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Kinesio Taping

In 2004 the UK saw the introduction of an injury taping method, known as Kinesio Taping. Developed in the 1970’s by Dr. Kase, this method of taping was found to help in the healing of traumatised tissue and muscles. Unlike traditional taping techniques, such as athletic taping and strapping, Kinesio Taping supports the muscles and joints without reducing range of motion, and supports the fascia. It is also thought that Kinesiology taping could have benefits for the lymphatic system.

Our physiotherapist is a fully qualified Kinesio Taping practitioner and will assess your injury and advise you on the best taping to support and help the healing process.

The Benefits of Kinesio Taping

  • Allows range of motion and does not restrict like conventional athletic tape.
  • Elastic properties to help to support and reduce muscle fatigue.Can be worn for several days (3-5) without re-application.
  • Cost effective patient management (6-10 applications per roll).
  • 100% cotton and latex free.
  • Elasticity of up to 30-40% from resting length.
  • Tape is applied with 10% stretch.
  • Medical grade, heat sensitive acrylic adhesive.
  • Allows the skin to breathe.
  • Thickness, and weight approximates that of skin.

Call us on 01634 817242.

Kinesio Taping Medway Kent


Holcombe Health Clinic
Holcombe Park
Curtis Way
Kent ME1 2TQ

01634 817242


By Car – from the M2
Exit the M2 at Junction 3 and head towards the A229 Chatham. Follow the A229 Chatham until you come to a large roundabout with Toys R Us and Homebase on your left, carry straight on over the roundabout and stay in the left-hand lane.
You’ll approach a set of traffic lights, be in the left-hand lane and turn left. Follow the road around to the left and take the first right into our access road. Holcombe Park is at the end.

By Rail
Take the train to Chatham. Either take a taxi or walk out of the station round to the right to the bus lay-by and follow the bus directions below.

By Bus
From Chatham bus or rail station, get the 101 bus towards Maidstone. Get off the bus outside the Horsted Park housing development. Head towards the traffic lights opposite the Horsted Park and travel down Marconi Way. Go under the barrier and down the access road. The clubhouse is at the end.

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