The method behind the tape
Kinesiology Taping is also known as Medical Taping among the healthcare professional. The basis of the Medical Taping Concept method was created in Japan and Korea in the seventies. At the time innovative methods of taping were being developed, starting from the idea that movement and muscle activity are essential in maintaining and recovering health. This taping method was fundamentally different from the conventional taping methods with rigid white tape. The non-elastic rigid tape is often applied for fixing or for immobilizing a joint.
The following effects are observed from the medical professional practice. CureTape® can:
- Remove congestion in blood circulation and lymphatic drainage.
- Alleviate pain.
- Improve muscle function by regulating muscle tone.
- Support the function of the joint by stimulating proprioception, correcting the direction of movement and increasing the stability.
- Influence segmental.