Tetra Medical




Tetra Médical offers you a new range of kinesiology tapes, intended for amateur and professional athletes.

TETRATAPE kinesiology tapes are pre-cut adhesive elastic strips intended to prevent injuries, support joints, and improve muscle function during sports. These are strapped differently according to the area under treatment.


They are available in various plain colours (blue, black, pink, beige, etc.) and personalised patterns (camouflage, zebra, etc.) all with the same strength and resistance properties.


A box contains 20, 25×5 cm adhesive strips.


What is kinesiology?

It is a discipline that specialises in the prevention, treatment, and performance of the musculoskeletal system. Kinesiology tapes are an adhesive elastic tape that have properties similar to those of the skin (weight, thickness, elasticity) allowing the muscle to be dynamically supported and accompanying movement without limiting joint mobility. Anyone practicing a physical activity can use kinesiology tapes.

Why choose Tetratape kinesiology strips?

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Easy to use thanks to their pre-cut format
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Adhere on the skin for up to 5 days

Precautions for use

Apply to clean, dry, non-oily skin at least 30 minutes before exercise. Do not use on wounds or on problem skin. Gently remove the strip immediately after use. If itching, skin irritation, or pain occurs, stop using the product immediately.

Instructions for use

Clean and dry the skin. Make sure the skin has not been treated with oily creams or lotions. Identify the uncomfortable area by moving the joints or muscles. Detach a Tetratape strip. Gently place the tape on naturally relaxed skin, removing some of the paper to stick the tape on and then peeling off the rest. Do not apply in a circular fashion to avoid a tourniquet effect. Carefully smooth the strips during application to avoid the formation of creases.


Application areas

Neck, shoulders, wrists, elbows, back, knees, calves, ankles, etc.

If in doubt, seek the advice of your physiotherapist.


① Tilt the head back exposing the neck
② Place a strip as the base of a Y between the collarbones.
③ Tape the strips up either side of the neck up to just under the jawbone


Step 2

① Turn the neck in the direction opposite to the pain.
② Place a strip between the collarbones and diagonally tape upwards, finishing behind the earlobe.


Step 2

① Apply another strip behind the first one but this time taping straight up rather than diagonally.
② Make sure that the strips overlap behind the ear.

Step 1

① Tilt the head forward and tuck in the chin to stretch the back of the neck.
② Apply a strip on one side of the spine.


Step 2

① Apply another strip on the other side of the spine about an inch apart from the first strip.

Step 1

① Extend the arm forward.
② Place a strip over the lower deltoid and tape along the back of the shoulder.


Step 2

① Extend the arm down.
② Place another strip over the lower deltoid, overlapping the first strip.
③ Stick the strip on the front of the shoulder.

Step 1

① Stretch the neck in the direction opposite to the pain.
② Place a strip on the top part of the neck and tape down to the top of the shoulder.


Step 2

① Repeat on the opposite side, stretching the neck in the opposite direction.


Step 3

① After applying the strips, rub them firmly to secure them.



① Bend the arm and place it behind the head.
② Place a strip as the base of a Y at the back of the elbow.
③ Tape the two strips towards the armpit overlapping the ends.


Step 1

① Elbow at 90 degrees.
② Apply a strip along the outside of the arm.
③ Tape from the middle of the forearm down towards the triceps.


Step 2

① Repeat on the opposite side.

Step 1

① Lean back to stretch your abdomen.
② Apply a strip along the pain line.


Step 2

① Apply a second strip, slightly overlapping the first, along the pain line.


Step 1

① Bend slightly forward from the waist.
② Position a strip at the bottom of the back, next to the spine, and tape upwards, parallel to the spine.


Step 2

① Apply a second strip on the opposite side of the spine.


Step 3

① Apply a third full strip over the two strips along the pain line.


Step 1

① Bend the knee approximately 90 degrees.
② Place a strip on the medial side of the knee and tape upwards around the lateral side of the knee.


Step 2

① Apply a second strip on the opposite side of the knee, taping it from the lateral side around the medial side.


Step 3

① Apply a third strip under the kneecap, overlapping the first two strips.

Step 1

① Bend the ankle forward by lifting the heel.
② Tape a strip in a Y on the heel.
③ Tape the strips upwards along the left and right sides of the calf.


Step 2

① For an improved effect, vertically apply a second strip between the first two strips.


Step 1

① Place a strip just above the back of the knee and tape along the thigh to the back of the hip.


Step 2

① Repeat step 1 on the other side of the thigh.
② Overlap the ends at the bottom of the thigh.

Step 3

① For better support, place a third strip over the first two strips at the bottom of the thigh

Step 1

① Centre half a strip horizontally on the tip of the foot and roll it up.

Step 2 ① Point toes up and tape from toe to back of heel.