The special tapes
Kinesiology tapes and the method to use them as an analgestic dressing material are originally from the Japanese medical science. Nowadays the tapes are also used in the physiotherapy, not only in professional sports. Kinesiology tapes are mainly used for treatment of diseases of the joints, tendons and muscles. The tapes are available in many different colors. The tapes are approimately five centimeters wide, elastic and made of cotton. After the adherence the tapes remains between a few days and two weeks on the skin. Kinesiology tapes are available online or at the pharmacy.
Effect and application areas
Conventional rigid patches only stabilize an injured joint passive. Therefore a regression of the muscles is possible and in the worst case this could cause a congestion. However, Kinesiology Tapes are flexible. This is the reason why they massage the affected area gently with every movement and reduce pressure on swollen tissue. Every tape stimulates blood and lyph flow, supports the joint and regulates muscle tone. As a result the pain often reduces during or short after taping. Furthermore the healing process will be shortened up to 50 percent. Kinesiology Tapes also act against headache, a tense back, golf and tennis arms, injuries of the shoulder, knee or ankle or a torn muscle. Often the tape is also used preventive.
If you would like to have Vita Tapes, you can order them immeditely online. The Vita Tape is a perfect companion in prevention and therapy with its practical size and the versatile effectiveness. The tapes are not only effective for athletes but for everyone who suffers from various movement complaints or tension pain. The Vita Tape consists of a comfortable cotton fabric, is breathable, water-resistant and latex free. In addition to a stimulation of the skin receptors, the Vita Tape causes a transportation of the blood circulation and promises a quick relief of pain. Furthermore the Vita Tape is tested by therapists. They confirm the practical handling and the excellent converting.