Specialty Taping

There are many different tapes and taping techniques that can help provide feedback and support to your body to be able to function normally.

Specialty Taping

There are many different tapes and taping techniques that can help provide feedback and support to your body to be able to function normally.

Our Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistants, and Athletic Trainers are well versed with many types of specialty taping. We use K tape or Kinesio tape, SpiderTech tape, McConnell tape, wet proof or Mulligan tape and regular athletic tape.

Tape can be used for support of an injury such as an ankle sprain, inhibiting a muscle, supporting a weak muscle like when we use K tape or Spider tape and structural or biomechanical support such as McConnell or Mulligan tape.

Tape can allow you to strengthen or return to sport a little quicker, reduce your pain, and enhance and support your Physical Therapy treatments.

Ask any of our Physical Therapist or Athletic Trainers how tape can help you.

Locations offered for Specialty Taping

Bellevue

12501 Bel-Red Road
Bellevue, WA 98005
ph: (425) 450-9801
fax: (425) 450-9778

Factoria

14100 SE 36 St
Factoria, WA 98006
ph: (425) 653-7100
fax: (425) 653-7109

Issaquah

1445 NW Mall Street
Issaquah, WA 98027
ph: (425) 391-9211
fax: (425) 391-9545

Lake City

3225 NE 125th St
Seattle, WA 98125
ph: (206) 417-1298
fax: (206) 417-1299

Renton

451 Duvall Ave NE
Renton, WA 98059
ph: (425) 235-9505
fax: (425) 226-7334

Sammamish Plateau/ Klahanie

4550 Klahanie Drive SE
Issaquah, WA 98029
ph: (425) 391-2427
fax: (425) 392-4098

Snoqualmie Ridge

7726 Center Blvd SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
ph: (425) 396-7778
fax: (425) 396-7097

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