Patellofemoral pain is widely considered to be a condition that is multifactorial in nature, and that requires a multimodal approach to its successful management. Taping is commonly used as one treatment element and there is good evidence to support its ability to modify pain and help to restore function. This article aims to provide a critical assessment of the available evidence and to help guide clinicians on the most appropriate taping intervention for individuals with PFPS. Gaps in the evidence are highlighted, but potential mechanisms are discussed to ensure clinical utility.
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