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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo - KT TAPE® and USA Wrestling today announced KT TAPE as the official kinesiology tape for USA Wrestling and the U.S National Team. The partnership extends through 2020.
Designed for muscle, ligament, and tendon pain relief, and support, KT TAPE products will be available to USA Wrestlings National Team Athletes, with the product also available to participants at select USA Wrestling national events.
LOS ANGELES USA Track & Field on Friday welcomed KT Tape, the leading producer of kinesiology tape and related sports medicine products in the retail market, to the USATF partnership family as the Official Tape Sponsor of USATF. The partnership, which extends through 2020, will provide product for use by USATF athletes during training and in competition in addition to extending discounts to USATF members.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. KT Tape® and the United States Olympic Committee today announced KT Tape as the official kinesiology tape licensee of Team USA. KT Tape will help support the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic teams through the Rio 2016 and PyeongChang 2018 Games.
Designed for muscle, ligament and tendon pain relief, and support, KT Tape will be available to Team USA athletes at all U.S. Olympic Training Centers.
Photo Credit: Taylor Phinney, 2015
Banner Image Photo Credit: Casey Gibson, 2015
-- Dr. T
Dr. Narson is a 2-term past president of the Florida Chiropractic Associations Council on Sports Injuries, Physical Fitness & Rehabilitation and was honored as the recipient of the coveted Chiropractic Sports Physician of the Year Award in 1999-2000. He practices in Miami Beach, Florida at the Miami Beach Family & Sports Chiropractic Center; A Facility for Natural Sports Medicine.
This application differs from other plantar fasciitis applications in that it:
1. Has a toe anchor which helps it stay on longer on a sweaty foot.
2. The second strip acts as arch support, 3. The third strips helps pull the calf muscle back down to relieve pressure on the Achilles tendon.
Disclaimer: Not Clinically Proven