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How The Soccer Pros Use RockTape ⚽️

How The Soccer Pros Use RockTape ⚽️

Soccer is the most widely played sport in the world. As of 2015, in the United States alone, there were an estimated 15 million soccer players ranging from youths to professionals. Even though soccer is considered to be a “non-contact” sport, plenty of injuries can happen and can really take away from your enjoyment of the sport. read more…

Introducing AMP, a Turnkey Medical Retailing Program

Introducing AMP, a Turnkey Medical Retailing Program

RockTape, a leader in sports medicine products and education, is proud to announce RockTape AMP, a new turnkey retailing program for medical professionals. Designed for chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists, and other movement professionals, RockTape’s AMP program offers additional discounts and margins while simultaneously providing training and tools to attract new patients.

AMP is comprised of a set of marketing tools that assist medical professionals in retailing RockTape kinesiology tape and RockSauce pain relieving topicals; selling these products to patients and clients provides a robust new revenue stream. The physical products are coupled with increased online marketing exposure through RockTape’s locator tool, driving new customers to AMP-participating offices. read more…

Meet a RockTape Instructor: Biomechanical Detective Adam Wolf PT, LMT, FAFS

Meet a RockTape Instructor: Biomechanical Detective Adam Wolf PT, LMT, FAFS

Why did you get into physical therapy?

I half joke I wanted to wear gym shoes, sweat pants, and not shave every day. It’s only a half joke. I graduated from college with a degree in Exercise Science, and ended up working for a large health club, in their corporate offices in Chicago. This took me to Washington DC, where I eventually did meeting and event planning at the second largest government owned building in the nation (the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center). It was a good experience and also an experience that made me realize I didn’t want to do what I was doing.   read more…

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