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Let’s talk about the who, what, and when should you use strapping? Firstly, you can’t just ‘strap’ something, you need to know what and why you are strapping it. Using the ankle as an example, as this is the most commonly strapped joint, probably up to...

How can exercise help back pain? Where does exercise fit in to the picture of back pain and it’s management? For many years research had been telling us exercise is good, not only to help prevent back pain, but also in its recovery. Many studies have...

Back pain and movement For many years health professionals have been educating people to be careful about how they move, especially with regard to their back. This has inferred that the back is weak and has a poor tolerance to activity. We now know that this...

In New Zealand 30-60% of those aged over 65 fall, and off those up to 20% result in injury, hospitalisation, or death. By 2035 the number of those over the age of 65 will have doubled resulting in 500000 falls costing up to $100 million...