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18 April 2011 ~ 0 Comments


As you may recall from our intro post on kinesiology taping, we’re going to focus on each muscle group/joint and show you how to use kinesiology tape in three distinct ways:

Immediately after injury  (for swelling and pain
During the healing process (correction techniques to restore normal position and allow for healing)
Techniques to help improve strength [...]

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14 June 2010 ~ 0 Comments

PFS/”Runners Knee”- Treatment

In last week’s post on PFS or “runners knee” as it’s sometimes referred to, we talked about what it actually is from an anatomy standpoint, what causes it and how to tell if this is what your have or what else it might be. During this post we’re going to focus more on the actual [...]

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07 June 2010 ~ 1 Comment

PFS/”Runners Knee”- What is it?

Over the past few blog posts we’ve been tying up some loose ends. In the first nine installments, we moved through all of the major joints of the legs, including the hip, knee, ankle and foot. During these posts we identified and demonstrated self muscle massage techniques that you could use on each muscle group [...]

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19 April 2010 ~ 3 Comments

Self Muscle Massage- pt 6 Quads

This is part six in the self muscle massage series. In the introduction post, we discussed and demonstrated the the three techniques used below in more depth. If you missed it or would like to review the material you can do so here. If you’d like to see other installments of the series including the [...]

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