In our last issue, we introduced the "Figure 8" taping method for ankle support. Thank you for the invaluable feedback regarding its effectiveness and user-friendliness. This time, we're shining a spotlight on an effective "ankle taping using disc tape."

 This method is certainly "good to know" for both daily life and when engaging in sports. We encourage you to read through to the end and embrace it as a valuable resource for a healthier day-to-day routine.

Tips for Taping:

  1. Apply to Clean and Dry Skin: To prevent the tape from peeling off during activities, it's essential to make sure it adheres closely to the skin. Wipe off any sweat or dirt before applying, and if needed, consider shaving the area for better adhesion.
  1. Replace After Each Use: To avoid skin irritation and to prevent the tape from coming off during use, we recommend removing the tape after each activity and applying a fresh piece the next time.
  1. Check Skin Condition Before Applying: Even though we use a hypoallergenic adhesive, direct application to the skin may sometimes cause irritation. If you have concerns, please consult a physician before using.

The Disc Tape for Pinpoint Ankle Care: Simplicity at its Best!

Attending to your concerned ankle has never been easier. With the disc tape, all you have to do is stick it on, and voilà!

Please note that the information provided in this newsletter is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.


These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary significantly. Not all users will experience the intended benefits of Phiten products, and individuals must try for themselves to see whether it works for them.

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