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Kinesio Taping

Dr. Anna Yatsenko is a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner, (C.K.T.P), the only one in a 30-40 mile radius of Victorville and the High Desert

Kinesio tape is applied over and around muscles to reduce pain and inflammation and to relax and support muscles and ligaments in movement. The Kinesio Taping is a technique that relies on the body's own natural healing processes by exhibiting the activation of the neurological and circulatory systems. Kinesio Taping gives support and stability to your muscles and joints without affecting circulation and/or range of motion. It also used for preventive maintenance, edema, and treating pain. It is applied over the muscles to reduce pain and inflammation. Kinesio Taping uses a range from treating bad posture to foot problems. 

Examples include but not limited to:

  • Posture facilitation
  • Muscular facilitation/inhibition
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Lower back sprain strain
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Tennis elbow
  • Plantar fascitis
  • Athletic preventative injury

The four major effects of kinesio taping are:

  1. Correct muscle function
  2. Improve Circulation
  3. Pain relief
  4. Re-position of a subluxated joint

Kinesio Taping

In addition to the techniques listed, Dr. Yatsenko uses a variety of different techniques depending on each individual's preference and/or condition.

  • Activator technique
  • Drop table technique
  • Diversified technique
  • Sacral-occipital technique
  • Arthrostim technique
  • Vibracussor technique

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