Kinesio Taping: enhancing chiropractic adjustments for

professional athletes and patients


One of the methods used for enhancing your recovery at our Paramus Chiropractic and Holistic

Wellness Center is a technique called Kinesio Taping. Dr. Roger Sahoury is a Paramus

Chiropractor that is always advancing his methods so he can help athletes perform there best.


Olympian Kerry Walsh wearing Kinesio Tape, now available at our Paramus Chiropractic and

Holistic Wellness Center..

Olympian Kerry Walsh shown wearing Kinesio Tape on her right shoulder. Kinesio Tape is a self

adhesive, elastic tape that can be used in a variety of beneficial ways. When applied correctly,

the tape can help with pain and swelling. It can be used to strengthen weak muscles or give ones

that are working too hard a rest. I use Kinesio Taping for my patients to help them hold

their adjustments longer and enhance the healing effect of care. Kinesio Taping was first

developed in the early 1970s by a Japanese chiropractor named Dr. Kenzo Kase. It came to the

states in the 1990s. Professional athletes of every type can be spotted wearing the colorful tape

on their shoulders, knees or arms but you may have first noticed it on US volleyball player

Kerry Walsh during the 2008 Olympics when she won the gold medal. She wore it on her

shoulder and the news media went nuts trying to figure out why. Elite athletes arent the only

ones benefiting from this method. People around the world in all walks of life are using Kinesio

Taping to help them recover from injuries faster and with less pain.