Keniso taping is a rehabilitation technique that helps the body's natural healing method. This taping technique provides support and stability to musculture and joints, but does not restrict the body's full range of motion. Keniso taping forms convolutions in the skin which lifts the skin and increases the interstitial space and thus creates a lymphatic drainage pump. This pump reduces pain and inflammation. Taping helps to prolonged the effects of soft tissue manipulation therapy upon leaving the clinic. Taping may be used on clients ranging from pediatric to geriatric. Keniso tapping treats othopedic, neuromuscular, neurological, postural correction, ligament and tendon injuries, Carpal tunnel syndrome, back instabilities, headaches, shoulder issues, and several other medical conditions.