Taping the Knee
- Taping Inner Knee Strains -- Extra Support and Protection for Your Inner Knee
- Full Knee Support Tape Applications -- Two Full Knee Support Taping Options
- Taping the IT Band -- Instructions on How to Tape the IT Band at the Knee
- Jumper’s Knee Taping Applications -- The Best Ways to Tape Your Knee for Patellar Tendonitis
- Taping Applications for Outer Knee Injuries -- Kinesiology Taping Instructions for the Outer Knee
- Taping the Back of the Knee -- Two Taping Applications for Injuries & Conditions in the Back of the Knee
- Osgood-Schlatter Taping Applications -- How to Tape Your Child's Knee for Osgood-Schlatter
- Taping the Popliteus Muscle -- Kinesiology Taping Applications for the Popliteus Muscle
Meniscus Tears, Knee Ligament Tears (ACL, LCL, MCL) and IT Band Syndrome are just some of the common knee injuries and conditions that athletes face. While there are many treatment options out there, one of the easiest things you can do is to tape your knee.
Before you go for a run or play a game of football, tape your knee up to prevent strain and aggravation of the soft tissue. If you are already injured, taping can help to prevent further damage.
There are a variety of taping applications below that provide your muscles, tendons and ligaments with the additional support and protection they need.