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  1. How To Reduce Knee Joint Pain

    Your knees are one of the most important joints in your body. They support your weight and provide stability in many daily activities, from walking and crouching to turning. But you see, there are many ways to damage or injure your knee joint. From falling to chronic wear and tear, its complicated structure and lack of protection make it even...
  2. Reduction of Swelling & Bruising with Kinesiology Tape

    If you have watched any sports recently, you have probably seen brightly-coloured tape patterned across your favourite athletes. That is kinesiology tape: a therapeutic tape commonly used to provide muscle support, alignment and strength. It also helps with swelling reduction, healing and injury prevention. However, it is not reserved for high-performance athletes! If you are experiencing swelling or bruising, then...
  3. Different Gear We Have Available For Gamers to Stay at the Top of Their Game

    SpiderTech’s pre-cut, individually packaged athletic tape applications make it easy to peel and stick on to specific parts of the body to support and relieve pain in muscles, joints, and/or ligaments, as well as reduce swelling, increase mobility and enhance recovery.   Video gaming, which requires the repetitive movement of the hands and wrists, can cause inflammation of the tissues...
  4. How to Adjust Our Facemasks to Make Them Kid Friendly

    As many of you know by now, SpiderTech introduced the first and only strapless and anti-fog face mask in the market. They are especially useful for people who wear eyeglasses since you will experience no more foggy glasses or fumbling with ear loops or straps. There is also no cutting or filter application required. These come pre-cut with a shield...
  5. Two Ways to Tape the Wrist: Rigid tape vs. Kinesiology Tape

      Physiotherapists, chiropractors and sports trainers have utilized taping to prevent joint injuries, especially the ankle and wrist, for years. It is also essential for early injury management and rehabilitation. Though most commonly seen on athletes, taping can be especially beneficial to those at risk of wrist strain due to occupational-specific demands. Research has shown that taping can assist a...
  6. Knee Pain 101

    Knee Pain 101 By: Shannon Uppington NSCA-CPT, DOMP Snap! Crackle! Pop! No, I’m not talking about Rice Krispies, I’m talking about your knees. Unfortunately, these sounds are often associated with pain when it comes to the knees. Knee pain is on the rise. It’s actually one of the most common areas of pain/injury that I see in my Osteopathy practice...
  7. 5 Reasons that Autumn is the Perfect Time for Fitness

    Autumn is one of the best times to start or re-invigorate your fitness routine. Unlike New Year’s Resolutions, lifestyle changes starting in the fall can be easier to keep and maintain for longer. Here are our top 5 reasons that autumn is the perfect time to start or change your fitness routine: Continue reading →
  8. 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Pain Relief

    Many of us deal with pain every day, from wear and tear or repetitive strain or chronic conditions.  Here are some things you might not have known about the pain you feel: Continue reading →
  9. The SpiderTech Universal X Spider creates targeted relief of minor aches and pains

      Every person in the workforce experiences minor aches and pains on a daily basis. If you drive for a living, back pain will often bother you. Knee pain and hip pain are very common for people who work on their feet in restaurants, retail shops and medical facilities. Tradespeople often bear elbow pain, shoulder pain and back pain. Continue reading →
  10. SpiderTech can aid in the relief of computer-related arm pain, elbow pain and wrist pain

    If you are American and work in an office, there is a better-than-average likelihood that you spend at least four hours of your workday in front of a computer. This is considered to be heavy computer use. Heavy use of computers often leads to discomfort in the upper body: from pain in the hands and wrists, through soreness in the elbows and shoulders and into upper back and neck pain. Continue reading →

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