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Kinesiology Therapeutic Taping

Full-Body Kinesiology Therapeutic Taping

Kinesiology Therapeutic Taping is a Japanese therapeutic taping method founded by Dr. Kenzo Kase, D.C.  Kinesiology Therapeutic Taping uses a unique light elastic tape that is non-restrictive, breathable, waterproof, and can be worn for up to four consecutive days. You may have seen some of your favorite Olympic and professional athletes, including Lance Armstrong, Serena Williams and Kerri Walsh using Kinesiology tape during their competitions.

Kinesiology tape is used for edema, inflammation, and ecchymosis. It is also used to facilitate or inhibit muscle function, decrease pain as a secondary effect, improves facial movement, helps support muscles and joints, and assists in improved joint range of motion.

BioMechanix is pleased to offer full-body kinesiology therapeutic taping service to you.Rates for Kinesiology Taping

$20.00 per taping, for each condition being treated, and $10.00 for each additional taping per condition, on the same visit. Call BioMechanix now at (310) 837-0512 for an appointment.

Kinesiology Taping Applications

Kinesiology Tape is ideal for use while training or performing specific events to help with joint stability and manage discomfort. It is completely waterproof and can be kept on for up to five days.  BioMechanix Strength & Conditioning Clinic preferred brand of kinesiology tape is Rock Tape.

Many of the applications for Kinesiology Taping include:

  • Reduce edema-ecchymossis
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Epicondylitis
  • Plantar Faciitis
  • Osteo Arthritis
  • Carpel tunnel syndrome
  • De Quervan’s syndrome
  • Osgood-Schlatter’s syndrome
  • Tendonitis
  • Back and sacral discomfort
  • Muscle facilitation-inhibition
  • Decrease muscle and joint pain
  • Improve joint range of motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint stability

Quick Kinesiology Taping “How To” Videos

-What is Kinesiology Taping?

-Kinesiology Taping for Patellar Tendinitis

-Kinesiology Taping for Lateral/Medial Epicondylitis

Kinesiology Taping for Edema