The Center for Neuromuscular and Massage Rehabilitation is a top provider of physical therapy, chiropractic, and massage therapy services in downtown Washington DC.

We are prepared to handle a wide variety of clients- from athletes with serious injuries, to chronic pain and fibromyalgia, to those with longstanding alignment issues. At CNMR, we treat people one-on-one, and offer a sincere, personal, and directed approach at healing your body.

KINESIO TAPING

In order to facilitate your rehabilitation, ask your therapist whether Kinesio Tape is appropriate for your condition!

Call us at 202-257-1363 to set up an appointment

​The unique properties of Kinesio Tape mimic the dermal layer of your skin, it can up to 60% beyond its resting length, and is water resistant to withstand moist environments. This allows for Kinesio Tape to be worn up to 24 hours a day for 3 to 5 continuous days. Taping may be applied during any phase of injury, as it can be clinically utilized to reduce inflammation and help advance all phases of your rehabilitation program.

Kinesio Tape is commonly used for the

following conditions:


  • Neck Pain/Stiffness 
  • Low Back Pain
  • Shoulder Instability
  • Rotator Cuff Injury
  • Muscle Strains
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Knee Pain
  • Pre/Post Surgical Edema
  • Postural/Ergonomic Syndrome


With Kinesio Tape you can expect:

  • Improved circulation and lymphatic drainage
  • Pain relief
  • Correct muscle function
  • Improved joint mobility
  • Athletic injury prevention

What is Kinesio Taping? 

Often, through injury, the body is incapable of placing itself in the best position for healing. Kinesio Taping is a supportive treatment method which uses external adhesive strapping to help hold the patient’s muscles and joints in a more optimal posture. This results in improved circulation through an injured area, better control over muscle contractions, reduced pain, and ultimately faster healing. The application and utilization of Kinesio Tape is based on the results of a thorough physical therapy evaluation. This then determines the direction and cut of the tape, as well as the appropriate amount of tension required