Canine Rehab? Think Kinesio!
The Kinesio Taping® method can be used for canine rehabilitation, postural changes, musculoskeletal issues, and with complementary therapies. Kinesio canine taping is a natural method that assists in the rehabilitation of a dog in any phase; its main goal is to help the body back to homeostasis.
Dr. Kenzo Kase developed the Kinesio Taping® Method for his patients and now he has designed applications specifically for canine issues.
This taping method gently lifts the layer of skin, attached hair follicles and tissue covering the muscle so that blood and other fluids can move more freely in and around that muscle.
Kinesio Canine Tape is designed specifically for dogs and is recommended for use with Kinesio canine applications.
Dr. Kenzo Kase, the inventor of Kinesio Tex Tape, brings you Kinesio Canine™! Elastic Therapeutic Tape created specifically for the unique needs of your dog. The Follicular Stimuli pattern works with a dog’s hair follicles to stimulate the deeper tissue layers, creating more space to help lymphatic fluids to flow more freely which can aid in healing and reduce swelling. Kinesio Canine is a cost effective way to provide comfort and support to a dog while evaluating further medical treatments with your Canine Rehabilitation Therapist or Veterinarian. A great tool for older pets as preventative treatment. Canine Tape is made of lightweight, breathable material with specialized adhesive made specifically for a dog’s hair.
How to Identify that you have Authentic Tape
The packaging will always have the Kinesio logo and “The original Kinesio Tape”. All authentic Kinesio Tapes have their own specific backing paper that always says KINESIO.
Introducing Our NEW Book: Kinesio Taping® Canine for Dog Lovers
Our new book, discusses what to look for and describes symptoms to help a dog owner quickly discover the best Certified Kinesio Taping™ application to use. Included are clearly written, step by step directions and detailed illustrations to help dog owners easily apply Kinesio Taping® canine applications to the target areas.
Always consider the history or circumstances surrounding the appearance of pain or injury. Always talk with your veterinarian and discuss your dog’s health and needs.