Impact of Kinesiology Taping on Handgrip Strength following Dorsal Hand Burn
By International Journal of Therapies and Rehabilitation Research | 01 April 2017
Type:Experimental
Sample Size:84
Outcome:Positive


Objective

the purpose of the current study was to investigate the role of Kinesio- taping technique in handgrip strength among patients developing scar after dorsal hand burn.

Methods

Eighty-four participants were divided in a random way into two groups of equal number. The experimental group (KT) received Kinesio-Taping in addition to traditional treatment (positioning, splinting, and stretching exercises) while the control group (C) received only traditional treatment. Maximal handgrip strength was estimated at the initial time of the study, after 2 weeks, and after 4 weeks for all participants.

Results

The results revealed that there were significant differences between both groups after 2wks and after 4wk as p

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