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BASIC PRECAUTION
1. Clean the skin before taping.


2. Two ways of removing paper backing


    1) Place the tip of your thumb on the top edge of tape, and then simply roll back your thumb along
        and towards your body.

    2) Since the tension of tape is different from that of the paper backing, paper backing will tear as
        a result of twisting tape itself.



3. To apply the tape onto pain area, the skin and muscle of the affected area has to be fully stretched

     before application of tape. Do not stretch the tape itself, and then leave it on for 3~5 days.


4. When the length of the tape is measured. Cut the tape after extending the muscle to which you are

     about toapply the tape.


5. After taping, there should be wrinkles when the body returns to a normal position.


6. If the tape is wet after a bath or shower, dry the tape using fans.


7. When removing Ares Kinesiology Tape from the skin, remove the tape slowly according to

    the direction of hair. Pay special care for children and seniors to avoid damaging skin.


8. Attach the tape to the skin, and be careful not to overlap.


9. If you feel itchy or uncomfortable after taping, remove the tape immediately.

APPLICATIONS
 

APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS

APPLICATIONS(Clinical)

Front Neck Pain
Lateral Neck Pain
Posterior Neck Pain 1
Posterior Neck Pain 2
Neck Stiffness
Neck & Shoulder 1
Neck & Shoulder 2
Posterior Upper Shoulder
General Shoulder Pain 1
General Shoulder Pain 2
Shoulder Contusion
Biceps
Tricepts

Medial Elbow Pain 1
Medial Elbow Pain 2
Lateral Elbow Pain 1
Lateral Elbow Pain 2
General Wrist Pain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Outer Lower Arm 1
Outer Lower Arm 2
Inner Lower Arm
Thumb Pain
Finger Pain

Lower Back 1
Lower Back 2
Lower Back 3
Lower Back 4
Back & Shoulder
Upper Back 1
Upper Back 2
Abdomen 1
Abdomen 2
Abdomen 3
Abdomen 4
Rib Pain 1
Rib Pain 2
Tail Bone
Chest Pain 1

Chest Pain 2

Hip 1
Hip 2
Hip Joint
Muscles of Thigh
Front Thigh 1
Front Thigh 2
Posterior Thigh 1
Posterior Thigh 2
Groin Pull
Groin Pull (Video)

Knee Pain 1
Knee Pain 2
Knee Pain 3
Knee Pain 4
Knee Pain 5
Knee Pain (Video)
Patella Pain 1
Patella Pain 2
Medial Knee Pain
Lateral Knee Pain
Calf Pain
Calf Pain (Video)
Shin Splints
Achilles Tendon 1
Achilles Tendon 2
Achilles Tendon 3
Achilles Tendon (Video)

Medial Ankle Sprain
Lateral Ankle Sprain
Big Toe
Hallux Valgus
Sole Pain 1
Sole Pain 2
Planter Fasciitis

Bruise
Indigestion
Frozen Shoulder
Shoulder Pain from Overuse
Intercostal Neuralgia
Rheumatism of Elbow
Tennis Elbow
Golf Elbow
Rheumatism of Wrist
Thumb Tendinitis
Rheumatism of Finger
Rheumatism of Knee
Calf Swelling
Calf Cramp
Rheumatism of Ankle
Flat Foot




                       

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