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Knee Replacement Exercises for Pre and Post surgery

Knee replacement exercises pre and post surgery can be an important factor for successful rehabilitation. Why are knee replacement exercises such an important topic? There were 50,000 knee replacement surgeries in Australia alone in the last year! The most common reason for knee replacements is osteoarthritis, a condition which affects one in nine Australians (AIHW

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Hamstring Injuries – Pilates

Rehabilitation from injuries with help from Pilates is something often needed by my partner, Michael, when he arrives home following cycling accidents and surfing incidents. Our families are often the best sources of new material when it comes to working through injuries and rehabilitation issues. My most recent opportunity for Pilates growth involved Michael experiencing

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Glute Tendinopathies and Pilates – Love Me Tendon

Glute tendinopathy explained – symptoms, exercises and more Glute tendinopathy is commonly seen in a Pilates studio. In this article we explore glute tendinopathy its pathology and its symptoms. It is important to understand appropriate exercises and great ideas on programs when working with glute tendinopathies. And your clients will love the improvements to their glute

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A woman teaching a man exercises for dropfoot using some pilates props

Exercises for Drop Foot

What is Drop Foot? Foot drop also knowns as Drop Foot, is a simple way to describe the loss of Range of Movement (ROM) in your ankle. Dorsiflexion is what occurs when your heel is on the ground and the tibia (shin bone) is able to glide over the talus (ankle bone) in order to allow

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