Kinesiotaping

Kinesiotaping is a form of strapping where tape is applied to the skin, usually to keep muscles or bones in position. It is usually used as recovery from overuse and other injuries, and can reduce pain and aid recovery.

Taping can fulfil many roles such as supporting the ligaments and capsules of unstable joints in order to limit excessive or abnormal movement. It can also stimulate feedback from the limb or joint, as well as support injuries at the muscle-tendon units – it does this by compressing and limiting movement, with secure protective pads, dressings and splints.

Jamie has undertaken further training to teach him how to apply tape to particular areas of concern, no matter the problem. If you have a muscle strain, or you need relief from pain during a competition, Jamie has the knowledge and technique to help you over that finish line.