Show simple item record Martynova, N. 2020-10-19T06:39:54Z 2020-10-19T06:39:54Z 2020
dc.description Martynova N. The use of Kinesio Tape in Sports Practice / N. Martynova // Вісник Луганського національного університету імені Тараса Шевченка: Педагогічні науки. - 2020. - №1 (332). - С.131-139. uk_UA
dc.description.abstract The effectiveness of the use of Kinesio Tape method in the practice of sports medicine are discussed in the article. This method consists in applying a specific elastic adhesive tape to the skin, stimulating it to create conditions for the return of injured tissue to homeostasis by stimulating various systems in the body. It significantly increases its popularity among sports professionals. This technique was proposed by the Japanese specialist Ken-zo Kasse in 1973. This unique method received its widespread introduction into sports medicine practice and international recognition after the Olympic Games in 1988 in Seoul. It turned out that over the past two decades, several research projects have studied the effect of Kineso Taping on a huge number of musculoskeletal functions. The main feature of kinesiotaping is therapy, aimed at increasing movement, correctly applied kinesio tape application does not hinder movement, and in some cases even increases their performance. The structure of the patch allows you to use it for several days, not only in dry conditions, but also in water. Studies have shown that the physiological effects of kinesio tape are reduction of pain and interstitial pressure, muscle maintenance; elimination of congestion; correction of biomechanics. In sports medicine, kinesiotherapy is used both as an independent method and in complex treatment in the following cases: prevention of sports injuries, post-traumatic pain syndromes of the joints of the upper and lower extremities, soft tissue injuries of the trunk, upper and lower extremities, sprain of the joints of the upper and lower extremities. It is believed that properly applied kinesiotherapy application does not restrict the athlete's movement. Some experts suggest that, in addition to the amazing popularity of kinesiotherapy, it does not have a beneficial effect on the clinical conditions of injured patients. The use of kinesiotherapy to reduce pain or enhance the feeling of joint position in patellofemoral pain syndrome is not an effective treatment compared to placebo-kinesiotherapy. It is concluded that the results of studies on the effectiveness of using the kinesiotaping method are ambiguous. However, the kinesio tape technique is widely used in sports medicine. Athletes recognize its beneficial effects, contributing to its popularity. Using this method wisely together with other methods of treatment, guarantee the best results for use in sports practice. uk_UA
dc.language.iso other uk_UA
dc.publisher ДЗ "Луганський національний університет" імені Тараса Шевченка uk_UA
dc.relation.ispartofseries педагогічні науки;
dc.subject Kinesio Taping uk_UA
dc.subject sports injury uk_UA
dc.subject rehabilitation uk_UA
dc.subject injury prevention uk_UA
dc.title The use of Kinesio Tape in Sports Practice uk_UA
dc.type Article uk_UA

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