What is Dermotaping?


Dermotaping is an innovative technique which has been gaining popularity in recent times with both spa and medical professionals. Spa professionals who have had additional training in Dermotaping can utilize this method for helping with skin related issues, including for clients who are going through cancer treatments. Dermotaping has proved to be beneficial for people currently undergoing cancer treatments, as well as those who are in remission. Spas offering treatments for people undergoing cancer treatments could benefit greatly from having staff members on hand who are trained in this specific technique.


How does Dermotaping work?


When used correctly, Dermotaping uses adhesive tapes to create a biomechanical effect on the skin that helps to facilitate in stimulating the lymphatic and vascular circulation of the body and skin. The purpose of Dermotaping is to increase oxygenation in the skin, which promotes activation of skin regeneration processes. It can also help to detoxify and drain the skin, which can assist in healing and skin regeneration. It can help with skin blemishes, wrinkles, stretch marks, excess adipose tissue, lack of elasticity, and aging skin.


How can it help cancer patients?


Because Dermotaping, when used 24/7, performs a continuous flow of lymph – the treatment delivers tangible results in a short time. Dermotaping helps to detoxify and drain the skin, which helps with skin regeneration and healing – two very important needs for those receiving cancer treatments.


Success with Dermotaping


Dermotaping has been used successfully in hospitals, clinics, and private practices, as well as spas all over the world. It is recognized as being an important recent development in rehabilitation medicine by the medical community. Dermotaping treatment was developed in 2003, and was derived from Neuromuscular Taping Concept – which is used to alleviate pain and swelling.

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