Carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Until now, the use of kinesiology taping in the treatment of numerous musculoskeletal pathologies has been written about, but only the nerve has been treated with Morton's neuroma. In this post we will explain another pathology related to the nerve, carpal tunnel...

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The functional bandage

The functional bandage

Bandaging has been used in traumatology and orthopaedics for centuries, and there are records of its use by the Greeks and Egyptians. But the beginnings of functional bandage as such, which allows mobility and does not only seek immobilisation, appear in the 1930s in...

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Most common elbow tendinopathies

Most common elbow tendinopathies

This publication begins with injuries to the upper limb, specifically the elbow. The injuries that cause pain in the elbow are strains, fractures, bursitis, arthritis, etc. Today's post focuses on soft tissue injuries, specifically tendon injuries. The most frequent...

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The crosstape

The crosstape

One technique that has been associated with kinesiology tape since its beginnings is the crosstape. Although it has been mentioned in previous articles, in today's post we would like to take a closer look at this technique, which is useful both on its own and in...

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Calf muscle fibre rupture

Calf muscle fibre rupture

One of the most common sports injuries is the calf fibre rupture, also known colloquially as the pedralis syndrome. This blog subtly introduces the anatomy of the triceps suralis, the description of the injury, the most common causes and the treatment with kinesiology...

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Physiology of kinesiology tape

Physiology of kinesiology tape

There are already several posts that have been created about kinesiology tape, different among them: muscle and ligament techniques, ways of cutting the bandage, applications in degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis, scientific research related to the...

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Knee arthritis

Knee arthritis

The last post warned that it would be a pathology more focused on geriatrics, but it really is an injury that most people will end up suffering, since osteoarthritis of the knee affects (according to the study of Epidemiology, clinical impact and therapeutic...

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Kinesiology knee tapes

Kinesiology knee tapes

Today's post will look at a couple of applications of kinesiology tape on the knee. We will begin with a brief introduction to the knee joint and an explanation of the most common injuries. We will then explain two of these most common injuries. Whay is the knee...

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