Taping, often referred to as kinesiology taping, is a rehabilitative technique that involves the application of a specialized elastic tape to support and stabilize muscles and joints. The tape is designed to mimic the elasticity of the skin, allowing for a wide range of motion. It is believed to improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and provide proprioceptive feedback to the muscles, promoting proper movement patterns. Therapeutic taping is commonly used in sports medicine and physical therapy settings to manage a variety of conditions, including muscle injuries, joint instability, and postural issues. Taping may be part of your STRONG. chiropractic or physiotherapy appointments.