The last few years we have often seen the national and international athletes in various sporting events often show their inherent skin colored plaster, some beige, red, blue or black. This special plaster called tape.
Application tape is not just for athletics only, it turns out even 85% is used by the non-athletic. The recording is a term in English that refers to using the tape (plaster). Records are a form of straping. The recording is a therapeutic procedure using a special tape applied to the skin to facilitate the body's natural healing process with support and stabilization for muscles and joints
Special tape 2 inches wide, elastic, that it does not interfere with movement around the joints. Contains components that are gluten and irritation, not contain ingredients/special drugs therein without LaTeX. You can take 3-5 days duration, waterproof (waterproof), porous, and easy to use.
Taping can be set from the acute phase of prevention, injury, acute, chronic and rehabilitation. The physiological effects on the skin, fasces, muscles, blood circulation and lymphatic and joints. But cannot be transferred to open wounds, skin infections, cellulite, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), there are over the area of lesions. And special attention for people with diabetes, kidney disease, congestive heart failure, CAD or noise in the carotid artery, and pregnant women
Taping techniques vary, but there are three common methods used sports tape methods (preventive sports tape), Kinesio tape methods for Mc Connell and taping techniques .... Taping techniques will be presented at this time, Kinesio tape technolog
t is Dr. Kenzo Kase, a chiropractor and acupuncturist who design and develop Kinesio recording that has developed since 1973 in Japan method and still continues to do research for the use of adhesive tape in a variety of clinical conditions. Even formed the tape Kinesio Association (the Association of Kinesio taping) since 1984 in Tokyo, Japan. And there are now 30 countries in the same. Indonesia have become one of them?