SIMPLE MED Kinesiology Tape ACHILLES TAPE blue
Kinesio Taping was developed by a chiropractor and a practicing kinesiologist named Dr. Kenzo Kase in Japan about 35 years ago and is primarily used by therapists in sports. But in everyday life, the elastic bands are used like in self-testing of amateur athletes and the workplace. Kinesiology taping is to support the body's power and healing processes by the special material, or by the appropriate investment techniques. Here, the woven elastic material properties similar to the human skin.
Simple Tape Simple med is an evolution of the original Kinesio Tape by Dr. Kenzo Kase with special features for hard requirements. Through long research in collaboration with numerous professional sports clubs a tape with optimum characteristics arose at cheaper rates. The aim of this was to develop a tape which is to mimic the human touch even better. Abandoning latex, halogens and plasticizers often used ensures particularly Allergy-friendly and skin-friendly intended use. Because of the water resistance of the material the tape can also be worn while showering or bathing. Thanks to the high breathability of the material the tape is comfortable to wear even in sporting performances at high temperatures.
The Simple Achilles Tape System of Simple Med is the perfect solution for the simple and rapid self-testing for effective and efficient kinesiology taping results. The already precut tape strips are packaged immediately use finished along with a detailed and illustrated instructions. Compared to other tapes eliminates the measuring, trimming and rounding of the tape and the intended use saves a lot of time. This makes it possible to effectively and quickly to independently taping, no extra to see a therapist. Due to the slim and compact package, the simple-Tape is excellent for trips or backpack while hiking.
Movement restrictions: no
Allergenic properties: hypoallergenic
Wearing time: 4-7 days
Package Contents: 1x Single stripe, detailed description of the intended use
Minimum shelf life: 12/2016