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Kinesio Tex Tape is a latex-free hypoallergenic cotton fiber tape that is used in conjunction with the Kinesio Taping Method to move lymph fluids, change muscle tone, improve posture, and correct movement patterns. Kinesio Tape is used with many conditions, from TMJ to turf toe.

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