KT Tape

In October 2015, a class-action lawsuit was filed against KT Health, Inc. for allegedly misleadingly marketing KT Tape products (strips of stretchy fabric with an adhesive backing to be applied to skin above an injured area). According to the complaint, the company represents that the products treat various sports-related injuries and, when applied to the skin, reduce pain and injury when the products actually do not work as advertised and scientific evidence does not support such claims. (Vuckovic et al v. KT Health Holdings, Inc. d/b/a KT Health, Inc., KT Holdings, LLC, and KT Health, LLC, Case No. 15-cv-13696, D. MA.)

 

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