Taping the Arm
Taping the forearm can help support and protect your tendons, ligaments and muscles. If you have Extensor Tendonitis, a tissue tear or even just a minor strain, taping your forearm can prevent re-injury and provide compression.
This is very important during physical activity, whether it’s playing basketball, lifting weights or a job where you constantly use your forearms. Overuse can often lead to stress and pain. In some cases, injury can occur. When you wear tape, you can feel assured that your tissue is being supported from the outside.
It reduces the movement of your skin and tissue, making it more rigid, which does an amazing job of preventing further strain. These step-by-step instructions are exactly what you need to tape your forearm and find relief.