Kinesiology taping reduces pain of finger osteoarthritis

Wade R.G., Paxman C.B., Tucker, N.C., Southern S. Journal of Pain Research
July 04, 2018
Written by Wade R.G., Paxman C.B., Tucker, N.C., Southern S. Journal of Pain Research
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common arthropathy of the hand, and current treatments carry risks of adverse events.

Supportive (kinesiology) tape may be analgesic and provide functional improvement, with a low risk of adverse outcomes. We experimented with supportive tape for OA of the proximal interphalangeal joint (PIPJ) of the finger in this pilot randomized trial. | READ MORE

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