Rock Tape

What is Rocktape?

RockTape is a type of kinesiology tape. It has many healing qualities as well as performance enhancing benefits. RockTape is often referred to as the “duct tape of the human body” because it is so versatile.

Some of the many beneficial uses include:

  • Compression or decompression of an area, depending on it’s application.
  • The promotion of blood flow or help to drain swelling.
  • Decrease or relieve pain
  • Increase the awareness of a specific area that needs attention
  • Depending on application, it can activate or deactivate a muscle group to enhance performance or decrease risk of injury.

Although RockTape is mostly commonly used amongst athletes, for patellofemoral pain syndrome, multiple application such as anterior knee pain, calf muscle or calf injuries and calf muscle pain patella taping and patellofemoral pain, it has proven to be a tremendous tool utilized in the treatment of our patients.

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Rock Tape Gallery

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Olivia- Shoulder Stabilization

Shoulder Stabilizing Sports taping to maximize joint support while activating muscle fibers to optimize strength

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Shoulder and Scapular stabilization taping to optimize performance with
overhead lifting

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Upper Chest and Side Rib Taping to promote healing after a bruised rib injury attained during Jui-Jitsu

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Patellar stabilizing knee tape with patellar tracking and lateral quad support

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Ankle Sprain

Ankle Sprain taping to reduce swelling while activating muscle support


Lauren- Lumbar Strain

Upper Chest and Side Rib Taping to promote healing after a bruised rib injury attained during Jui-Jitsu

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Hamstring taping following a thorough stretch; keeps muscles open to optimize

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Andrea- Calf Strain & Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles Tendon decompression with calf stimulating tape to trigger muscle activity while relieving ankle/achilles pain

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Cervical/Scapular Strain

Cervical/Trapezius taping to release muscular tension and improve range of motion