If you have an injury, inflammation, or sore muscles and want relief, expert Chiropractor Sean Joseph, DC, CKTP, can help at Integrated Chiropractic in Silverdale, Washington. He offers Kinesio Taping® to support targeted tissues, relieve discomfort naturally, and prevent future injuries. Call the office to learn more or send us a message from the contact us page.
Kinesio Taping at Integrated Chiropractic uses advanced Kinesio® Tex Gold Tape technology to reposition or better support tissues, reduce discomfort, stimulate healing, and lower your chance of future injuries.
For more than 25 years, Kinesio Taping has enhanced sports medicine, sports performance, and pain management; your provider may use it as part of a rehabilitation program. Kinesio Taping works by sticking to your skin and lifting it, repositioning targeted tissues for pain relief.
At Integrated Chiropractic, Dr. Joseph uses Kinesio Tex Gold Tape to:
Kinesio Taping methods facilitate your body’s natural healing process while enhancing the stability of musculoskeletal tissues without restricting the range of motion.
These methods effectively treat orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological, and numerous other medical conditions. Kinesio Tex Tape protocols at Integrated Chiropractic training produce unsurpassed results.
Well-known Japanese practitioner Dr. Kenzo Kase, a skilled licensed Chiropractor and Acupuncturist, developed Kinesio Tex Tape in response to limitations he encountered while using rigid sports taping methods. Kinesio Tape has a texture and elasticity similar to living human skin. Its unique properties stem from kinesiology studies.
To determine if you’re a candidate for Kinesio Taping, Dr. Joseph reviews your symptoms and medical history with you. He completes a physical exam and may recommend that you undergo X-rays or other imaging procedures to diagnose the cause of injuries and pain.
The process of Kinesio Taping is simple, fast, and painless. Dr. Joseph places the flexible tape in strategic areas of your body to lift or reposition targeted tissues. Leave the tape on your skin as directed by Dr. Joseph and replace it as needed.
In addition to Kinesio Taping, he could suggest you try physical therapy, massage, myofascial release, chiropractic adjustments, near-infrared light therapy, corrective exercises, or other holistic treatments to reduce pain and improve overall musculoskeletal functioning.
To learn more about Kinesio Taping and decide if it’s right for you, call the Integrated Chiropractic office or send us a message from the contact us page today.