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.


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What is the purpose of Kinesiotaping?

Kinesiotape for example can be used to address head and neck posture. A 2017 study backs up its use in assisting stroke victims to improve their walking. Physical therapists believe this is because of the proprioceptive and tactile input of tape on your skin, which might make you more conscious of how you're standing or moving.

Reduces pain/ tenderness : In general, kinesiology tape aids in the creation of neural circuitry, equilibrium in muscles, tendons, joints, and skin. This is considered to help reduceĀ pain, swelling reduction, muscular performance and function.

Reduces Swelling : If you have had an accident or operation that has caused significant swelling, kinesiology tape may assist to reduce the swelling by reducing pressure between the skin and the underlying tissues. This allows extra fluids that have collected since your injury to pass through. Kinesiology tape is occasionally used to treat lymphedema or superficial contusions.

Helps releasing tight muscle : kinesiology tape promotes quicker muscle recovery, reduces cramps and spasms, inhibits over-stretching or over-contraction of muscles, and improves muscular tone and strength.

Benefits of Kinesiotaping

Kinesiotaping helps in improving posture and supports muscles.

It also helps in:

  • Decreasing pain. Applying it with gentle pressure helps to disrupt and dissipate pain.

  • In increasing blood circulation and reducing inflammation.

  • Kinesiology tape can help clear congestion while ensuring the effective circulation of oxygenated blood and lymph. Blood circulation can remove irritants, reduce inflammation and chemical accumulation, and promote rapid recovery.

  • Proper taping works effectively even for weaker muscles. It reduces pain and fatigue, and prevents cramps, overstretching, and over contraction.

  • Improving athletic performance by supporting unstable joints and facilitating surrounding muscles.

  • One of the most amazing benefits of kinesiology taping is its ability to reduce swelling or edema. If used properly, the results are usually fast and can last as long as the tape is worn.

How is Kinesiotaping Applied?

Though kinesiology tape should never be used on an infected sore, there is some medical research that it helps enhance the long termĀ of scars post injury or surgery.

At TheraCure, our Scope of Physiotherapy includes

  • Muscle strength and muscle length evaluation & quantification
  • Recommending remedial exercises
  • Physical treatment by electrotherapy modalities like diathermy, ultrasonic therapy, contrast bath, cryotherapy, hydrocollator, trans-electric muscle stimulation, also different therapeutic exercises by machines
  • Applying manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation of soft tissue techniques etc.
  • Myo-fascial release massage to lengthen tight/ contracted tissues.
  • Make an exercise folder for the client to take home.
  • Aid in-home evaluation to make the environment barrier-free and accessible.
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