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.
Performance Health is pleased to launch enableliving.com.au, a new website designed to provide information to consumers on some of the company’s latest products in assistive living. The purpose of the website is to raise awareness of innovative products so that consumers and community based therapists can access technology via local suppliers.
Examples of the products featured are the SaeboStep and SaeboGlove. For people living with foot drop, the SaeboStep is a complete rethink on the traditional foot orthosis. On the website, you can see a video of Clint’s story, demonstrating how SaeboStep has given Clint back his mobility. SaeboGlove is designed to be worn by people who have trouble opening their hand and provides assistance with hand function enabling the wearer to do tasks they otherwise couldn’t.
Richard New, Managing Director of Performance Health said “Not many people are aware of the Saebo products which are mainly used in acute and rehabilitation settings. Saebo leads the world in stroke recovery products and only recently has released the Step and Glove designed for everyday living.”
Another innovative product on the site is the new ELISpoon which is designed to provide people with a lack of hand control the ability to eat independently. The ELISpoon is a simple an elegant design that counters hand tremor for people so they can feed themselves.
“We will soon be adding more content to the site and more products with new technology that can make everyday activities easier as well as expanding on our network of preferred stockists” said New.
The launch of the website is timed with Stroke Week, September 4-9. Living with the effects of stroke challenge over 400,000 Australians. Devices such as SaeboStep and SaeboGlove can assist stroke survivors.