EasyTape® and the EasyTaping® method are new. This Dutch-Swiss method is the revolution in the field of functional taping. It is based upon principles of Physiotherapy, Manual Therapy and Osteopathy. This approach combines neuro-reflex facilitation with myofascial guidance. The effect: Accelerates functional restoration by improving the mechanical guidance of joints and reduction of pain. This method is already successfully beeing used worldwide at medical and paramedical treatments.
Faster Back in Motion
Injuries, chronic disorders and inflammatory reactions create elevation of pressure in the tissue and pain with reflecting adjustments in fascia and muscles. This causes the processes in both muscles and joints to slow down, which leads to loss of function. With the EasyTesting® techniques, one tests which technique to use and in what direction the tape must be applied. Istantly after taping one experiences reduction of pain and more ability to move . Goal is to improve the arthrogenous guidance and stability, causing the user to be more able to exercise an train.
How does it work?
EasyTape® is being taped in directions around the problem-zone a skin shift feels the most pleasant: this reduces the complaint.
- The skin is being stretched with an even hand (this is called a `test`)
- The complaint can be pain, but also weakness, limitation of movement, itch, pressure, etc.
Put in simple terms, the skin is being moved with the help of EasyTape® over the painful area or the affected joint. Note the direction which is perceived by patients as most pleasant and apply the tape in this direction. Then you test whether the previous painful movement (eg. walking, squatting) may be possible alleviated.
When in pain, the body uses natural compensatory mechanisms in order to still stay active. This is necessary for the healing process. In the corresponding compensation direction the muscles remain mobile and the skin continues to be elastic. With the external help of EasyTape® you make use of that very direction so the body can compensate and the healing process proceeds successfully.