Secrets of Australia's Top Physios for Staying Fit & Active After 40
If you have ever had to sit on the sidelines and miss out because of injury, pain or just because you were too darn tired ... don't put it off any longer! Read this book and start living your life again!
Discover how thousands of Australians have improved their quality of life with simple step by step instructions and easy to follow advice.
By Physiotherapist Nigel Rose
In today's computer age, prevention is the best cure. 'Fit To Sit, Fit To Live' is the result of 2 years research and 10 years clinical work, and offers a timely reminder to us all that there are realm and hidden dangers associated with poorly designed chairs and bad posture.
An easy to read self-help guide to create better sitting and work habits.
By Physiotherapist Aileen Jefferis
Based on extensive and exhaustive research with patients, Aileen has developed a new approach to understanding that it is the muscles which are the primary cause rather than the joints causing pain.
With the use of management strategies, many sufferers of back pain, neck pain and headaches will find a long term solution.
By Physiotherapist Mary O'Dwyer
Information every woman should know to help prevent pelvic floor problems throughout all life stages of children, teenagers, pregnant and post birth mums, menopausal and senior women.
All women can benefit from Mary's expertise, as even elite athletes and fit and strong women can experience pelvic floor dysfunction.
By Physiotherapist Sue Croft
Many women undertake gynaecological repair surgery with some anxiety and trepidation. This guide has been written with the aim of reducing these fears by educating women about the anatomy of the bladder and the bowel with strategies to help keep the pelvic floor in good shape forever.
By Physiotherapist Sue Croft
Many women suffer with pelvic floor dysfunction such as stress urinary incontinence, prolapse and bladder issues. Clear diagrams and illustrations are provided to demonstrate the anatomy and abdominal exercises for pelvic floor muscle training, and treatment of urinary incontinence.
By Physiotherapist Craig Allingham
This book is a 'must read' and an action plan for men who want a quality of life and are prepared to work at their own recovery to regain continence, sexual activity and lifestyle.
This 5 Stage Recovery Plan provides a clear, effective and workable program that makes prostrate surgery worthwhile.
By GL Moseley & DS Butler
Ongoing pain is the most costly health problem facing the world. Based on decades of research, the Explain Pain Revolution evolved, and has become one of the world's most effective and inexpensive treatments for pain.
The handbook will help map recovery and implement active coping strategies to safely increase daily activities and find freedom from pain.
By Physiotherapist Robin McKenzie
Time and again you may have to seek assistance to get relief from your neck pain. How good would it be if you were able to apply treatment to yourself whenever pain were to make itself felt?
Even better, this book endeavours to apply a system of treatment to yourself that would prevent the onset of pain in those that experience straight forward mechanical problems.
By Physiotherapist Alison Grimaldi.
Evidence has shown that after a single episode of back pain, deep muscles close to the spine lose their normal function and do not spontaneously recover.
This package aims to provide a comprehensive action plan for preventing, controlling and defeating lower back pain!
With Physiotherapist Debbie Hogg
Watch as Debbie Hogg demonstrates some simple yet effective exercises you can do at home (or at the gym) to promote renewed energy, strength, flexibility, coordination and balance.
Call today to book your one hour assessment and regain your physical freedom and your life!