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Got A Sports Injury? Kinesio Taping/Rock Tape Could Help You Feel Better, Faster

Kinesio taping is a form of physiotherapy. It helps with relieving pain, promoting recovery, increasing mobility, and also improving range of motion. Most importantly, it can help you return to doing the things you enjoy!

Contact us today to learn more about our therapeutic services and to make an appointment with one of our dedicated Surrey and Langley physiotherapists.

What Are The Benefits Of Kinesio Taping?

Kinesio taping aids in the restoration of function by restoring broken connections between the skin and the muscles, joints, and tendons beneath it.

During Kinesio taping, pain receptors become blocked from reaching the brain. Because pain signals can’t be received, the likelihood of spasms is lessened. The muscles in the affected area will relax.

Blood flow and movement become restricted because of pressure. However, once pressure is gone, blood flow and mobility will be restored.

There are many reasons why taping may be useful to you in your healing journey!

Scar tissue management

Healing from trauma can cause a thick band of scar tissue to develop around the affected area, which can obstruct movement signals. Kinesio taping can stretch your scar tissue, making movement signals more easily communicated and therefore increasing your mobility.

Swelling reduction

Taping helps to decrease swelling caused by surgery, injury, or overuse. It works by limiting the pressure between the skin and the tissues underneath. This allows any buildup of fluid to travel freely and promotes better movement of the affected area.

Pain relief

The brain does not receive painful messages from the affected area because pain receptors are suppressed. Muscles relax and allow for more mobility, quicker recovery, and a more relaxing treatment experience overall.

Joint stabilization

It can be challenging at times for your joints to stay in position. Kinesio tape aids in the stabilization and support of these joints while also still allowing them to move within their normal range of motion.

How Does A Session Of Kinesio Taping Work?

Our Newton, Surrey, Fleetwood, and Langley physiotherapists will perform a complete examination. This assessment will help them determine if Kinesio taping is the best option for your treatment plan.

The tape will also be placed on any other areas of your body that feel stiff or uncomfortable. Your therapist will also include a range of workouts and techniques into their therapy regimens based on your specific needs.

Many of our patients have discovered that this treatment method has assisted them in returning to a normal daily routine with no residual discomfort or stiffness!

If you believe you could benefit from Kinesio taping, please make an appointment at Beyond Physiotherapy today.

Rock Tape Can Be Used To Improve Your Sports Performance Abilities

At Beyond Physiotherapy in Newton, Surrey, Fleetwood, and Langley, we use the most advanced techniques, including kinesiology taping, to help you find relief!

Whether you have injured yourself playing sports or strained your muscles working around the home, injuries and pain can interfere with your normal activities. RockTaping is a form of kinesiology taping that involves placing strips of special tape on your body to help reduce your pain and improve your mobility while supporting your joints, muscles, and tendons.

Our Newton, Surrey, Fleetwood, and Langley physiotherapists will help resolve your sore muscles and prevent pain from interfering with your life!

Call today to set up an appointment and see if RockTape is right for you!

How RockTape Helps Pain And Improves Performance

Like all types of kinesiology tape, RockTape facilitates motion and inhibits pain. This type of tape is made of a flexible material that moves when you move.

Rock Tape can be used to improve your sports performance abilities, including:

  • Strength and power
  • Static and dynamic balance (i.e., proprioception)
  • Jumping ability (vertical and horizontal)
  • Speed and agility

RockTape can be used to treat sports, and non-sports injuries, including ankle sprains, runner’s knee, hamstring pulls, calf injuries, rotator cuff problems, and back pain.

It is also helpful when working with painful conditions such as:

  • Sprains and Strains
  • Overuse injuries
  • Tendinopathies

RockTape treatments have been proven to help alleviate pain, increase strength and range of motion, and most importantly, get patients back to living their everyday lives!

What To Expect With RockTaping

At your initial appointment, your physiotherapist will perform a thorough evaluation. This assessment will determine whether RockTape will be an effective treatment for you.

We will use this information to develop a comprehensive program to reduce pain, improve your motion and strength and restore your function.

Our team uses targeted massage techniques, mobility work, strengthening, and appropriate pain relief techniques to help our patients feel better.

Our physiotherapists will detail the step-by-step process you will go through, using the necessary therapies to achieve the best possible outcomes! If you have questions about the success or validity of Rocktaping, don’t hesitate to ask your therapist! Remember, we are the experts on movement, and we have no problem providing our patients with answers to their questions and solutions to their pain.

Call Us Today

At Beyond Physiotherapyin Surrey and Langley, we strive to help our patients to get back to doing what they love!

Call today to schedule an appointment with one of our highly trained physiotherapists and learn more about how RockTape treatments can aid in your recovery.


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