The eighty-seven videos include exercises for the treatment and prevention of back pain, knee pain, sports injuries and work-related pain. The exercises can be done at your desk, at home or in the gym and include sports specific exercises like running drills and bike set up.
Search for specific injuries and stretches using our search tool. Our experienced physiotherapists will then guide you through each exercise using clear explanations and demonstrations.
Discover exercises and stretches you can do at your desk to improve your sitting and standing posture, prevent and treat back and knee pain and exercises to reduce stress, pain and headaches.
Learn how to stretch properly, prevent sports injuries, improve biomechanics and train muscles like your deep abdominals and gluts to improve sports performance. Plus, sports specific exercises like running drills, ski technique and bike set up.
Give your patients access to the latest research and evidence-based exercises to help them correct biomechanics, train functionally and return to sports and day to day activities quickly and safely.
Access the video library that includes both early stage and high-level rehab exercises, to save you time drawing or writing exercises and enhance your patients’ recovery. The videos use thorough, detailed explanations of technique to ensure your patients fully understand how to do them.
Help your clients prevent pain and get the most from their workouts. Including demonstrations on how and when to carry out stretching, foam rolling, squats, deep core muscle training, planking, shoulder positioning for presses and pulls and postural adjustments in sitting, standing and on the bike.
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