How To Tape A Shoulder With K-Tape (V2)

A short instructional video of how to apply K-Tape to a shoulder.  This taping technique can be used for a gleno-humeral joint sprain, an acromio-clavicular (AC) joint sprain, rotator cuff muscle injury, shoulder instability, or to restrict anterior or posterior dislocation.

 

 

How To Tape A Shoulder:

  1. Measure the required length against the shoulder
  2. Cut two equal lengths for deltoid
  3. Round the corners to prevent them lifting off
  4. Gutter the tape towards itself to catch the leading edge
  5. Apply an inch at each end with no stretch
  6. Apply tape with 50% stretch

 

Used For:

  • Rotator cuff pain
  • Sub acromial pain
  • Lateral shoulder pain
  • AC joint sprain
  • General shoulder soreness
  • We us this one more for shoulder subluxations / dislocation rehab
  • Multi directional instability

 

  

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