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How to TAPE a KNEE for sport - Medial Collateral Ligament Injury

Updated: Jun 9, 2023

Follow the steps of how to tape a knee for sport.

In this video Tim Delvins demonstrates a simple Medial Collateral Ligament Taping technique. This technique can be used for injury prevention or returning to training/sport post MCL injury

Watch Tim as he tapes a knee step by step. He provides tips and advice from his years of experience dealing with knee sports injuries, helping to get people back to doing what they love quicker.

Sports Physio’s have extra training in dealing with Sports Injury diagnosis and treatment. Choosing to see a Sports Physio will likely fast track your return to sport with confidence and get your body stronger than ever before.

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Tim Delvins

Body Fit Physiotherapy

Sports Physiotherapist

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