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Kinesiotyping

The kinesiotyping method, proposed in 1973 by the Japanese physician Kenzo Kasi, is a new direction in restorative medicine.

Kinesiotypes are elastic tapes, made of high quality cotton and covered with hypoallergenic adhesive layer acrylic based, which activates at body temperature. Elastic properties of teips are close to elastic skin parameters. The cotton base does not prevent the skin from breathing and evaporation from its surface. These properties allow you to use watercrafts in water sports, as well as leave glued on the skin for up to 5 days.

Recommendations for use

It is expedient to use kinesiyatypivan as an independent method, as well as in combination with medical treatment, physiotherapy, manual therapy, acupuncture, physical therapy in such diseases:

Sports Medicine

  • Prevention of sports injuries
  • Posttraumatic pain syndromes of the joints of the upper and lower extremities
  • Fouling of soft tissues of the trunk, upper and lower extremities
  • Stretching the ligaments of the joints of the upper and lower extremities

Neurology

  • Neurological manifestations of osteochondrosis of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine
  • Muscular and facial pain syndromes of the trunk, upper and lower extremities

Orthopedics

  • Scoliosis
  • Juvenile kyphosis
  • Achilloburtsit
  • Varous curvature of the legs in children

Gynecological diseases

  • Violation of lymph circulation in varicosity and after mastectomy
  • Almodysmenorrhea
  • Correction of the figure after the birth of the child