Kinesiotape (Taping Treatment)

Kinesiotape (Taping Treatment)

Kinesiotape (Taping Treatment)

Kinesiotaping is a special taping method that was developed in Japan about 25 years ago, but has been recognized in our country as well as in Europe and America in recent years. Kinesiotaping applications basically have two purposes:
• To provide painless and easier movement,
• Supporting soft tissue healing

Taping has been preferred as a treatment method in physical therapy and rehabilitation applications for years. This treatment method, which is known especially in the field of athlete health and protective approaches, has been applied with many different materials. Although kinesiotaping is one of the taping methods, this method is flexible and long-lasting unlike its counterparts. Special tapes that can stay on the skin are used.

How Do The Effects of This Banding Method Occur?

Our bodies are designed to move; if a muscle has to work for a long time without relaxation or if it is in a state of working above its capacity, small or large injuries occur in the muscle tissue. The inflammation / inflammation caused by these injuries causes pressure in the area between the skin and muscle tissue. and this pressure creates an obstacle to the lymphatic flow. This pressure in the tissues stimulates the nerve endings under the skin and creates the sensation of pain, causing a "feeling of pain and discomfort" in the person. This type of pain is called muscle pain or myalgia. KINESIO TAPE theoretically, It raises the skin and increases the space between the skin and the muscles and relieves the pressure caused by injury or disease in the area. The reduction of pressure in the area of ​​injury results in an increase in blood circulation in the area.

For Which Problems Is Kinesiotaping Used?

• Acute Subacute Chronic traumatic conditions
• Foot, ankle injuries
• Ligament, tendon and muscle injuries
• Fibromyalgia and myophosial pain syndromes
• Trap neuropathies
• Epicondylitis (tennis elbow-golfer elbow)
• Back and neck pains (lumbar hernia, neck hernia)
• Athlete injuries - injury prevention
• Brachial plexus injuries
• Point pains, sacroiliac joint dysfunction
• Tendinitis, tenosnovit, bursitis
• Propiroseptit (sensory education)
The main purpose of the Kinesiotaping Technique is to support painless movement and, in this way, accelerate recovery. This method is successfully applied by certified physiotherapists within FIZICA.
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