Kinesiotaping Method is a medicinal taping method that lifts the skin to relieve pain and improve lymphatic drainage. This lifts the skin which then creates more interstitial space, improves the blood flow to the tissues, and lessens the inflammation in the injured area. The Kinesiotaping Method uses Kinesiotaping based on examination and assessment to mandate a specific application, based on research and years of clinical practice. Kinesiotaping treatments can be used in a variety of ways to alleviate pain and inflammation, facilitate post-surgical recovery, maximize performance, avoid injury, and promote excellent circulation, among other things.
How does Kinesiotaping work?
Kinesiotape is made using a unique cotton and nylon combination. It is intended to simulate the flexibility of the skin, allowing you to use your whole range of motion. The medical-grade stickiness on the tape is also water-resistant and durable enough to stay on for 3 to 5 days, even if you work out or take a bath. As the tape is put over the skin, it pulls back slightly, softly lifting your skin. This is thought to help create a tiny gap between your skin and the tissues beneath it. Kinesiotape is extremely stretchable.