Damage to the delicate wrist area can easily occur, but as it can be caused by many factors and can be located in the muscles, joints, or tendons, it's important to obtain a proper diagnosis from a medical expert or physical therapist.
If you play sports that involve the use of your arms, or perform repetitive motions using your hands, you will be more susceptible to a wrist injury, but it can also occur in the elderly, or be caused by the stress and wear that is incurred day to day.
The wrist is an area that can be greatly helped by the regular application and wear of KINESIOLOGY SPORTS TAPE, as the tape's supportive but flexible properties can encourage mobility, provide support, and promote healing.
Mallet finger is an injury to the thin tendon that straightens the end joint of a finger or thumb.
Although it is also known as "baseball finger," this injury can happen to anyone when an unyielding object (like a ball) strikes the tip of a finger or thumb and forces it to bend further than it is intended to go.
Ensure your skin is washed and dry, and the area you want to apply the tape to is shaved.
Prepare the strips of tape by cutting to the appropriate length.
Remember to activate the tape by rubbing slightly to encourage the heat-sensitive adhesive to bond to your skin.
Please do a test patch before applying kinesiology sports tape. Our tape is safe but as a precaution we recommend all our customers to do a test first. This way you can avoid any negative or allergic reaction.
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