Special Media Retrospective 2010

Advance Healing - Special Media Retrospective 2010 Table of Contents What’s Inside

Editor’s Note
Kinesio In the Press
2. Working the Kinesio Tape Therapy Magic on Equine Athletes (July 2010)
3. Kinesio Taping is not your Normal Stick-on Solution (Nov. 2005)
5. Putting on the Strips to Ease Pain (April 2010)
6. Top European Team Medic Relies on Kinesio Tape (July 2007)
7. Beckham has it Taped for Fitness (June 2007)
8. ESPN Looks at the Tape (Nov. 2009)
10. Dew Tour Athletes Tape it Up
11. Schweinsteiger and Company Swear by the Blue Tape (June 2010)
13. Tale of the Tape (Oct. 2009)
18. Meb Puts Fifth-Place Finish into Perspective (April 2010)
19. Kinesio has it Taped (May 2010)
20. Fox Gets the Word on Kinesio en Español (Summer 2010)
21. Tennis World Can’t Stop Talking About Kinesio (Aug. 2010)
22. What is that on Podolski’s Calf? (March 2009)
23. Tape Yourself: Five Applications for Runners (Feb. 2009)
26. Further Reading
27. Kinesio Tape Working Wonders for Celtics (Oct. 2009)
28. Who is Dr. Kenzo Kase
29. Kase’s Corner

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