Kinesiology Tape Used by Professional Athletes, Olympians, & weekend warriors to treat common sports injuries.
A new application from Holly Moriarty, a sports chiropractor from Haymarket, VA. This application differs from other plantar fasciitis applications in that it 1) has a toe anchor to allow it to stay on longer on a sweaty foot, 2) The second strip acts as arch support, and 3) The third strips helps pull the calf muscle back down to relieve pressure on the Achilles tendon.continue reading
KT Tape: The shin is the common name for the front of the lower leg bone (tibia) and its associated muscles and tendons. While the tibialis posterior serves to point the toes and foot downwards (plantarflexion), muscles on the front of the leg (primarily the anterior tibialis) serve to point the toes and foot upwards (dorsiflexion). Anterior shin splints exist on the front of the lower leg and involve the tibialas anterior, while posterior shin splints present pain along the inside edge of the lower leg in the tibialis posterior tendon.continue reading