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Learn Kinesiology Taping for NECK PAIN and NECK STIFFNESS by following our K Taping guide. This application provides may increase range of movement around the neck, and reduce pain.
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IMPORTANT: Remember to seek medical advice first and whether you’re a seasoned taping pro or a first-time taper, always fully assess before kinesiology taping.
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Measure a strip of tape from the upper back to the hair line at the neck.
Cut a Y STRIP by cutting the strip in half, leaving a small tab at one end.
If you’re unsure how, see our ‘Taping Techniques’ video
Lay the base of the Y STRIP with 0% stretch at the base of the neck, between the scapula.
Tilt the neck downwards and to the left to put the muscle on stretch
Apply the right tail of the Y STRIP with 0% stretch, following the muscle to the hairline.
Tilt the neck downwards and to the right.
Apply the left tail of the Y STRIP with 0% stretch.
Return the head to a neutral position.
Cut a short strip of tape, measured between the 2 Y STRIP tails.
Rip the backing paper into 3 sections, and remove the middle piece.
Stick the tape down with 50% stretch directly over any specific point of pain in the neck.
Stick the ends of the tape down with 0% stretch to prevent excessive recoil.
Wait at least 30 minutes before starting any exercise.
Whether you’re an athlete or a therapist our EBOOKS will help you tape better. Written by WRU physio Ben Warburton and Anthony Joshua's physio Rob Madden. They cover everything from KTAPING for runner's knee to STRAPPING an MCL
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