Our latest edition of Mueller Wellness features 2 videos, in which Joel Luedke discusses some ways to use Mueller Kinesiology Tape to help with knee pain and also discusses patellar tracking.
Summer is in the air and running season is back! In our latest blog, we explore the causes and offer solutions to knee pain and other common runner's injuries. Throughout, you'll learn effective strategies for preventing injuries and how to apply kinesiology tape. Click on the blog to read more!
In the latest edition of the Mueller Sports Medicine Vlog Series, Megan shares some of her favorite Mueller products and discusses why those products are amazing for her!
Kinesiology tape takes tension away from the injury and redirects it to stronger surrounding tissue. By using this kinesiology tape, you can redistribute tension in muscles and ligaments. By layering and directing the tape over various target areas, you can relieve pain, enhance your form, or improve healing. Here, we'll discuss 7 ways that kinesiology tape assists with healing and athletic performance.
The use of kinesiology tape to treat injuries is often a vastly disputed and misunderstood topic of conversation in the sports medicine world. You've probably heard conflicting arguments and might be wondering what the truth is about kinesiology tape. Let's set the record straight and tackle 4 common myths about kinesiology tape.
If you have wrenched or damaged your knee, it may throb, ache, or send you sharp pain signals for days or weeks after the incident while healing. So today, we're here to help you not just with recovery tips, but a helpful guide on how to reduce knee pain while you recover.
Kinesiology tape can provide the additional layer of support and wellness to make your active sports more fun. If you're highly active and you've dealt with inflammation, joint pain, or even muscle weakness after a surgery, kt tape can help.
Top athletes around the world use Mueller kinesiology tape to help them get the most out of their bodies. It helps reduce pain while supporting your muscles, tendons, and ligaments.