Kippa-ring physiotherapy is a form of deep tissue massage that can improve the function and quality of life of those suffering from chronic pain. This type of physiotherapy involves using kinesiology tape, or k-tape, to apply pressure on specific points to stimulate blood flow and promote healing. K-tape is available at most pharmacies, but you will need a prescription if you are not 18 years old.
1) The kippa ring technique was developed by Dr. Paul Kiparsky in 1991 as part of his rehabilitation program for people with severe disabilities.
2) There are three primary goals associated with kippa-ring therapy: reducing pain, improving motion, and increasing function.
3) kippa-ring therapy is used to treat a wide range of conditions, such as muscle strain and back pain.
One k-tape application can provide relief for up to four days in some cases. However, k-tape should not be applied over skin that has any open wounds or sores.
Kippa-ring therapy is a valuable tool in the kiparsky’s rehabilitation program for people with severe disabilities. It helps to reduce pain, improve motion and increase function by targeting specific muscle groups. This article has covered kippa-ring physiotherapy in detail so it can be considered when looking into your options.