An ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries that can happen to people, no matter the age. This injury happens when the foot twists too much. This results in the ligament or cartilage in the ankle getting stretched or torn.
If you want to know about this injury and the kinesiology taping protocol recommended by Geeked Rehab, you can check everything there is to know about ankle sprain in this article.
Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is commonly caused by repetitive gripping motions that use the thumb and the first two fingers.
Learn more about tennis elbow from the Tape Geeks blog and learn the kinesiology taping protocol for it.
Plantar Fasciitis happens when the plantar fascia (the band of connective tissue that runs along the sole) becomes irritated. Its common cause is overuse associated with activities like walking or running. Read more about plantar fasciitis here.
There are different causes of patella or knee pain. Learn the different injuries that may occur in the knee area and the taping protocol that you can apply to alleviate the discomfort. Learn more about patellar pain here.
IT Band/ Hip Pain
The IT (iliotibial) band is a long piece of tissue that facilitates hip movement. It spans from the hip to the knee and shin bone. Pain in this area is usually felt by athletes if they don’t rest enough after an activity or if they’ve pushed themselves too far and too long.
Read more about IT band pain and its kinesiology taping protocol in our blog.
Shoulder impingement or rotator cuff tendinitis is commonly caused by poor posture and pain and swelling when the edge of the shoulder blades rub against the rotator cuff. If you’re experiencing this condition, learn more about shoulder impingement and the kinesiology taping protocol to help alleviate the discomfort.
AC Joint Sprain
The acromioclavicular or AC joint is where the collarbone and the scapula meet. The sprain happens when the two separate from each other. Learn more about AC Joint sprain, its causes, symptoms, and treatment in our blog.
Common among runners, hikers, weightlifters, and people who are generally always on their feet, their calves can take a beating. In this video, learn the kinesiology taping protocol that can help relieve some of the tension in the calves.
In this taping protocol for chronic headaches, chronic migraines, and tension at the base of the skull, learn how to alleviate discomfort by pulling it away from the neck and back down.
In this kin taping protocol, Chris demonstrates how to alleviate discomfort when experiencing Golfer’s elbow.
Shoulder Pain and Support
In this kinesiology taping technique, Chris ill show how you can alleviate some of the downward tension, pull, or separation in the shoulder area.
Tennis Elbow/ Elbow Tendinitis
Using this kin taping protocol, alleviate some of the chronic pull that may be causing the elbow tendinitis.
AC Joint Sprain
Learn a basic taping technique for anchoring and support for an AC joint sprain.
This patellar taping technique is designed to relax the pull in the quads and guide the tissue towards the kneecap.