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My Feldenkrais Story: Helen Pendlebury
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A Flexible Chest and Spine – The Hidden Key to Freeing the Neck and Back

A Flexible Chest and Spine The Hidden Key to Freeing the Neck, Back and Shoulders Most people don’t consider their chest and spine as playing a large role in feeling comfortable and at ease through the neck, shoulders and back. Read more

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First Term 2018 – Feldenkrais Theme

First Term 2018 – Feldenkrais Theme Each term in our Feldenkrais Classes Jodie and Ali each have a particular focus or theme. The theme carries through a whole term so that participants can explore movement in a more structured and Read more

landscape shot from middle of bitumen road with forest either side and mountains ahead

My Feldenkrais Story: Helen Pendlebury

For ten years Helen didn’t have a fixed address. She house-sat, stayed with family and friends, and lived in group homes. She also struggled on and off with chronic pain and mobility issues. She had tried Feldenkrais in the past and had left it behind due to shoulder pain.  More than two decades later, she found her way back to Feldenkrais and the effect on her physical and mental well-being has been transformational.

Read more
a group of 5 men and women laying on their backs holding one knee as part of a Feldenkrais exercise in a big room

Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement Lessons

Awareness Through Movement Lessons – Tips and Pointers By Jodie Krantz Before beginning Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement for the first time, it can really help to have  few tips. This will help you get the maximum benefit from the lessons. Read more

EffortlessPostureDiagram

Effortless Posture Workshop

Download the PDF version of this flyer Read more

A business man and woman have a walking meeting and discussion while looking at a diary outside an office building next to a garden

5 Ways to Counteract Sitting at Work

Five Ways to Counteract Sitting at Work 1. Micro-breaks Eye breaks – every 20 minutes spend 20 seconds focusing your eyes on something 20 feet away from you (the 20 – 20 – 20 exercise). You should also blink the Read more

businesswoman stretching after prolonged sitting at her computer and doing breathing exercises

The Risks of Prolonged Sitting

Prolonged sitting at a computer endangers your health Do you feel stiff and sore after prolonged sitting at a computer for a few hours? Along with poor posture, sitting at a computer can contribute to Occupational Overuse Injuries. These were Read more

three diagrams of a man sitting on a chair, the first 2 are bad posture the last is goog posture

Improving Posture

Find out how the Feldenkrais Method can improves posture and why simply trying to sit or stand straight doesn’t work. Try a simple 3 minute posture exercise.

Read more
Group doing back and hip Feldenkrais exercises in fitness center

Relieve Lower Back and Hip Pain with Feldenkrais

Classes in the Feldenkrais Method can help relieve lower back and hip pain and restore range movement. They help improve body awareness and movement control

Read more
40873219 - the young man looking at the beautiful view at the lake

Theme for Feldenkrais Classes Second Term 2017

Alison’s Class Theme Saturdays at 10:00 am Moving on from last series freeing the neck and the jaw to twisting and turning without effort. Jodie’s Classes Theme Mondays at 6 pm and 7pm, Tuesdays at 9.30am, Thursdays at 10.30am This Read more

male hand with thumb bracing for De Quervains

De Quervain’s Syndrome

De Quervain’s syndrome refers to pain in two of the tendons which move the thumb – the abductor pollicis longus and the extensor pollicis brevis. Inflammation may occur where the tendons glide inside a fluid-filled ‘synovial’ sheath near the thumb-side Read more

shoulderphysio

Exercise, Imaging and Laser Therapy for Shoulder Pain

A recent review of research on Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), also known as Cold Laser shows that it may be helpful in conjunction with exercise therapy for the treatment of shoulder pain. But should you see your doctor first? Read more

ComputerPosture

Ergonomic Computer Work Stations

Ergonomic computer work station set up is relatively simple. Doing things in the correct sequence is the key to getting it right. This helps minimise strain on your joints, muscles and soft tissues while working at your computer and reduces Read more

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Patellofemoral Pain

By Alison McIntosh Patellofemoral pain (and patellofemoral dysfunction) are a common causes of pain felt at the front of the knee. This pain originates from the joint between the patella (the kneecap) and the femur (thigh bone). The patella usually Read more

BrainCogs

5 Ways Feldenkrais Supports Mental Health

The Feldenkrais Method is not just helpful for improving your physical health and well-being, it also supports your mental health. Your brain is essential in thinking, feeling (emotional health) and sensing via the 5 senses. All movement is initiated via Read more

Anxiety

Feldenkrais for Stress and Anxiety

By Jodie Krantz To improve our mental health we need to become more mindful of what is going on inside our bodies, not just in the world around us. Feldenkrais can help with this. This week I started teaching a Read more

Fibromyalgia

Feldenkrais for Fibromyalgia

How Feldenkrais Can Help Fibromyalgia The Feldenkrais Method is a way of changing your habits in order to make movement easier, more comfortable and more enjoyable (while making your brain more flexible). Feldenkrais rhymes with ‘rice’ and is named after it’s inventor, Dr Moshe Read more

23473803_ml

Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser)

What is Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) LLLT or Cold Laser is a painless, non-invasive form of light therapy which is thought to stimulate a healing response in tissues such as muscles, blood vessels, bone, nerve, skin, ligaments, tendons and Read more

A woman with arms out wide in the forest looking up at the sun

Change Your Brain to Relieve Pain: An Introduction to Feldenkrais

Have you or someone you care about been experiencing chronic pain, with persistent or recurring episodes of pain or tension? Have you tried treatments which only work for a short time or don’t work at all?

Read more
Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz presenting at a workshop

Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method: ‘New Light on Old Patterns’

On Tuesday 11th November,  Perth Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz from Free2Move in Mt Hawthorn presented a 2 hour workshop to recently graduated Physios at the Australian Physiotherapy Association branch office. Fourteen Perth Physiotherapists, who have graduated within the last 5 years, had the opportunity Read more

A woman at her laptop suffering from a headache can get treatment at Free2move Physiotherapy, Pilates and Feldenkrais in North Perth

7 Steps to Reducing Tension Headaches

By Principal Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz To get relief from tension headaches, follow this process to ensure effective diagnosis and treatment.   Step 1: Get a check up from your GP Although most headaches are harmless, it’s a good idea to see your Read more

Jodie Krantz in a white t-shirt smiling bust studio shot

My Experience of Varicose Veins Surgery

Deciding on a procedure It was with some hesitation that I finally decided to undergo surgical stripping of the short saphenous vein in my right calf. Although my varicose veins were not severe or painful the faulty and unsightly valves Read more

A diagram of a leg with varicose veins

Exercise Programme following Varicose Veins Surgery

Exercise program for rehabilitation following varicose veins surgery. Please note: the following is a guide only and may not apply to everybody. Always take the advice of your surgeon and other medical personnel. Read our disclaimer   Day 1 As Read more

A woman trying to touch her toes suffering from tight hamstrings

Tight Hamstrings or Short Hamstrings: Why are they a problem?

Many people have short hamstrings, the main muscle group in the back of the thigh which bend the knee and extend the hip. Shortened hamstrings are more common in men. Spending a lot of time sitting may be a contributing factor. Read more

A woman trying to touch her toes suffering from tight hamstrings

Lengthen Your Hamstrings

Are your hamstrings long or short, tight or relaxed? Lengthening your hamstrings can help with running, kicking, sitting, bending and lifting more easily. Try this simple ‘Awareness Through Movement Lesson’ in the Feldenkrais Method to help lengthen your hamstrings. READ Read more

Diagram of a knee joint comparing signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis

Common Types of Arthritis

This info page from Free2move describes some common types of Arthritis

Read more
A diagram showing thoracic outlet syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome may occur as a consequence of an injury to the neck, or more commonly as a result of poor posture and muscle imbalances.

Read more
A diagram showing a disc bulge or herniation

Recovering from a Lumbar Disc Injury

What is a lumbar disc bulge? disc herniation? disc prolapse? Disc injuries are one of the most common causes of back pain. Recovery often takes longer than with other types of back pain. The pain is usually worsened by prolonged sitting, bending, or simply staying in any one position for too long.

Read more
A you lady bending her elbow showing joint hypermobility

Joint Hypermobility Frequently Asked Questions

What is Joint Hypermobility? Joint Hypermobility is a condition in which joints can be moved beyond the normal or expected range of movement – sometimes referred to as being double jointed. When Joint Hypermobility affects multiple joints in the body, it Read more

a group of 5 men and women laying on their backs holding one knee as part of a Feldenkrais exercise in a big room

Learning easy graceful movement through Feldenkrais

Feldenkrais is about the impossible becoming possible, the possible
easy and the easy graceful. Difficulties such as aches and pains or limitations in our strength, flexibility or coordination can motivate us to find new ways of moving that reduce the strain and restore a sense of
wellbeing.

Read more
thoracic outlet B1

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Overview

The thoracic outlet is a small opening between the neck and shoulder through which an important bundle of nerves (the brachial plexus) as well as a major vein and artery pass. These nerves and blood vessels supply the arm. Signs Read more

Fibromyalgia

Living with Chronic Pain

Living with Chronic Pain Moderate to severe chronic pain can have a profound influence on just about every area of your life. It commonly affects mood, energy levels, relationships, sleep patterns, ability to work and participation in leisure activities. People living Read more

Sungai Kenawit in Julau

Jodie in Borneo February 2014

Feldenkrais in the heart of Borneo. I recently had the privilege of travelling with Malaysian friends into the heart of the Borneo jungle to the land of the headhunters.

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

Free2Move Clinical Pilates Perth – 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.

Read more
Fibromyalgia

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 interest in treating persistent pain conditions, which often require a different approach. This means addressing the cause of Read more

Repetitive Strain Injury

Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) also known as Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS).

Read more

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.

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

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 protuberance on the outer side of the elbow. Several long slender muscles of the forearm assist in Read more

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 elbow. These muscles that move the wrist and fingers and are involved in gripping and lifting. Repetitive Read more

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.

Read more

Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Have you ever suspected that you are ‘double jointed’? Do you have a history or frequent sprains and strains, or clicky joints, going back to when you were a child? Then read on, as you may have Joint Hypermobility or Read more

Diagram showing how sciatica cam be caused by a lumbar disc injury disc bulge or herniation

Lumbar Disc Injury Overview

What is a Lumbar Disc Injury What is a lumbar disc injury? What’s the difference between a disc bulge a disc herniation and a disc prolapse? Disc injuries are one of the most common causes of lower back pain. Recovery Read more

Jodie Krantz as a volunteer physiotherapist treating a patient in India

Jodie in India with Equal Health 2011

Jodie Krantz traveled as a volunteer physiotherapist to the province of Tamil Nadu in southern India. Here she spent 2 weeks in Tiruchiparelli (Trichy) with a team of doctors, nurses, physios, dentists and opticians, providing much needed health service to Read more

Filter By Category
  • All
  • Ergonomics
  • Feldenkrais
  • Feldenkrais story
  • News
  • Physio's projects
  • Physiotherapy
  • Pilates
  • Uncategorized
Copyright: bestdesign36 / 123RF Stock Photo
A Flexible Chest and Spine – The Hidden Key to Freeing the Neck and Back

A Flexible Chest and Spine The Hidden Key to Freeing the Neck, Back and Shoulders Most people don’t consider their chest and spine as playing a large role in feeling comfortable and at ease through the neck, shoulders and back. Read more

Copyright: gregorylee / 123RF Stock Photo
First Term 2018 – Feldenkrais Theme

First Term 2018 – Feldenkrais Theme Each term in our Feldenkrais Classes Jodie and Ali each have a particular focus or theme. The theme carries through a whole term so that participants can explore movement in a more structured and Read more

landscape shot from middle of bitumen road with forest either side and mountains ahead
My Feldenkrais Story: Helen Pendlebury

For ten years Helen didn’t have a fixed address. She house-sat, stayed with family and friends, and lived in group homes. She also struggled on and off with chronic pain and mobility issues. She had tried Feldenkrais in the past and had left it behind due to shoulder pain.  More than two decades later, she found her way back to Feldenkrais and the effect on her physical and mental well-being has been transformational.

Read more
a group of 5 men and women laying on their backs holding one knee as part of a Feldenkrais exercise in a big room
Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement Lessons

Awareness Through Movement Lessons – Tips and Pointers By Jodie Krantz Before beginning Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement for the first time, it can really help to have  few tips. This will help you get the maximum benefit from the lessons. Read more

EffortlessPostureDiagram
Effortless Posture Workshop

Download the PDF version of this flyer Read more

A business man and woman have a walking meeting and discussion while looking at a diary outside an office building next to a garden
5 Ways to Counteract Sitting at Work

Five Ways to Counteract Sitting at Work 1. Micro-breaks Eye breaks – every 20 minutes spend 20 seconds focusing your eyes on something 20 feet away from you (the 20 – 20 – 20 exercise). You should also blink the Read more

businesswoman stretching after prolonged sitting at her computer and doing breathing exercises
The Risks of Prolonged Sitting

Prolonged sitting at a computer endangers your health Do you feel stiff and sore after prolonged sitting at a computer for a few hours? Along with poor posture, sitting at a computer can contribute to Occupational Overuse Injuries. These were Read more

three diagrams of a man sitting on a chair, the first 2 are bad posture the last is goog posture
Improving Posture

Find out how the Feldenkrais Method can improves posture and why simply trying to sit or stand straight doesn’t work. Try a simple 3 minute posture exercise.

Read more
Group doing back and hip Feldenkrais exercises in fitness center
Relieve Lower Back and Hip Pain with Feldenkrais

Classes in the Feldenkrais Method can help relieve lower back and hip pain and restore range movement. They help improve body awareness and movement control

Read more
40873219 - the young man looking at the beautiful view at the lake
Theme for Feldenkrais Classes Second Term 2017

Alison’s Class Theme Saturdays at 10:00 am Moving on from last series freeing the neck and the jaw to twisting and turning without effort. Jodie’s Classes Theme Mondays at 6 pm and 7pm, Tuesdays at 9.30am, Thursdays at 10.30am This Read more

male hand with thumb bracing for De Quervains
De Quervain’s Syndrome

De Quervain’s syndrome refers to pain in two of the tendons which move the thumb – the abductor pollicis longus and the extensor pollicis brevis. Inflammation may occur where the tendons glide inside a fluid-filled ‘synovial’ sheath near the thumb-side Read more

shoulderphysio
Exercise, Imaging and Laser Therapy for Shoulder Pain

A recent review of research on Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), also known as Cold Laser shows that it may be helpful in conjunction with exercise therapy for the treatment of shoulder pain. But should you see your doctor first? Read more

ComputerPosture
Ergonomic Computer Work Stations

Ergonomic computer work station set up is relatively simple. Doing things in the correct sequence is the key to getting it right. This helps minimise strain on your joints, muscles and soft tissues while working at your computer and reduces Read more

18070767_ml
Patellofemoral Pain

By Alison McIntosh Patellofemoral pain (and patellofemoral dysfunction) are a common causes of pain felt at the front of the knee. This pain originates from the joint between the patella (the kneecap) and the femur (thigh bone). The patella usually Read more

BrainCogs
5 Ways Feldenkrais Supports Mental Health

The Feldenkrais Method is not just helpful for improving your physical health and well-being, it also supports your mental health. Your brain is essential in thinking, feeling (emotional health) and sensing via the 5 senses. All movement is initiated via Read more

Anxiety
Feldenkrais for Stress and Anxiety

By Jodie Krantz To improve our mental health we need to become more mindful of what is going on inside our bodies, not just in the world around us. Feldenkrais can help with this. This week I started teaching a Read more

Fibromyalgia
Feldenkrais for Fibromyalgia

How Feldenkrais Can Help Fibromyalgia The Feldenkrais Method is a way of changing your habits in order to make movement easier, more comfortable and more enjoyable (while making your brain more flexible). Feldenkrais rhymes with ‘rice’ and is named after it’s inventor, Dr Moshe Read more

23473803_ml
Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser)

What is Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) LLLT or Cold Laser is a painless, non-invasive form of light therapy which is thought to stimulate a healing response in tissues such as muscles, blood vessels, bone, nerve, skin, ligaments, tendons and Read more

A woman with arms out wide in the forest looking up at the sun
Change Your Brain to Relieve Pain: An Introduction to Feldenkrais

Have you or someone you care about been experiencing chronic pain, with persistent or recurring episodes of pain or tension? Have you tried treatments which only work for a short time or don’t work at all?

Read more
Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz presenting at a workshop
Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method: ‘New Light on Old Patterns’

On Tuesday 11th November,  Perth Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz from Free2Move in Mt Hawthorn presented a 2 hour workshop to recently graduated Physios at the Australian Physiotherapy Association branch office. Fourteen Perth Physiotherapists, who have graduated within the last 5 years, had the opportunity Read more

A woman at her laptop suffering from a headache can get treatment at Free2move Physiotherapy, Pilates and Feldenkrais in North Perth
7 Steps to Reducing Tension Headaches

By Principal Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz To get relief from tension headaches, follow this process to ensure effective diagnosis and treatment.   Step 1: Get a check up from your GP Although most headaches are harmless, it’s a good idea to see your Read more

Jodie Krantz in a white t-shirt smiling bust studio shot
My Experience of Varicose Veins Surgery

Deciding on a procedure It was with some hesitation that I finally decided to undergo surgical stripping of the short saphenous vein in my right calf. Although my varicose veins were not severe or painful the faulty and unsightly valves Read more

A diagram of a leg with varicose veins
Exercise Programme following Varicose Veins Surgery

Exercise program for rehabilitation following varicose veins surgery. Please note: the following is a guide only and may not apply to everybody. Always take the advice of your surgeon and other medical personnel. Read our disclaimer   Day 1 As Read more

A woman trying to touch her toes suffering from tight hamstrings
Tight Hamstrings or Short Hamstrings: Why are they a problem?

Many people have short hamstrings, the main muscle group in the back of the thigh which bend the knee and extend the hip. Shortened hamstrings are more common in men. Spending a lot of time sitting may be a contributing factor. Read more

A woman trying to touch her toes suffering from tight hamstrings
Lengthen Your Hamstrings

Are your hamstrings long or short, tight or relaxed? Lengthening your hamstrings can help with running, kicking, sitting, bending and lifting more easily. Try this simple ‘Awareness Through Movement Lesson’ in the Feldenkrais Method to help lengthen your hamstrings. READ Read more

Diagram of a knee joint comparing signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis
Common Types of Arthritis

This info page from Free2move describes some common types of Arthritis

Read more
A diagram showing thoracic outlet syndrome
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome may occur as a consequence of an injury to the neck, or more commonly as a result of poor posture and muscle imbalances.

Read more
A diagram showing a disc bulge or herniation
Recovering from a Lumbar Disc Injury

What is a lumbar disc bulge? disc herniation? disc prolapse? Disc injuries are one of the most common causes of back pain. Recovery often takes longer than with other types of back pain. The pain is usually worsened by prolonged sitting, bending, or simply staying in any one position for too long.

Read more
A you lady bending her elbow showing joint hypermobility
Joint Hypermobility Frequently Asked Questions

What is Joint Hypermobility? Joint Hypermobility is a condition in which joints can be moved beyond the normal or expected range of movement – sometimes referred to as being double jointed. When Joint Hypermobility affects multiple joints in the body, it Read more

a group of 5 men and women laying on their backs holding one knee as part of a Feldenkrais exercise in a big room
Learning easy graceful movement through Feldenkrais

Feldenkrais is about the impossible becoming possible, the possible
easy and the easy graceful. Difficulties such as aches and pains or limitations in our strength, flexibility or coordination can motivate us to find new ways of moving that reduce the strain and restore a sense of
wellbeing.

Read more
thoracic outlet B1
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Overview

The thoracic outlet is a small opening between the neck and shoulder through which an important bundle of nerves (the brachial plexus) as well as a major vein and artery pass. These nerves and blood vessels supply the arm. Signs Read more

Fibromyalgia
Living with Chronic Pain

Living with Chronic Pain Moderate to severe chronic pain can have a profound influence on just about every area of your life. It commonly affects mood, energy levels, relationships, sleep patterns, ability to work and participation in leisure activities. People living Read more

Sungai Kenawit in Julau
Jodie in Borneo February 2014

Feldenkrais in the heart of Borneo. I recently had the privilege of travelling with Malaysian friends into the heart of the Borneo jungle to the land of the headhunters.

Read more
Physiotherapist Jodie Krantz instructing a woman on the Pilates reformer doing the scooter exercise
Free2Move Clinical Pilates Perth – 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.

Read more
Fibromyalgia
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 interest in treating persistent pain conditions, which often require a different approach. This means addressing the cause of Read more

Repetitive Strain Injury

Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) also known as Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS).

Read more
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.

Read more
A physiotherapist treating a woman for chronic arm pain at Free2move Physiotherapy, Pilates and Feldenkrais North Perth
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 protuberance on the outer side of the elbow. Several long slender muscles of the forearm assist in Read more

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 elbow. These muscles that move the wrist and fingers and are involved in gripping and lifting. Repetitive Read more

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.

Read more
Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

Have you ever suspected that you are ‘double jointed’? Do you have a history or frequent sprains and strains, or clicky joints, going back to when you were a child? Then read on, as you may have Joint Hypermobility or Read more

Diagram showing how sciatica cam be caused by a lumbar disc injury disc bulge or herniation
Lumbar Disc Injury Overview

What is a Lumbar Disc Injury What is a lumbar disc injury? What’s the difference between a disc bulge a disc herniation and a disc prolapse? Disc injuries are one of the most common causes of lower back pain. Recovery Read more

Jodie Krantz as a volunteer physiotherapist treating a patient in India
Jodie in India with Equal Health 2011

Jodie Krantz traveled as a volunteer physiotherapist to the province of Tamil Nadu in southern India. Here she spent 2 weeks in Tiruchiparelli (Trichy) with a team of doctors, nurses, physios, dentists and opticians, providing much needed health service to Read more