Pre-Cut and Ready to Apply
All SpiderTech kinesiology tape SPIDERS were engineered to optimize your protocol for patient treatment without the complexity and inconsistency of manual taping. SpiderTech products are reliable, easy to implement, effective tools for affecting the outcome of your patients conditions.
SpiderTech is a line of pre-engineered tape-based therapeutic supports developed to facilitate a functional medicine approach to pain modulation and myofascial dysfunction. Our re-invention of kinesiology tape methodologies, in the form of “pre-cut” applications, are designed for clinical use providing a standardization of tape treatment in a manner that increases treatment throughput.
Simpler - The pre-cut “Spiders” makes taping less of a guessing game
Faster - Spiders can be applied in seconds, no time wasted in cutting or planning
Consistent - No guessing on what you did last time. Patients get the same application each time with consistent results.
Design - Each Spider was developed “In Clinic” by leading experts in taping methodologies, so you benefit from their expertise.
Quality - All Spiders are created with the original Nitto Denko kinesiology tape that you started with and loved.
Savings - Not only do you benefit from the time savings, every Spider has a secure, die-cut backing which avoids the potential wasted tape caused by premature loss of the backing and sticky fingers.
Longevity - The unique backing on each Spider allows you to avoid the edge rolling often associated with tape applications, so Spiders stay in place longer.
SpiderTech Ready-to-Apply applications meet the needs of today’s rehabilitative and performance enhancing professionals by providing a coupled, synergistic influence on pain reduction, injury prevention and performance enhancement called 3P.
1. Pain reduction via neural mechanisms which result in the restoration of normal position sense and muscle activation patterns.
2. Prevention through re-establishing functional joint stability, enhancing the necessary natural healing mechanisms and through smooth controlled limitation of potentially harmful ranges of motion.
3. Performance enhancement indirectly through decreased repetitive strain trauma, decreased onset of muscular fatigue and the reduced occurrence of muscle cramping.