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Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz instructing a woman on the Pilates reformer doing the scooter exercise

Free2Move Exercise Rehab and Pilates Classes – Frequently Asked Questions

Pilates is a system of body conditioning, which helps improve posture, strength, flexibility and core stability. The carefully controlled stretching and strengthening exercises in Clinical Pilates often involve stabilising one part of the body, while moving another part. This helps you to build up the awareness, strength and endurance in your deep or ‘core’ muscles so important to good posture and comfortable efficient movement.

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woman feeling the dispair of Fibromyalgia

Chronic Pain Overview

Chronic Pain Overview Chronic or persistent pain is pain which is longstanding, usually for at least 3 months. At Free2Move our Physiotherapists have a special

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A physiotherapist treating a woman for chronic arm pain at Free2move Physiotherapy, Pilates and Feldenkrais North Perth

Tendinitis or Tendinosis

Tendonitis is a type of tendonopathy caused by a traumatic injury to a tendon, causing pain and inflammation. Tendonosis is thought to result from micro-trauma to a tendon from prolonged or repeated strain. In both Tendonitis and Tendonosis your physiotherapist can assist with diagnosis and treatment.

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Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow Tennis Elbow Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis) is the most common type of elbow pain and affects the lateral epicondyle. The epicondyle is the bony

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diagram of tenis elbow

Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s Elbow Golfer’s Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) is far less common that Tennis Elbow and affects the muscles which attach to the inner aspect of your

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man bending over with hand on his back in pain

Arthritis

Don’t let arthritis pain stop you from exercising or losing weight! At Free2Move many clients with OA, RA, Fibromyalgia and other forms of arthritis attend our exercise programmes every week.

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