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Kinesiotaping The Latest In Bandages

 Kinesiotaping The Latest In Bandages


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 Sports Physiotherapy

Medicine continues to advance with new formats and concepts aimed at improving the lives, this has been the case Kinesiotaping, which has entered in a landslide in the world of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine. This revolutionary method of dressing that is increasingly used in therapeutic rehabilitation processes, such as Kinesio for back pain . Today I will explain what it is and what their most important applications and advantages.


This type of dressing is very new in terms of rehabilitation techniques. It emerged in the seventies in Asia by the hand of Dr. Kenzo Kase and Dr. Murai. In 1995 the U.S. reached kinesiotaping. In the late nineties the player introduces Alfred Nijhuis kinesiotape in Europe and early 2000 the bandages neuromuscular arriving in Spain. Emerged as a type of bandage used by elite athletes.


Coined in different ways (Kinesio Taping, Kinesio, kinesiology taping, bandaging neuromiofascial, Medical Taping) the Kinesiotaping is a light bandage, elastic, waterproof and allows the athlete mobility and elasticity. The technique involves the application of special elastic tape to the affected area in order not to limit the movement and eliminate pain or muscle problems. Solve problems and musculoskeletal pain without restricting the movements of these as in certain types of bandages.


The Kinesio is used to treat any problems associated with pain, from headaches to foot pain. Its main functions are: Subject of muscles (muscle and joint stability), reducing inflammation and improving circulation, relieve pain, correct joint problems and even used in healing processes. Allows quick and easy recovery of the patient.


This dressing contains no medicine and no physical or chemical difference between the colors. A good application technique is a fundamental requirement to be effective.

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