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Kinesio Research - Case Studies

This page lists published research papers found in medical journals that meet the criteria of being a case study, group study, comparative, and/or meta analysis. A link to the full text of each paper is provided.

A summary column is provided indicating whether the paper provides a positive or negative outcome. Papers that reasonable outline a clinical benefit for Kinesio tape are marked tick, while those that don't have a cross mark.

EF=experimental design. B=blinded. C=Case Study. CR=Comparative Research. R=randomised. PC=placebo-controlled. SYR=Systematic Review. TS=Time Series. CT=crossover trial. MA=meta-analysis.

Does Kinesiotaping improve pain and functionality in patients with newly diagnosed lateral epicondylitis?
Does Kinesiotaping improve pain and functionality in patients with newly diagnosed lateral epicondylitis? | 24 August 2017
SR
45
Comparing the Effectiveness of Connective Tissue Mobilisation and Kinesio-taping on Females with Primary Dysmenorrhea
Comparing the Effectiveness of Connective Tissue Mobilisation and Kinesio-taping on Females with Primary Dysmenorrhea | 18 July 2017
R
20
Effects of kinesio taping to the quadriceps femoris muscles on functions of elderly women
Effects of kinesio taping to the quadriceps femoris muscles on functions of elderly women | 15 July 2017
R
22
 
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