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Kinesiology Tape

$19.90

Kinesiology Tape 3 Pack

3 Rolls for The Price of 2 with Free U.S. Shipping

Heel That Pain’s Kinesiology Tape is now available in a discounted 3-pack bundle. Kinesiology tape is multi-use and can be worn to add extra support for the plantar fascia ligament, ankles, knees, shoulders, and more!

    • Kinesiology tape is often recommended by physical therapists
    • Perfect to support painful feet through rigorous activities and sports
    • Each roll is 2 in. x 200 in
    • 100% guaranteed or your money back
    • Free U.S. shipping – we ship internationally too!
    • Sold as a 3-pack

Only $29.85 $19.90 

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Kinesiology Tape, also known as elastic therapeutic tape, can be used in a variety of ways to assist in pain relief and sports performance. It provides much-needed support, especially when you have an active weekend, vacation, or sports competition.

Tips for Applying Kinesio Tape

To get the most use out of your sports tape, make sure that your skin is clean and dry. Immediately after you shower and dry off is a great time to apply it, or you can swab the area clean with rubbing alcohol.

When you wrap your feet for plantar fasciitis or heel spurs, wearing socks at night will help preserve the tape and keep the edges from rolling. The same can be said for wearing kinesiology tape on other joints. If you wear it to support your knee, long pants will help protect it from coming off, or if you are taping your shoulder, a t-shirt will help extend the use time. Taping your feet can usually be done alone, but if you are taping other areas of the body such as your shoulders, it may be easier to have someone else apply the kinesio tape.

How to Tape Your Feet for Plantar Fasciitis

  1. Measure the distance from the back of your heel to the ball of your foot
  2. Cut the tape
  3. Cut the tape into 4 strips lengthwise, leaving about an inch of backing at one end to cover the heel
  4. Round all edges, including the edges on the strips
  5. Measure the length of the ball of your foot
  6. Cut it, and round the edges
  7. Flex your foot
  8. Secure the tape to your heel
  9. Lay each strip down over your arch evenly, so they are not touching
  10. Place the second piece of tape on the ball of your foot to secure the strips
  11. Gently rub the tape for several seconds to make sure it is properly secured

Click here for more taping ideas for the feet.

Click here for easy to follow videos for all other conditions.