In this recorded webinar, building on webinar 1, we discuss 3 vignettes on implementing a neurorehabilitation intervention and/or service in 3 different contexts: public hospital, paediatric population and private clinic.
Jeff & Brodwen present an evidenced based look at the pathomechanics of wrist and forearm trauma that leads to stiffness, pain, and dysfunction. They discuss practical solutions for prediction, prevention, and treatment.
Cardiac rehabilitation is a program designed for people with heart problems. It helps you improve your cardiovascular (heart) health through proper nutrition, exercise, and stress relief. Get your heart pumping and improve your health with this key component of cardiac rehab, exercise!
How do you prevent a second heart attack? Cardiac rehabilitation can help. And it’s not just for heart attack survivors. Studies have found that it helps men and women of all ages with mild, moderate, and severe heart problems
Cardiac rehabilitation is a holistic program designed to improve your heart health. This means it includes not only an exercise program, but also nutrition and stress relief education. Stress reduction is an important part of keeping your heart healthy. Learn twenty-five ways to reduce your stress!
It is easy to feel cooped up in your house or apartment during these times of uncertainty and worry. Exercising outside is a great way to workout and get some fresh air, but only if you feel comfortable and safe to do so.
Walk Smarter. Confidence and comfort is one step away.
The SaeboStep consists of a lightweight, uniquely designed
foot drop brace that provides convenience and comfort while offering optimum
foot clearance and support during walking.
The SaeboStep was designed to replace uncomfortable, stiff,
or bulky splints that go inside the shoe as well as poorly manufactured braces
designed for outside of the shoe that lack support and durability.
Foot Drop. What is it and how does it affect your recovery?
Foot drop, also known as dropped foot or drop foot, is the
inability to raise the front part of the foot due to weakness or paralysis of
the muscles that lift the foot (National Institute of Neurological Disorders).
Consequentially, people who have foot drop scuff their toes
along the ground; they may also bend their knees to lift their foot higher than
usual to avoid the scuffing, which causes what is called a "steppage"
SaeboStep and all Saebo products are distributed exclusively by Performance Health ANZ.