Kinesio Taping

The Kinesio Taping Method


Kinesio taping for:

  • injury
  • children
  • pregnant women
What is it?

The Kinesio Taping Method is a definitive rehabilitative taping technique which aims to prolong the benefits of manual therapy. Once applied, the Kinesio tapes will facilitate the body’s natural healing process, applying extended soft tissue manipulation and providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range and motion. Kinesio tapes can be used for 5 days, 24 hours a day, and are water-resistant.”

Problems Kinesio Taping can help


✓ acromioclavicular joint problems

✓ Achilles tendonitis

✓ anterior cruciate ligament

✓ adductor strain

✓ ankle lateral sprain

✓ ankle medial sprain

✓ biceps tendonitis

✓ brachial plexus injuries

✓ hallux valgus

✓ olecranon bursitis

✓ bursitis of the knee

✓ bursitis of the shoulder

✓ carpal tunnel syndrome

✓ cervical spondylosis

✓ chondromalacia patellae

✓ costochondritis

✓ De Quervain’s syndrome

✓ dislocations

✓ elbow hyperextension

✓ elbow valgus laxity

✓ erector spinae problems

✓ finger sprain

✓ adhesive capsulitis

✓ gamekeeper’s thumb or skier’s thumb

✓ medial epicondylitis

✓ hammer toe or mallet toe

✓  hamstring injuries

✓  heel pain or plantar fasciitis


✓ iliotibial band friction syndrome

✓ mallet finger

✓ medial collateral ligament sprain

✓ meniscus tear of the knee

✓ metatarsal arch pain

✓ Morton’s neuroma

✓ myofascial pain

✓ neck sprain

✓ Osgood-Schlatter disease


✓  peroneal tendon subluxation

✓  plica syndrome of the knee

✓  quadriceps strain

✓  rotator cuff injury

✓  patellofemoral pain syndrome

✓ sternoclavicular joint injury

✓  sciatica

✓  scoliosis

✓  Sever’s disease (calcaneal apophysitis)

✓  shin splints

✓  shoulder instability

✓  sacroiliac joint pain

✓ spondylosis

✓ thoracic outlet pain

✓ temporomandibular joint syndrome

✓  wrist sprain



You should avoid Kinesio Taping if you suffer from:
• any type of skin damage, including scrapes, cuts, burns and sunburn
• any type of skin rash, irritation, or infection
• any type of infection
• bone fractures
• open wounds
• congestive heart failure
• deep vein thrombosis
• diabetes