How To Tape A Knee With K-Tape (V3)

A short video of how to apply K-Tape for a knee injury.  This taping technique can be used for anterior knee pain, patellar tendinopathy, jumper's knee, patello-femoral pain, a distal quadriceps muscle strain injury, a quadriceps muscle contusion (cork), or post surgical rehab.




 How To Tape A Knee:

  1. Measure the required length against the knee
  2. Cut a slit to window the knee cap
  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
  7. Second short strip across joint line


Used For:

  • General knee soreness
  • Post-operative knee 
  • Joint line pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Patellofemoral pain
  • Jumper's knee (patellar tendinitis)
  • Bursitis
  • We use this one for a more traumatic injury like a patellar dislocation