What is KT Tape? KT Tape is an elastic tape made to relieve pain while supporting muscles, tendons, and ligaments. How does it work? When running, or doing any kind of work out and you get injured, the lymphatic fluids build up and it causes swelling, thus causing lots of pain. So when you do apply the KT Tape correctly, you are allowing the top layer of the skin … Continue reading Why I use KT Tape
As the month of June comes to an end, that means Scoliosis awareness month also comes to an end. I did lots of posts and information on instagram and twitter. I wrote several posts here on information about this painful disease that will drop you to your knees. And the best ways to deal with the pain. While again, I continue to reiterate that there are no two … Continue reading Scoliosis Awareness Month comes to an end.
What is Scoliosis? It’s a curvature of the spine. Often happens when you are growing, but can happen at any time. Mostly common in females, and most cases are mild. But then there are some who suffer from severe Scoliosis, like myself. I have a double curve, or what is called the “S curve”. Scoliosis curves are measured in degrees and doctors can see the severity … Continue reading Scoliosis is no joke
As most of you know, I am a KT Tape superfan, and believer in their product. In case you don’t know much about the tape, you can read my past two posts on KT Tape. Here is a video that explains what it is: KT Tape has tons of different applications. I love the tape because I can use it on almost any pain. It is … Continue reading MY Tips to make the KT Tape stick!
KT Tape is applied along muscles, ligaments, and tendons (soft tissue) to provide a lightweight, strong, external support that helps to prevent injury and speed recovery. KT Tape works differently for different injuries. By stretching and recoiling like a rubber band, KT Tape improves tissue function and distributes loads away from inflamed or damaged muscles and tendons, protecting tissues from further injury. By applying KT Tape over … Continue reading There is KT Tape for that!!
Do you think you have Peroneal Tendonitis? The two peroneal tendons(A tendon is a band if tissue that connects muscles to bone) in the foot run side-by-side behind the outer ankle bone. One peroneal tendon attaches to the outer part of the midfoot, while the other tendon runs under the foot and attaches near the inside of the arch. These tendons are important because they … Continue reading Running with Peroneal Tendonitis