Our expert says:
Any tape does seem to help, yes. Kinesio did a really good job of marketing themselves as the "only" one, but the truth is that they all do a similar job. So Kinesio might help you. I won't go into the details of how it works (because no one really knows, it's probably related to helping you "sense" the strapping and hence the joint), and there is some debate as to whether it's a mind thing more than physiology.
I think the more relevant issue is whether you can actually sort out the problem rather than just taping over it, literally and figuratively. You did say you were in rehab - perhaps they need to assess that other side, and give you some exercise that will help strengthen it. At the very least, you need to reduce impact until it is 'stable'. If you're seeing someone already, this is an important part of the rehab for the injured knee, and will help the other knee too.
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