What is it?
The Kinesio Taping Method is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while allowing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion. It is used to successfully treat a variety of orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological and medical conditions.*
What are the benefits?
- Re-educate the neuromuscular system
- Reduce pain
- Optimize performance
- Prevent injury
- Promote improved circulation and healing
*References - Kinesiotaping.com - Kinesio - The Original from Dr. Kenzo Kase Since 1979
We are pleased to announce that Kinesio Taping is Now Available at Jamison Chiropractic!
Dr. Mark Feeney has recently received his certification as a Chiropractic Sports Medicine Specialist and Chiropractic Sports Injury Specialist. Athletes of all ages are encouraged to seek treatment with Dr. Feeney for sports related injuries. He has achieved certification from the Kinesio Taping Association International and is currently assisting patients with the Kinesio Taping Method.
Dr. Kristen Doyle has extensive experience treating musculoskeletal problems, particularly in adolescents. She is highly skilled in trigger point therapy and her areas of interest include pediatric and geriatric adjustments. Dr. Doyle has also obtained her certificate in Kinesio Taping and is available to assist patients as well. Please call the office to schedule an appointment or to request more information on Kinesio Taping and how you may benefit.
Mark Feeney, DC, C.C.S.M.S.
•Pediatric Adjustor - Chiropractic Pediatric Association (2000)
•Physiologic Therapeutics - New York College of Chiropractic (1996)
•Certified Chiropractic Sports Medicine Specialist (2012)
•Chiropractic Sports Injury Specialist (2012)
•Exercise and Conditioning Strength Specialist Correspondence (2012)
•Certificate in Kinesio Taping (2013)
Kristen Doyle, DC
- Pediatric Adjustor - Chiropractic Pediatric Association (2000)
- Physiologic Therapeutics - New York College of Chiropractic (1996)
- Certificate in Kinesio Taping (2013)