force and demand that is applied to the body in any sport or repetitive activity, makes for a wide variety of ideal candidates for benefiting from kinesio tape. For more information on kinesio taping, visit our kinesio taping page:

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