Try something new! Get moving in infinite ways!

Get moving in infinite ways! The human body is capable of moving in infinite ways. When we are children, we explore many of these movements and patterns, merely through playing and trying to figure out the environment around us. As we get older, however, we tend to...

Ultra-OCR Man, Evan Perperis, Goes Stronger Longer

Evan Perperis went from being a young child thinking he didn't have any athletic ability to being an active duty member of the US Military who excels in extreme Obstacle Course Racing in his free time. It's incredible what a confident mind and perseverance can do!...

Living An Active Lifestyle with Type 1 Diabetes: Ben Tzeel

I’ve been living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) for a long time.  Over 18 years to be exact.  However, I’ve refused to allow that to stop me from living an active lifestyle. I grew up playing multiple sports through high school, baseball through college, and I fell in...

The Double Life of RockTape Instructor Jen Dieter Hauser

Meet RockTape instructor and supermom, Jen Dieter Hauser. Read up on how she balances being a full time mom, physical therapist, RockTape instructor, and 4 time CrossFit Games athlete. She is currently training, as she will be competing in Madison come August. We gave...

11 Awkward Moments Every Chiropractor Will Understand

Being a doctor of chiropractic is great fun, but sometimes things get a little… awkward. Here are 11 really awkward moments (in no particular order because they all stink) every D.C. knows pretty well: 1. Running into a patient on the street and you draw a blank on...

Treating Popular Diving Injuries with RockTape

Competitive divers are equal part acrobat, physicist, and daredevil. Unfortunately, this combination creates a variety of injuries - similar to common gymnastics and contact sports injuries. Boards, platforms, and pool decks are all culprits of injuries such as...

Treating Osgood-Schlatter’s: Keep Your Kids In The Game With RockTape

Brooke Cullen is an 11 year-old diver from the UK with Osgood-Schlatter Disease, a common condition our RockDocs see often among athletic children between the ages of 10 and 14 years old. Knee pain and swelling around the kneecap are the main indicators. Since the...

DJs Rocking Kinesiology Tape

For performers, the show must go on - even when you're hurting. From Cirque du Soleil to pro wrestling, their job requires a functioning body. And a DJ needs their hands like a waitress needs her feet. Meet Lauren Flax. Lauren Flax is a DJ, songwriter, and record...

To Brace, or NOT to Brace? Overcoming Dysfunction with Kinesiology Tape vs. Prescribing Orthotics

We have heard many questions pondered by physicians and healthcare professionals alike. When it comes to the foot there seems to be one that is always on everyone's mind: To brace the foot, or to not brace the foot? The use of custom foot orthotics has been, and...

Dear RockTape, Thank you for helping me live with my Ehlers-Dalos Syndrome.

My name is Jenn. I'm 36, have three children under ten and work as an RN. I have Ehlers-Dalos Syndrome (EDS) and have had a lifetime of pain and disability as a result. I discovered kinesiology taping around a year ago when I sought treatment for cervical spine...

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Try something new! Get moving in infinite ways!

Try something new! Get moving in infinite ways!

Get moving in infinite ways! The human body is capable of moving in infinite ways. When we are children, we explore many of these movements and patterns, merely through playing and trying to figure out the environment around us. As we get older, however, we tend to...

read more
Ultra-OCR Man, Evan Perperis, Goes Stronger Longer

Ultra-OCR Man, Evan Perperis, Goes Stronger Longer

Evan Perperis went from being a young child thinking he didn't have any athletic ability to being an active duty member of the US Military who excels in extreme Obstacle Course Racing in his free time. It's incredible what a confident mind and perseverance can do!...

read more
Living An Active Lifestyle with Type 1 Diabetes: Ben Tzeel

Living An Active Lifestyle with Type 1 Diabetes: Ben Tzeel

I’ve been living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) for a long time.  Over 18 years to be exact.  However, I’ve refused to allow that to stop me from living an active lifestyle. I grew up playing multiple sports through high school, baseball through college, and I fell in...

read more
The Double Life of RockTape Instructor Jen Dieter Hauser

The Double Life of RockTape Instructor Jen Dieter Hauser

Meet RockTape instructor and supermom, Jen Dieter Hauser. Read up on how she balances being a full time mom, physical therapist, RockTape instructor, and 4 time CrossFit Games athlete. She is currently training, as she will be competing in Madison come August. We gave...

read more
11 Awkward Moments Every Chiropractor Will Understand

11 Awkward Moments Every Chiropractor Will Understand

Being a doctor of chiropractic is great fun, but sometimes things get a little… awkward. Here are 11 really awkward moments (in no particular order because they all stink) every D.C. knows pretty well: 1. Running into a patient on the street and you draw a blank on...

read more
Treating Popular Diving Injuries with RockTape

Treating Popular Diving Injuries with RockTape

Competitive divers are equal part acrobat, physicist, and daredevil. Unfortunately, this combination creates a variety of injuries - similar to common gymnastics and contact sports injuries. Boards, platforms, and pool decks are all culprits of injuries such as...

read more
DJs Rocking Kinesiology Tape

DJs Rocking Kinesiology Tape

For performers, the show must go on - even when you're hurting. From Cirque du Soleil to pro wrestling, their job requires a functioning body. And a DJ needs their hands like a waitress needs her feet. Meet Lauren Flax. Lauren Flax is a DJ, songwriter, and record...

read more

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