Teachers, nurses, doctors, chefs and construction workers… what do they all have in common? Probably very sore feet! Many professions involve being on your feet all day, and whilst it’s a good thing to be less sedentary at work, it can play havoc with your poor feet!
Kids are super active, so the odd scrape and sprain is an inevitable part of growing up. We often get asked about the best ways to treat muscle pain in children, so we thought we’d round up our top tips for parents trying to help their little one who’s in pain.
Neck and shoulder pain might creep up after you’ve been sitting at your desk for hours, chipping away at your daily activities. Whatever the reason for your tight neck and shoulders we’ve put together some exercises that can help ease the tension.
How common is osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis is a common complaint affecting 1 in 11 Australian's, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Approximately 2.2 million people have the condition and 3 in 5 people who have osteoarthritis are female. Osteoarthritis is a condition that affects the whole joint including...
Chronic pain rarely affects just one person. It’s like a stone dropping into a lake; there’s a ripple effect that’s felt by many people. Family members can be a huge help to people suffering from chronic pain, giving them hope, support and reminding them that there’s still a lot of pleasure to be had from life.
Taping is great for lots of minor sports and athletic injuries including sprains, muscle strains and things like tendonitis. Another great thing about taping is that your range of motion is not limited.