HOW TO USE

If you are not able to exactly follow the taping instructions, please tape over the area of discomfort.


PREPARATION FOR TAPING APPLICATIONS

  • Apply 60 Minutes prior to activity
  • Clean skin area of oils, dirt and lotion.
  • Trim any excess hair to allow better adhesion.
  • Use the paper backing squares to determine the length of tape needed, then round the corners.
  • Tear the tape backing at the ends or in the middle depending on taping technique.
  • As described in specific instructions, tape is applied with each body part in a specific position or posture.
  • All tape ends should be applied with no tension.
  • After applying the tape, rub firmly to adhere.

TRUE TAPE USAGE

  • Can wear up to 24 hrs. a day up to 7 days
  • Can wear in any condition or environment.
  • Sweat resistant.
  • Trim off the edges & corners where lifting occurs.

TAPE REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS

  • Gently peel the tape from the skin.
  • Do not reuse tape once worn.
  • Use baby oil for any remaining adhesive.
  • New tape can now be applied once area is cleaned.

IN CASE OF SKIN IRRITATION

  • Clean skin area and apply a thin coating of Pepto Bismol or Milk of Magnesia onto skin. Best to apply onto skin with basting brush.
  • Let dry.
  • Re-apply tape.


Navigate to a specific area of your body:

Neck  |  Shoulders  |  Chest  |  Arms/Hands  |  Back  
|  Legs/Pelvis  |  Knees  |  Feet/Ankle



Neck

 

 Neck Strain

Neck Trigger Points

Neck Stiffness


Shoulders

Rotator Cuff Tendonitis/Impingement

AC Joint Sprain

Anterior Shoulder Instability


Chest

Pectoral Muscle Group Strain
 
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Arms/Hands

 Wrist “Carpel Tunnel”

Golfers Elbow

Tennis Elbow

Thumb Inflammation “De Quervain Tenosynovitis”

Bicep Tendonitis

Finger Support


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Back

Lower Back

Legs/Pelvis

 IT Band Hip

Calf Strain

Hamstrings

Shin Splits

Quads

Sacroiliitis

Tailbone/Coccyx


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Knees

 Outer Knee “Patellofemoral”

Inner Knee “MCL Sprain”

Full Knee “Osteoarthritis”

Knee “Patellar Tendonitis”

Knee “ACL Support”


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Feet/Ankle

 Achilles Tendonitis

Ankle Stability “Lateral Ankle Sprain”

Plantar Fasciitis

Inner Ankle “Medial Foot Tendonitis”

Ball of Foot “Metatarsalgia”

Turf Toe

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