Neuromuscular Taping is a biomechanical treatment that exploits decompressive stimuli, and compressive in some situations, to obtain beneficial effects on musculoskeletal, vascular, lymphatic and neurological systems; each application has well-defined clinical and rehabilitative purposes.
NeuroMuscular Taping is a non-invasive and non-pharmacological method that, through the application of adhesive elastic tape with specific mechanical stimulation capable of creating space within tissue. This space promotes cell metabolism, activates the body’s natural healing mechanism and normalizes neuromuscular proprioception.
For these reasons, NeuroMuscular Taping, used to improve drainage and blood flow, has in the last few years achieved significant results in post-surgical orthopedic rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation of stroke patients, treatment of spinal trauma and other traumatic, lymphatic and neurodegenerative diseases.
The high level of results achieved places NeuroMuscular Taping in the treatment of scars, edemas and hematomas at the cutting edge of new therapeutic techniques.