Even if you’ve played sports and never needed a joint or muscle taped, you’ve probably seen an athlete who did.
Kinesio taping provides support and stability, without cutting off circulation despite patients wearing the tape 24-hours-a-day. It can also reduce pain and inflammation, relaxing muscles so you have a more range of motion.
Some of the conditions it’s used for include:
- Ankle sprains
- Athletic injury prevention
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Groin injuries
- Knee pain
- Lower back pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Shoulder pain
- Tennis elbow
If you’re in pain, Kinesio taping might help. But if you still need help, see your doctor and ask if acupuncture could help you.
Robert W. Ferguson, D.C., F.I.A.M.A., state-licensed chiropractor and acupuncturist, sees patients at 2250 W. 86th Street, Ste. 100, on the north side of Indianapolis by the soon-to-open Metro Diner. Just look for the orange sign.
Chiropractic Rehabilitation & Acupuncture now accepts Healthy Indiana Plan for chiropractic services, and most insurance for chiropractic therapy and acupuncture.
Dr. Ferguson also offers a noninvasive low-energy or low-level laser therapy that is Food and Drug Administration approved for temporary pain relief. But most insurance plans don’t cover it just yet.