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Spring Chiropractic doctors have extensive experience in taping protocols.  KT Tape is a revolutionary sports medicine solution for treating and preventing common sports injuries such as ITBS, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, knee pain and more. Ultra-light, elastic, and strong, KT Tape is highly effective at providing pain relief, stability & support, & faster recovery for injured or sore muscles and joints-without sacrificing comfort or freedom of movement.  Kinesio Taping has been breaking new ground in the fields of sports performance, pain management and physical therapy.

The Kinesio Taping Method is designed to facilitate the body's natural healing process while allowing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body's range of motion. It is used to successfully treat a variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and medical conditions.

The taping protocols estabilished at Spring Chiropractic have been provided trendious results. Typical conditions we use taping for are: shoulder injuries, elbow tendonitis, plantar fascitis, ankle sprains, and shin splints. Those are just a few noted. Our goal is to stabilize the area of injury and to return the athelete back to activity. 

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Fascial Movement Taping 

FASCIAL MOVEMENT TAPING – TAPING MOVEMENTS, NOT MUSCLES

Nothing in the universe is static. Everything moves. Everything is dynamic. The human body is no exception. Movement is key to all healing regardless if your patient is pregnant or suffering from a car crash.

It’s time for change. A revolutionary change. FMT lays out the argument of why we’ve been doing it wrong for 100 years. It presents new ways of thinking about acute and chronic care. It integrates the best treatments with kinesiology taping to deliver the best possible patient outcomes.

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