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Our holistic Nutritionist, Pavlina, specializes in teaching people to combine food, fitness and mindset to become a fat burning machine without giving up their wine, chocolate or popcorn.

After indulging in all the holidays festive feasts and treats lets get back on track!

Stay tuned for Pavlina’s New Years Free Sugar Challenge!!!!

Here’s a message from Pavlina herself:

Want to stay on track with your health during the Holidays Season?

The holiday season is upon us, Christmas is just around the corner and we who live in this North American culture – the holiday party, social gatherings etc. culture –  we are all staring down the face of food and drink abundance.

I just wanted to take a minute here and offer some prospective to all of you who are navigating this season with the ongoing commitment to lead a healthy lifestyle. Whether it is a commitment to choose less processed food, or to lower alcohol intake, or to include x number of serving of vegetables into you daily routine, or to avoid processed sugar, drink plenty of water and etc….

We are all facing a challenge this time of year that might be feared by many…..how do we stay on track?

Let’s embrace the challenge this year and set a new pattern of behaviour that will take us 1 step closer to our best essay writer, lets practice new behaviour together for easier future.

To figure out what is THE best approach for times like this for YOU is to first  find an answer to this question :

“ Are you a Moderator or are you an Abstainer”?

For some people restricting certain foods is not always fun but for some people it is actually easier to avoid all rather than to try to moderate their intake.

Can you relate to this scenario?  : “ Oh, I already had a serving of Christmas treats that I was not planning on eating so I might as well try all the goodies offered here and have fun time since I already “messed up”, and I will start again 100% tomorrow”….

That kind of approach would be considered the Abstainer – with the all or nothing attitude….It is exhausting for them to continually debate the thoughts in their head like “ Do I have it today or tomorrow?” or “How much should I have?” or  “I have been in the gym, don’t I deserve it?”

Therefore the best approach for the Abstainer is to abstain from all the deviations from their original plan. Whatever boundaries you have set for yourself in the past,  you will need to remind yourself (meditation works great) of your commitment each and every morning and plan for keeping your routine. (practically making sure you have your own foods at an arms length)

The moderator on the other hand, have a general sense of what is moderate for them or they set rules for themselves.  Like “ I will have 1 drink when I am invited out to a party, but I won’t have any drinks at home. “ They are able to have some, feel satisfied and it is easy for them not to overindulge.

Moderators will say, that having a little bit of something makes them want it less.

If you are a moderator, small treat here and there will go a long way for you.

Here are some tips for all to navigate with ease through the holidays

  1. Get sufficient amount of sleep.
  2. Keep yourself well hydrated. Having a glass of water in between drinks will slow down alcohol consumption, or between meals to keep your hunger signals at bay.
  3. Don’t skip on calories by skipping breakfast – lean source of protein and good quality fat with either veggies or piece of fruit will go a long way to stabilize your blood sugar level and prevent the need to overeat later in in the day.
  4. If you are planning to treat yourself, see what is out there that you would love to try, get a small plate out and place 1 small piece of each on the plate ahead of time. Accept this to be all that you will have for the day. This way there will be no room left for the little voice in your head to negotiate whether or not to have more…
  5. Make a commitment  every day to go outside to get fresh air,  connect with nature and at the same time to get some blood flowing through your veins through more movement.

Regardless of where on our journey we are at, let’s just look and see if we can create the warmth, the sparkle, the fabulous feeling that we are really aching for in this holiday from gratitude, from human connection, from shoving up to be fully of service to people that we are around on those days, and see if at the end of the day, when we put our head on the pillow, if we are not bursting out of every cell of our body with this eternal bliss …let’ just see…

If you feel like you would like to get a jump start and prepare ahead for the Holiday season, let me know,  I am here to help . Having a well thought out wellness plan ahead of time can sure take some of the stress associate with the Holidays off.

Yours in Health,

Pavlina

Don’t forget to stay tuned for the New Years Challenge!

We currently have 4 chiropractors, 2 decompression therapy rooms, 3 registered massage therapists, 1 physiotherapist, 1 chiropodist and 1 holistic nutritionist.

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SpineWise is known in Durham region as the top clinic for advanced non-surgical and drug-free solutions to your health concerns. Our friendly multidisciplinary team works together with a primary goal, to help you achieve your health goals as quickly and comfortably as possible , and we are great at what we do! We strive to make our clinic a fun and friendly environment for all our practice members and we promise to go that extra mile, each and every single time.

Dr. Amit Sharda and the SpineWise team have been serving Bowmanville, Newcastle, Orono, Courtice, Oshawa, Whitby, Pickering and the surrounding areas for 2 decades. Our welcoming team at SpineWise are committed to providing solutions to address your unique needs, whether you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, or even muscular tightness and tension. You may be searching for pain relief after an accident, experiencing an injury, or if you suffer from a specific condition like chronic back pain or a spinal condition. Even if you looking to improve your overall health, our team can help you attain your everyday wellness goals!

If you have not been to our office before and want to find out more, please email us or call (905) 623-8388 the answers to your questions from our experienced team.

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Anatomy 101

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The spine is one of the most important parts our body. It has three main functions:

  • Protects the spinal cord
  • Gives the body structure and support
  • Allows us to move freely

The Bones and Joints

The spine is made of 33 bones called vertebra that are stacked one above each other. There are:

  • 7 cervical vertebra in the neck
  • 12 thoracic vertebra in the middle back
  • 5 lumbar vertebra in the low back.

The sacrum is a wedged shaped bone in the pelvis made of 5 fused vertebra. The tail end of the spine (literally) we have the coccyx made of 4 fused coccygeal vertebra. The vertebra are given names based on their position in the spine. L1 is the first lumbar vertebra. There are 2 bones that have special names because of their special function. The atlas (C1) holds up the head and the axis allows the head to rotate from side to side.

Bones and Joints

Here you can see 2 vertebra stacked on top of the other. 3 joints join the vertebra to each other. The large disc in the front is like a soft cushion and provides support and absorbs pressure. The disc has a poor blood supply and receives its nutrition via sucking the nutrients from the body when you move. Behind the disc there are 2 facet joints. The facet joints guide the movement of the vertebra and have a large supply of nerves that feed your brain with information about where your spine is and how it is moving. Your brain uses this information when it is deciding how your organs should function. Some amazing research by Dr. Akio Sato has been done in this field. This is why is it is so important to maintain the normal movement of your spine. Between the facet joints and the disc is a gap called the intervertebral foramen or the IVF for short. The spinal nerves exit the spinal canal through the IVF. There are a number of bumps on each vertebra. You can see the transverse and spinouts processes in the picture. The muscles and ligaments of the spine attach to these bumps.

The Ligaments

There are a number of ligaments that cross between two vertebra. The ligaments hold the bones together while still allowing the joints to move. Some of the ligaments cross the intervetebral foramen and reduce the space the spinal nerves have to exit the spinal canal. When there is joint restriction the ligaments can rub twist and squash the nerves reducing their ability to carry healthy information from the brain to the body or the body back to the brain. With age and lack of exercise the ligaments become shorter and harder, making the joints stiffer. In the long term tight and stiff ligaments pull on the bones and produce bone spurs. Exercise and adjustments to maximize the health of the ligaments will minimize the effects of osteoarthritis in the future.

The Muscles

The Muscles

here are multiple layers of muscles in the back. Some are for supporting our spine and are called postural muscles or core muscles others are for moving our spine and are called the prime movers. The muscles are arranged in different patterns to bend our spine forwards backwards, sideways and rotate to each side. Like all muscles of the body the spinal muscles require good exercise and stretching to maintain their health and the health of your spine.

The Nerves

The spinal cord is the information superhighway between your brain and your body. Without it you could not move any part of your body and your organs could not function. It is made of millions of nerves. The spinal cord is protected by the bony spinal canal formed by the vertebra that are stacked one on top of the other. It is also protected by the duramater, a tough covering around the cord. Between the duramater and the spinal cord is the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) The CSF is important for protection of the central nervous system (CNS), which includes the brain and the spinal cord and feeds the CNS with nutrients from the blood.

The Peripheral Nerves

The spinal nerves convey information between the central nervous system and the rest of the body. The spinal nerves exit the spinal canal through each of the intervertebral foramen between each pair of vertebra. Like the tributaries of a river the small spinal nerves form larger nerves, such as the sciatic nerve, which runs down the buttock into the leg. This is how your brain controls every single cell and organ in you body. The following chart describes which spinal nerves innervate (supply) which parts of the body. You will notice that all the body parts actually receive information from more than one spinal nerve and the nerves travel a great distance to get to the organ they are supplying. This is why the actual problem in the spinal can be a long way away from you feeling the problem.

kinesio taping

The Kinesio Taping Method is a complete rehabilitative taping procedure that intended to encourage the body’s common healing process while offering help and solidness to muscles and joints without confining the body’s scope of movement just as giving stretched out delicate tissue control to draw out the advantages of manual treatment directed inside the clinical setting.

Latex free and wearable for sometime at once, Kinesio Tape is alright for people suffer from pediatric to geriatric, and effectively treats an variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and other ailments. The Kinesio Taping Method is a restorative taping procedure not just offering your patient the help they are searching for, but in addition restoring the influenced condition too.

By focusing on various receptors inside the somatosensory framework, Kinesio Tape eases torment and encourages lymphatic drainage by microscopingly lifting the skin. This lifting influence convolutions in the skin and expanding interstitial space and taking into allowing a decrease in inflammation of influenced zones.

Uses Of Kinesio Taping

Treating Injuries- physical therapists use kinesio taping to lessen the pain and swelling caused by injuries. It is very effective for other treatments like manual therapy.

Supports Weak Zones – In some conditions like fatigued muscles, the muscles and joints need extra support for proper functioning, Kinesio Taping is the treatment for these conditions. It also enhances movement and endurance.

Re-educating Muscles – The muscles that have lost their functioning ability can be helped by Kinesio Taping. Improving postures and even improving the way of walking is cured by it.
Enhances Performance – Kinesio Taping is used by some athletes to help them achieve peak performance and provides protection from injuries in the events.

Spinewise Clinic in Bowmanville offers kinesio taping for treating injuries and other joint issues.

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The Kinesio Taping Method is a conclusive rehabilitative taping strategy that is intended to encourage the body’s characteristic recuperating process while offering help and solidness to muscles and joints without limiting the body’s scope of movement just as giving stretched out delicate tissue control to delay the advantages of manual treatment directed inside the clinical setting. Sans latex and wearable for a considerable length of time at once, Kinesio Tex Tape is ok for populaces extending from pediatric to geriatric, and effectively treats an assortment of orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and other ailments.

The Kinesio Taping Method is a restorative taping strategy not just offering your patient the help they are searching for, yet additionally restoring the influenced condition also. By focusing on various receptors inside the somatosensory framework, Kinesio Tex Tape reduces torment and encourages lymphatic seepage by minutely lifting the skin. This lifting influence frames convolutions in the skin in this way expanding interstitial space and taking into consideration a diminishing in aggravation of the influenced zones.

In view of long stretches of clinical use, Kinesio Tex Tape is explicitly connected to the patient dependent on their requirements after assessment. The discoveries of the clinical assessment or appraisal direct the points of interest of the Kinesio Tex Tape application and other conceivable medications or modalities. With the usage of single “I” strips or adjustments in the state of a “X”, “Y” or other particular shapes just as the heading and measure of stretch set on the tape at time of utilization, Kinesio Taping can be connected in several different ways and can reconstruct the neuro muscular framework, decrease torment and aggravation, advance execution, counteract damage and advance great dissemination and mending, and help with restoring the body to homeostasis.

The Kinesio Benefit

Assessment and appraisal are key in the treatment of any clinical condition. So as to get the ideal outcomes from a Kinesio Tex Tape application just as some other treatment, a full appraisal of your patient is essential. At times, the treatment of a condition may require treatment of other basic conditions also. This evaluation ought to incorporate manual muscle testing, scope of movement testing, step appraisal, and whatever other orthopedic exceptional tests that you esteem essential. The data picked up from these appraisals will take into account the best possible treatment convention to be spread out.

It has been demonstrated to have positive physiological consequences for the skin, lymphatic and circulatory framework, belt, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. It tends to be utilized related to a huge number of different medications and modalities inside your facility and is compelling amid the rehabilitative and constant stages on damage just as being utilized for protection measures.

Kinesiology

Although there is much more research to be done, we know that applying kinesiology tape can help with reducing pain, cueing proprioceptive feedback for improved body awareness, decreasing localized swelling, improving range of motion and improving sports performance.

There is no replacement for sensible injury management; kinesiology tape is an excellent tool in every doctor’s tool box.

What is Kinesio tape?

Kinesio tape was invented by Chiropractor – Dr Kenzo Kase.

In the 1970’s Dr. Kase began searching for a sports taping method which could assist in the healing of traumatised tissue and muscles. He found that joint pain often resulted from the abnormal function of muscles and myo-fascial tissues around the joint rather than from the joint itself.

Scientific studies have not shown a significant difference with applying the tape in one direction or another to either activate or inhibit a muscle. We suggest applying the tape in the most practical manner, using clinical reasoning as to where the tape should start and stop to improve outcomes with your treatment. Kinesiology tape is an excellent tool in every doctor’s tool box.

Functions of Kinesio tape:

– Helps to normalise muscle function

– Improves lymphatic and blood flow

– Pain reduction and management

– Helps to correct Joint and tissue dysfunction.

Kinesio Tape is an elastic adhesive tape that does not restrict motion like conventional athletic tape. It is used extensively by sports teams and athletes throughout the world.

Kinesio Tape Reduces:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Scar Tissue
  • Muscle Activity

Kinesio Tape Improves:

  • Healing
  • Posture
  • Nerve Receptors
  • Muscle Contraction

The reality is you don’t need to take a course at all to learn how to tape. Taking a course should complement the basics of application and expand your understanding of just how complimentary kinesiology tape can be to your current patient care.

At Spinewise, we feel that our information creates a well-rounded knowledge base of tape, skin, movement and fascia. We truly want to share these new concepts and create a society that understands our biggest perceptual organ; the skin.

THE TAPING doesn’t have to be complicated at all. There should be the least amount of tape applied to get the job done. Cutting the tape into all sorts of shapes can get very complicated. Ultimately, the comfort and duration of wear of the application should be the most important factors in how the tape is applied.

Go stronger, longer

Kinesio Taping is an original elastic adhesive Pain relief tape which is designed as a support to injuries, prevent Swelling and edema and Enhance athletic performance. This tape was developed by  Dr. Kenzo Kase in 1979. Kinesio Tape is latex-free, hypoallergenic.T his tape was originally designed for the elite athletes, weekend warriors to geriatric and pediatric patients. This tape facilitates the body’s natural healing process while allowing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion.

How does this tape work?

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This colorful tape is made up of cotton fibers with polymer elastic strands. It reduces pressure on lymphatic drainage channels and remove fluids and other harmful materials that collect in an injured area. It improves blood flow and enhances the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the injured tissues accelerates the healing process. This tape is also used as a post-surgical recovery and other inflammatory conditions, including lymphedema (severe swelling of the extremities.), Kinesio tape stabilize the muscles and help the muscles to recover fast. The blood vessels in the area are also compressed, which reduces the delivery of oxygen and nutrients for healing. Kinesio tape lightly lifts the skin away from the muscle and it reduces swelling and promote blood flow to the muscle.

 

Kinesio taping is the effective taping technique used to heel the muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation to prolong the benefits of manual therapy administered within the clinical setting. The Kinesio tape used in this method is made up of 100%  gentle cotton fiber strip, latex-free, Hypoallergenic. It is safe for populations from elite athletes and pediatric patients. This method not only offers the patient the support they are looking for but also rehabilitating the affected condition as well.

Kinesiology Tape Benefits

Benefits

1.Pain Relief

 

 

This tape relieves the pain as its elasticity lifts the skin slightly, which immediately reduces pressure on sensitive pain receptors under the skin. In addition, its stimulating effect on pain pathways provides a competitive stimulus that blocks pain signals going to the brain.

2. Reduced Swelling and Inflammation

This tape reduced the swelling and Inflammation. It reduced pressure on the lymphatic drainage channels enhances removal of fluids and other materials that collect in an injured area.

3. Accelerated Recovery from Bruises and Contusions

The most powerful effect of kinesiology taping is the removal of blood that accumulates under the skin due to bruising.

Kinesiology Tape is a revolutionary treatment method that provides therapeutic support while maintaining a full range of motion to alleviate pain, improve circulation, and facilitate lymphatic drainage by microscopically lifting the skin.

What Does  Kinesiology Tape Do and its Benefits

 

Kinesio tape was developed in 1973 by Dr. Kenso Kase and is prescribed to induce a therapeutic effect.

Although there is much more research to be done, we know that applying kinesiology tape can help with reducing pain, cueing proprioceptive feedback for improved body awareness, decreasing localized swelling, improving range of motion and improving sports performance. There is no replacement for sensible injury management; a kinesiology tape is an excellent tool in every doctor’s toolbox.

Scientific studies have not shown a significant difference with applying the tape in one direction or another to either activate or inhibit a muscle. We suggest applying the tape in the most practical manner, using clinical reasoning as to where the tape should start and stop to improve outcomes with your treatment.

The reality is you don’t need to take a course at all to learn how to tape. Taking a course should complement the basics of application and expand your understanding of just how complimentary kinesiology tape can be to your current patient care.

They don’t have to be complicated at all. There should be the least amount of tape applied to get the job done. Cutting the tape into all sorts of shapes can get very complicated. Ultimately, the comfort and duration of wear of the application should be the most important factors in how the tape is applied.

Scientific studies have not shown a significant difference with applying specific percentages of stretch for optimal clinical outcomes. We know that stretching tape can cause skin irritations. We suggest to always starting applications with minimal stretch on the tape.

Benefits of Kinesiology Tape

Kinesiology tape has many benefits, including:

  • Providing support to sore muscles
  • Stabilizing injuries as they heal
  • Prolonging the effects of physical therapy
  • Providing relief for swelling

K-tape also can be used on a more frequent basis to help with lactic acid buildup and bruising in muscles.

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What is the Kinesio Taping Method?Kinesio taping is a unique method, helps to provide support and stability to muscles and joints without affecting the range of motion or circulation. The Kinesio Taping Method focuses on the natural healing process of the body.

Kinesio Tape can reduce pain and inflammation and help relax overused and tired muscles when correctly applied to the muscles. Kinesiology tape is almost identical to human skin in both thickness and elasticity, which allows Kinesio tape to be worn without binding, constricting or restriction of your movement.

Uses for Kinesio Taping Method:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Lower back strain/pain
  • Knee conditions
  • Shoulder conditions
  • Hamstring injuries
  • Groin injuries
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Tennis elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Patella tracking
  • Pre and post-surgical edema
  • Ankle Sprains
  • Headaches

 

The Kinesio taping technique has received accolades from a lot of people from all walks of life, especially athletes who are always prone to muscle injuries due to strain. It is a revolutionary way to relieve ailments and it will surely remain to be an amazing help to a lot of people.

Spinewise Chiropractic clinic in Bowmanville has licensed medical professional who focuses on muscle pain treatment. Visit Spinewise for more details about Kinesio Taping.

 

 

 

Kinesio Taping ServicesA lot of people have been hearing the name Kinesio taping, but very few of them know what exactly it is and what the benefits of it are. The benefits of Kinesio tape are an extensive and varied that’s why it has got the nickname “Magic Tape”.

Kinesio taping technique is a very effective technique to reduce the pain. This technique is found to be effective in a variety of ailments, from foot pain to headaches, and is still continuing to receive a lot of praises.

The main benefit of this Kinesio taping is that it provides its ability to give stability and to maintain support to injured muscles and joints without affecting their range of motion and their circulation in any adverse manner. It has become one of the most widely-used therapeutic modalities in both athletic and healthcare settings.

The physical benefits of kinesiology tape include:

  • Pain Relief
  • Accelerated Recovery from Bruises and Contusions
  • Reduced Swelling and Inflammation
  • Allows Athletes to Remain Active while Injured
  • Enhances Strength and Muscle Tone in Weak or Poorly-Toned Muscles
  • Supports Injured Muscles and Joints without Restricting Range of Motion
  • Prevents and/or Relieves Muscle Spasms and Cramping

Spinewise Chiropractor Bowmanville offers Kinesio Taping services with best results.

Kinesio-Taping ServicesKinesio Taping, a method to give stability and support to joints and muscles. This method was invented by Dr. KenzoKase, a chiropractor from Japan. This method is also able to alleviate other ailments as well. There is no wonder that it has become one of the most widely-used methods in both athletic and healthcare settings.

How does it work?

Kinesio taping’s aim is to allow full movement by opening up your muscles. This tape is applied on or around the injury or stain. The tape works by moving the skin and connective tissue away from the injured area and allow lymphatic fluid to flow freely. This tape also helps in healing inflamed tissue. This allows your body to naturally heal yourself, and many claims it relieves pain, reducing the need for prescription medication.

The physical benefits of kinesiology tape include:

  • Pain Relief
  • Reduced Swelling and Inflammation
  • Prevents and/or Relieves Muscle Spasms and Cramping
  • Allows Athletes to Remain Active while Injured
  • Accelerated Recovery from Bruises and Contusions
  • Speedier Recovery of Overused Muscles
  • Without Restricting Range of Motion, it supports Injured Joints and Muscles
  • Enhances Strength and Muscle Tone in Weak or Poorly-Toned Muscles

The Kinesio Taping Method is effective in its own way, but also it can be combined with other therapeutic modalities for even greater impact. This method is one of the least but most effective methods. The best part is this method has no side effects. These tapes look nice as it comes in different colors and shapes. It can usually be left up for a week and benefits to the injured are available 24 hours a day.

 

 

 

 

 

Kinesio Taping is a special method of bandage, which unlike the classic bandages used in rehabilitation, allows the movement of the bandaged area.

It is designed specifically to facilitate the process of natural healing of the body, providing support, and stability to muscles and joints. One of the benefits and characteristics of the band is that it acts without restricting the reach of the body of movement, thanks to its physical characteristics.

Kinesio Taping in the Spinewise medical Clinic

The kinesiologist is a professional whose purpose is to restore functionality and reintegrate the person into his / her usual activities and society.

For this, in Spinewise medical Clinic, a team of professionals uses different kinesio taping technique that allow you to evaluate and treat patient in different areas of performance such as:

 Kinesiology and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation:
 Spine and Cervical Skull
 Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand
 Hip
 Knee
 Ankle and foot
 Sports Injuries
 Kinesiology in respiratory diseases, adult and children
 Geriatric Kinesiology
 Kinesiology in pelvic floor
 Kinesiology in Accidents at work and occupational diseases
 Kinesiology in Burns and Scars
 Oncology Kinesiology
 Kinesiology in Cardiac Rehabilitation
 Kinesiology in overweight and obesity
 Kinesiology in Palliative Care

Kinesio taping techniques are all the rage in sports medicine right now, thanks to a popularity boost from world-wide Olympians. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find a clinic specializing in sports injury treatment that isn’t adopting the practice.

What is Kinesio Tape?

Kinesio tape is a cotton and acrylic tape useful to muscles for rehabilitation purposes. As opposed to more traditional tapes used in sports injury treatments, Kinesio tape allows for a full range of motion for your muscles while supporting them against strains and pulls.

How Does Kinesio Tape Work?

It’s the Kinesio taping techniques that get the most credit here, though the specialized tape itself certainly plays a part. Kinesio taping techniques was designed as a muscle pain treatments for athletes. It helps to rehabilitate weak and overused muscles, stabilize the injured area, and decrease pressure caused by inflammation in the muscles and joints.

It also decreases the amount of time needed for sports injury treatments and recovery. The tape itself is porous, which allows for it to be used for longer periods of time, because it doesn’t originate off in the bath or if you sweat.

kinesio_taping_methodWhat is the kinesio tape?

A lot of people have been hearing about this but do not really know what it is able to do and what the benefits of it are. To be able to satisfy your curiosity since you would not be reading this article if you do not have an inkling of interest about the kinesio tape, here are some quick facts about it.

  • The kinesio tape was invented by Dr. Kenzo Kase of Japan in 1973.
  • It is a super-thin tape which can be designated as similar in texture to that of normal human skin.
  • It is elastic and can expand up to 40 percent its actual size.
  • It is designed to be worn for a maximum of 5 days without having to have it changed.
  • It is water-resistant.
  • It comes in different colors.
  • It comes in different sizes.
  • It comes in different shapes.
  • It is made from 100 percent cotton.
  • It is latex-free.
  • It is non-medicated.
  • A roll of it can last up to 10 applications.

Get best kinesio taping at Spinewise medical cinic. Kinesio taping is the preferred taping method by athletes, chiropractors, physical therapists, acupuncturists, other medical practitioners, and even people from all walks of life when it comes to managing pain caused by over-exertion of the muscles. Not only are they useful in relieving muscular pain, they are also effective in other ailments, from headaches down to footaches.

Kinesio-TapeKinesio taping procedures are all the rage in sports medicine right now, thanks to a popularity lift from world-wide Olympians. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find a clinic specializing in sports injury treatment that isn’t adopting the practice. But if you’re new to the world of competitive sports, you may find yourself asking “What is Kinesio taping” or “How does Kinesio tape work?” Hopefully, this will answer your questions.

What is Kinesio Tape?

Kinesio tape is a cotton and acrylic tape applied to muscles for rehabilitation resolutions. As opposed to more traditional tapes used in sports injury treatments, Kinesio tape allows for a full range of motion for your muscles while supporting them against strains and pulls.

How Does Kinesio Tape Work?

It’s the Kinesio taping techniques that get the most credit here, though the specialized tape itself certainly plays a part. It was considered as a muscle pain treatment for athletes. It helps to rehabilitate weak and overused muscles, stabilize the injured area, and decrease pressure caused by inflammation in the muscles and joints. It also decreases the amount of time needed for sports injury treatments and recovery. The tape itself is porous, which allows for it to be used for longer periods of time, because it doesn’t come off in the wash or if you sweat.

kinesiotapingA lot of specialists approve of taping techniques for muscle pains since they have been known to relieve pain and to heal them, in effect. However, not all taping techniques are effective since there are some that are said to worsen the situation instead of alleviate it, causing some doubts on some athletes to use taping techniques.

Even though this is the case, a lot of people, especially athletes, still rely on them. Find out kinesio taping in bowmanville with free exam and first treatment via http://www.spinewise.ca/kinesio-taping/.

A lot of people have been hearing about this but do not really know what it is able to do and what the benefits of it are. To be able to satisfy your curiosity since you would not be reading this article if you do not have an inkling of interest about the kinesio tape, here are some quick facts about it:

A roll of it can last up to 10 applications.

It is a super-thin tape which can be described as similar in texture to that of normal human skin.

  • It is elastic and can expand up to 40 percent its actual size.
  • It is designed to be worn for a maximum of 5 days without having to have it changed.
  • It is water-resistant.
  • It comes in different colors.
  • It comes in different sizes.
  • It comes in different shapes.
  • It is made from 100 percent cotton.
  • It is latex-free.
  • It is non-medicated

Kinesio Taping TechniqueWhat is the kinesio tape?

Most of the people have been hearing about this but do not actually know what it is. Is it able to do and what the advantages of it are. Some people are very curious to know about this. Here are some facts are given by which you can easily know about kinesio tape:

1. The kinesio tape was developed by Dr. KenzoKase of Japan.
2. It is elastic and can increase up to 40 percent its real size.
3. It is a super-thin tape which can be defined as similar in texture to that of standard human skin.
4. It is intended to be worn for a maximum of 5 days without having to have it rehabilitated.
5. It is water-resistant.
6. It comes in different sizes and colors.
7. It is made from 100 percent cotton.
8. It is non-medicated.
9. It is latex-free.
10. A roll of it can last up to 10 uses.

These benefits are the cause why the kinesio taping technique is the favored taping method by chiropractors, athletes, acupuncturists, physical therapists, other medical physicians. kinesio taping are also effective in other ailments, from headaches down to footaches. If you are looking for kinesio taping in Bowmanville, you can visit our website for free consultation.

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