• Ankle Taping – How do you Tape an Ankle?

    Ankle Taping is just one of many body parts that can be secured for prevention and treatment of sports injuries. There’s a vast array of different techniques used not just for each body part, but for each area of injury themselves, depending on the condition. We must point out, this is no alternative to visiting … Read more

    How to do Tape Jobs with Kinesiology Tape – A Simple Guide

    Kinesiology Tape Jobs Have you ever wondered how an athlete actually tapes themselves up for competition? Those tape jobs with pieces of Kinesiology Tape elaborately shaped to help with certain injuies are often hard to work out. That’s why we’re going to show you how to tape some of the simplest parts of your body … Read more

    How do you use Kinesiology Tape? – The Basics

    You’ve heard of Kinesiology Tape, or K Tape as it’s commonly known, but how exactly do you use it? Let us run you through the basics. Before we start, here’s a few terms to be aware of: Anchor – The correct terminology for the end of the tape, usually the last two or three inches. … Read more

    Top 5 Most Common Rugby Injuries

    It only takes a few seconds of watching rugby before you realise why there might be injuries involved. The sheer velocity at which some players travel across the pitch and collide with each other means that problems are inevitable and unavoidable. Rugby injuries occur more frequently during matches than during training. Due to the frequent … Read more

    PhysioRoom’s Top 5 Fitness Items for the New Year | PhysioRoom.com

    Ah the January fitness rush. Gyms across the nation become packed from wall to wall with patrons trying to shed the post-Christmas jiggles. Every step on the treadmill, every pump of the iron is mentally ticking off each chocolate, crisp and sweet they consumed over the holidays. For those in that position, and for those … Read more

    Introduction to Kinesiology Tape | PhysioRoom.com Blog

    What is Kinesiology Tape? Kinesiology tape was developed by Japanese chiropractor and acupuncturist Dr. Kenzo Kase in 1979. Motivated by the fact that standard taping and strapping methods often seemed to hinder rather than help the healing process, Kase wanted to improve circulation within an injured muscle by creating a tape which mimicked the effects … Read more

    PhysioRoom and Great British Ice Hockey

    As always here at PhysioRoom we’re extremely enthusiastic about and committed to supporting our sports teams in any way we can. That’s why when Great British Ice Hockey got in touch, we were extremely excited about the prospect of some of our products lending a helping hand to our men and women’s continued success as … Read more

    Five Everyday Injuries and How to Overcome Them

    As part of mediֳ 20% off sale on PhysioRoom.com, we looked at five common injuries which can be sustained during everyday activities, with advice on how to recover from them and products which can help your rehabilitation process. Sprained Ankle Even if youֶe never experienced any of the other injuries in this article, itֳ likely … Read more