CrossLinq®

crosstape-3-variantenFysioTape B.V. is the exclusive producer of the CrossLinq® quality product that is produced in our own factory in South Korea. Because we control the production process, we can guarantee a high quality of CrossLinq. CrossLinqs are not elastic, fibrous fine grid-like band-aids and available in three sizes. Besides the familiar medium size the CrossLinqs are now available in small and large. The CrossLinqs are part of the Medical Taping Concept and widely applicable. The CrossLinqs can be combined with a treatment with CureTape.

CrossLinq is the new brand Crosstape

The brand Crosstape has been changed to the new brand CrossLinq®. A new name, a new look but the same familiar quality Crosstape.

What is Cross Taping?

Cross Taping is from Asia, skin-friendly therapy method with Grid band-aids that are used for treating, inter alia, trigger points, pain points, acupuncture points and for affecting the energy pathways in the body (meridians). The purpose of the treatment, as with all energetic treatment techniques (such as acupuncture and acupressure), to let the energy flow again undisturbed and thereby activate the self-healing ability of the body. In most cases, is already briefly experienced an improvement in the mobility and a marked reduction in pain after the sticking of the CrossLinqs.

Properties of CrossLinq®

  • synthetic non-elastic material is provided with an acrylic adhesive layer • High-quality product, without adding drugs • Skin friendly and latex free • Beige color • Waterproof (showering and bathing no problem) • Can remain for several days • Available in three sizes: small – medium – large

Operation of CrossLinq®

Injuries, pain points and trigger points disruptive in the body and cause tissue stress causing potential disparities in skin areas. These areas are “charged energy” strong. When collecting the CrossLinq of the release paper the CrossLinq is electrostatically charged. The therapist then stroking the CrossLinq slowly over the affected skin area and where a potential difference is present, the CrossLinq drawn automatically to. At this point stuck the rasterpleistertje. The potential difference is eliminated in the treated area so that the self-healing ability of the body starts.

CrossLinq application (video):

 

Tip: because when collecting the CrossLinq of the release paper the CrossLinq electrically charged may be the best use be made of a small wooden stick (eg toothpick)

Application areas of CrossLinq:

Although the action of CrossLinq has not been scientifically proven, meanwhile empirically determined that the CrossLinqs work great local pain points and trigger points. The practice report various MTC therapists CrossLinqs can also be successfully used by:

  • muscle tension • Joint pain (postoperative, arthrosis, overloading) • Headaches and migraines • Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) • Problems with the spine
  • Bruises • Trigger points • Pain Treatment of fibromyalgia patients • Scars • Activation of lymph stations

 

 

 

Due to the complex workings of CrossLinq® it is always important to perform the treatment by trained therapists MTC. Learn more about MTC courses? See the MTC courses »

CrossLinq® Product Range Cross Links are packed per 20 sheets in a box and are available in 3 sizes:

 

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CrossLinq®: small – 240 Cross Links Packaging: 20 sheets x 12 crosslinks per sheet (dimensions 1.9 x 1.5 cm) Available colors: beige

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CrossLinq® Medium – 160 Cross Links Packaging: 20 sheets x 8 Cross Left sheet (dimensions 2.8 x 2.1 cm) Available colors: beige

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CrossLinq®: large – 40 Cross Left Packaging: 20 sheets x 2 Cross Left sheet (dimensions 5.2 x 4.3 cm) Available colors: beige

crosslinq-smallOrder CrossLinq? More and more therapists choose to use CrossLinq during their treatments. CrossLinq You can easily purchase in the shop.

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Note: Please note that the specified tape applications and information on our website about the opportunities in the Medical Taping Concept, have not yet been scientifically proven. The statements and examples cited are based on long term experiences of patients and skilled therapists.

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