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NEW Kinesio Tex Classic STRONG

By on March 15th, 2023 in Kinesio Tape

Power through anything with Kinesio® Strong

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CKTI APPLIES CLINICAL FOCUS IN HOSPITAL TRAINING

By on December 22nd, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

Gerard Dysico, MD, CKTI, is an assistant professor at Rush University Medical Center and part of the faculty for the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is also on staff for the department of Trauma/burns at Stroger Hospital of Cook County. I supervise and teach resident physicians in training at both sites. Some of […]

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A NEW PARADIGM FOR EFFECTIVE THERAPY

By on December 8th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

One of my sons had Lyme disease and we were in and out of doctors’ offices and hospitals for nine years. No one was able to help; a diagnosis was never obtained. For years my beautiful wife was trying to tell me: there has to be another way. For a long time I was oblivious […]

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Research Article- Effects of kinesiotaping on disability and pain in patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy: double-blind randomized clinical trial

Effects of kinesiotaping on disability and pain in patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy: double-blind randomized clinical trial

By on November 23rd, 2022 in Research

This study showed that the standardized therapeutic Kinesiotaping (KT) used for shoulder pain was not superior to a sham Kinesiotaping (KT) application in improving pain and disabilities in patients with RCT.

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Why the Shelf Life Matters

By on October 20th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

Why the Shelf Life Matters When applying Kinesio® Tape there are steps practitioners use to achieve successful patient outcomes. The best way to learn and master the Kinesio Taping Method is through our education. But what do you look for when you’ve done all the recommended steps and continue having problems with a decrease in […]

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Stuck on Kinesio Taping

By on October 6th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

Stuck on Kinesio Taping My Journey of Giving Up My Free Time to Learn Something I Didn’t Think I Wanted to Know I had known about Kinesio® Tape for quite a while when I began working at Kinesio. I watched the 2012 Olympics in London and saw the peculiar patterns of pinks and blues on […]

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Why Take a Seminar?

By on September 22nd, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

I then taped both sides, and the success continued visit to visit.

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Research Article - Is application of Kinesio tape to treat hyperlordosis more effective on abdominal muscles or hamstrings?

THE EFFECTS OF VARIED TENSIONS OF KINESIOLOGY TAPING ON QUADRICEPS STRENGTH AND LOWER LIMB FUNCTION

By on September 15th, 2022 in Research

Conclusion: Taping of the abdominal and hamstring muscles was not effective immediately, whereas it decreased lordosis after 24 h.

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Dr.Kase Taping brown horse

“KINESIO EQUINE® TAPING FOR THE EQUINE ATHLETE”

By on September 8th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

“KINESIO EQUINE® TAPING FOR THE EQUINE ATHLETE” The scientific principles behind the functions and applications of the Kinesio Taping are similar for both humans and horses. Dr. Kase recently did a complete series of tapings on rescue horses in New Mexico. Kase pointed out that the animals with lots of hair did really well with […]

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College Program Helps ATCs Hit the Ground Running

By on August 25th, 2022 in News

I’ve been teaching the program to our students at Campbell University over this past fall semester. They have been very excited to learn the theory and techniques on a weekly basis and incorporate it into practice during their clinical field experiences working with the athletes. They often come back with positive feedback regarding how the […]

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News

NEW Kinesio Tex Classic STRONG

By on March 15th, 2023 in Kinesio Tape

Power through anything with Kinesio® Strong

Read More

CKTI APPLIES CLINICAL FOCUS IN HOSPITAL TRAINING

By on December 22nd, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

Gerard Dysico, MD, CKTI, is an assistant professor at Rush University Medical Center and part of the faculty for the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is also on staff for the department of Trauma/burns at Stroger Hospital of Cook County. I supervise and teach resident physicians in training at both sites. Some of […]

Read More

A NEW PARADIGM FOR EFFECTIVE THERAPY

By on December 8th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

One of my sons had Lyme disease and we were in and out of doctors’ offices and hospitals for nine years. No one was able to help; a diagnosis was never obtained. For years my beautiful wife was trying to tell me: there has to be another way. For a long time I was oblivious […]

Read More
Research Article- Effects of kinesiotaping on disability and pain in patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy: double-blind randomized clinical trial

Effects of kinesiotaping on disability and pain in patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy: double-blind randomized clinical trial

By on November 23rd, 2022 in Research

This study showed that the standardized therapeutic Kinesiotaping (KT) used for shoulder pain was not superior to a sham Kinesiotaping (KT) application in improving pain and disabilities in patients with RCT.

Read More

Why the Shelf Life Matters

By on October 20th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

Why the Shelf Life Matters When applying Kinesio® Tape there are steps practitioners use to achieve successful patient outcomes. The best way to learn and master the Kinesio Taping Method is through our education. But what do you look for when you’ve done all the recommended steps and continue having problems with a decrease in […]

Read More

Stuck on Kinesio Taping

By on October 6th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

Stuck on Kinesio Taping My Journey of Giving Up My Free Time to Learn Something I Didn’t Think I Wanted to Know I had known about Kinesio® Tape for quite a while when I began working at Kinesio. I watched the 2012 Olympics in London and saw the peculiar patterns of pinks and blues on […]

Read More

Why Take a Seminar?

By on September 22nd, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

I then taped both sides, and the success continued visit to visit.

Read More
Research Article - Is application of Kinesio tape to treat hyperlordosis more effective on abdominal muscles or hamstrings?

THE EFFECTS OF VARIED TENSIONS OF KINESIOLOGY TAPING ON QUADRICEPS STRENGTH AND LOWER LIMB FUNCTION

By on September 15th, 2022 in Research

Conclusion: Taping of the abdominal and hamstring muscles was not effective immediately, whereas it decreased lordosis after 24 h.

Read More
Dr.Kase Taping brown horse

“KINESIO EQUINE® TAPING FOR THE EQUINE ATHLETE”

By on September 8th, 2022 in Throwback Thursday

“KINESIO EQUINE® TAPING FOR THE EQUINE ATHLETE” The scientific principles behind the functions and applications of the Kinesio Taping are similar for both humans and horses. Dr. Kase recently did a complete series of tapings on rescue horses in New Mexico. Kase pointed out that the animals with lots of hair did really well with […]

Read More

College Program Helps ATCs Hit the Ground Running

By on August 25th, 2022 in News

I’ve been teaching the program to our students at Campbell University over this past fall semester. They have been very excited to learn the theory and techniques on a weekly basis and incorporate it into practice during their clinical field experiences working with the athletes. They often come back with positive feedback regarding how the […]

Read More

The Impact of Instructional Method on the Application of Kinesio Taping® Techniques for Occupational Therapy Students

By on August 22nd, 2022 in Research

The Impact of Instructional Method on the Application of Kinesio Taping® Techniques for Occupational Therapy Students Theresa Rice, Husny Amerih, Diane Brown Abstract Background-The focus of the study, however, was clinical reasoning, rather than the development of a specific clinical skill. Consequently, this study will address the comparison of video and written instructional methods. Additionally, […]

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The Effect of Kinesio Taping on Handgrip and Active Range of Motion of Hand in Children with Cerebral Palsy

By on August 22nd, 2022 in Research

The Effect of Kinesio Taping on Handgrip and Active Range of Motion of Hand in Children with Cerebral Palsy Zabih ALLAH RASTIl MSC1, Alireza SHAMSODDINI PHD1, Hamid DALVAND PHD2, Sina LABAF MSC3 Abstract Background-Kinesio taping is a relatively new technique, which uses in rehabilitation of neurologic diseases. The aim of this study was to investigate […]

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