Different stories are being told about the meaning of the tape’s colour. Some of the colours would allegedly cause different reactions in the body. One thing is certain ......about the differences between the colours and that is the elasticity factor. This has been investigated in Spain and it has been discovered that each tape colour has a different elasticity factor. See article “Mechanical behaviour of functional tape” from the literary database. The colouring of the basic materia
l (beige tape) causes a change of the basic characteristics of the elastic tissue. It appears now that the black tape is the least elastic tape and the beige tape is the most elastic one. This fact could explain some reactions. Why do some colours stick better than another colour with the same patient? This could be explained by the fact that the elasticity of that specific colour matches de elasticity of the skin of the patient better. Is this possible?! There are other possible explanations, that….