Julie Dass Sports Injury Clinic Sport Therapists offer kinesiotaping for all clients. This service is available at all clinics and can booked solely as kinesiotaping or as part of a sports massage treatment.
What is Kinesiotaping?
Kinesiotaping is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process without affecting circulation whilst allowing support and stability to muscles and joints, without restricting the body’s range of motion. The taping targets different receptors which is found by reducing pain. Therefore, correct application of the of the k-tape helps alleviate pain and encourages facilitation of lymphatic drainage by minimal lifting of the skin, which helps decreases the inflammatory process.
Kinesiotaping is very safe for all age ranges. It is a therapeutic taping so that the patient/athlete can participate in activity with their present condition throughout rehabilitation period or daily tasks. With all methods of taping there are precautions and contraindications but your therapist will consult with you before application.
Kinesiotaping and Massage 45 mins – £35
Benefits of Kinesiotaping:
- Normalisation of muscular function.
- Increases vascular and lymphatic flow. Which reduces tissue fluid ad bleeding beneath the skin.
- Reduction of pain.
- Relieves abnormal muscle tension and helps the function of fascia and muscle which can help with correction of possible joint misalignment.
- Increase proprioception.
Kinesiology Taping is used to:
- Stabilise the area without restricting range of motion
- The athlete is able to remain active
- Assists in re-education ie proprioception
- Accelerates blood flow to speed up healing process
- Reduces pain
- Helps enhance performance
- Helps in preventing injuries
- Psychological benefit
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Ankle Inversion Sprains
- Achilles Tendinopathy
- Medical Shin Pain
- Ankle Swelling
- General Knee Pain
- Patella Femoral Syndrome
- Lateral Knee Pain – ITB Friction
- Medical Knee Pain – MCL Sprain
- Hamstring Pain
- Quadricep Pain
- Lower Back Pain
- Cervical Pain – Upper trapezius and Levator Scapulae
- Shoulder Pain – Rotator Cuff
- Forearm Pain
- Elbow Pain – Epicondylitis Tennis or Golfers Elbow