Biomechanical Taping

Biomechanical taping is a procedure that is used to offload or support structures including tendons, muscles, and joints throughout the body.  This tape is quite strong to provide structural support but has elasticity to allow full motion in normal daily activity or sport participation. Examples of use for dynamic tape include ankle sprains, achilles tendon injuries, over-active muscles of the lower back or neck area, tennis elbow, patellar tendinitis and shoulder instability.  Biomechanical taping is a great compliment following exercise and manual therapy during a physical therapy session.

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