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Tiger K Tape is the professional therapists’ choice of Kinesiology tape. Trusted by elite sports teams to help players recover from muscular and ligament injury, as well as easing tension, pain and discomfort.
When niggles strike and you need offer your athletes light protection Tiger K feels right. It offers just enough support while being totally comfortable, so they move freely and focus on their performance.
Tiger K Tape is a rehabilitation tape designed to enhance the body’s natural healing process whilst offering muscle and joint support and stability.
It works by microscopically lifting the skin away from the affected area below to help alleviate pain, improve blood circulation and facilitate lymphatic drainage. It is suitable for the whole family and can be used to treat a range of sports and non-sports injuries.
It was used by Olympic venues at the London 2012 Games and can be seen worn by professional sports teams including Harlequins RFC, England Netball, Norwich City FC and Surrey CCC.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or a first-time taper, Tiger K can be used to suit a variety of needs, such as:
Available in single rolls or multiples.
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An example of a kinesiology taping technique to help offload a calf strain using Tiger K Tape, from Physio, Jade Blake.
I have tried different tapes and finally I have found the best one. I am really pleased with the tiger tape - amazing product, clients are happy as it sticks well 1-2 weeks. I apply the Sports Cologne before though, for a better "stick". Happy customer. Aggie
Aggie Lee Therapy
12 December 2014
Have tried the more expensive, pre cut brands and they aren't nearly as good as Tiger K. Stays well and truly stuck for almost a week and was recommended by a physiotherapist.
31 March 2014