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Kinesiotaping is a method of applying special strips to the skin to help tone muscles, relieve pain and improve the functionality of certain parts of the body. These bands are elastic and are designed to stretch and contract in the same way as human skin and muscles, allowing freedom of movement.

How does kinesiotaping work?

  • Helps muscle function: kinesiotaping is applied to the skin and muscles, creating a semblance of a light massage therapy that stimulates receptors in the skin and can help correct muscle function.
  • Improves circulation and lymphatic drainage: Tapes can help improve circulation and lymphatic drainage in the area where they are applied.

Applications of kinesiotaping:

  1. Pain and tension relief: kinesiotaping is used to relieve pain and reduce muscle tension after injuries or for chronic conditions.
  2. Aiding the recovery process:Can help speed up the recovery process after sports injuries or surgeries.
  3. Improve Function and Movement: By properly placing the bands, kinesiotaping can help improve the functionality and movement of joints and muscles.

Important aspects:

  • Application by a professional: Although there are video tutorials and guides for self-application of the bands, it is important that the initial application is done by a professional, such as a physical therapist or kinesiotaping specialist, to ensure proper placement and effectiveness.
  • Individuality of application: kinesiotaping is an individualized method that must be applied according to the specific needs and condition of the person, so it is important to consult a specialist before using it.