Collection: Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention

Discover an array of products ideal for rehabilitation and injury prevention, including resistance bands, foam rollers, flywheel devices, fascia guns and more.

For Physiotherapists

Discover your go-to destination for top-notch equipment crafted to boost rehabilitation and prevent injuries. Our selection is designed to empower physiotherapy practices, ensuring effective and high-quality care for clients. We're here to simplify your search for the best standards in the field.

Fascia is fascinating

Fascia, an extensive network throughout the body, offers structural support and stability. Analogous to the white skins separating fruit flesh, it holds bones in a floating state, maintaining the body's shape and organ positioning.

  • Pain

    Pain can manifest from various sources, including injuries, medical conditions, or lifestyle factors. It serves as the body's signal, urging attention and often prompting a need for thoughtful care and intervention.

  • Back Pain

    Back pain can stem from injuries, tension imbalances, improper lifting, or medical conditions. While it's more common with age, even teenagers and young children can be affected, signaling a need to reassess lifestyle choices.

  • Neck Pain

    The neck is a sensitive area that relies on muscles, ligaments, and nerves for stability and movement. Prolonged bad posture or excessive strain can lead to neck muscle imbalance, causing tension, pain, and reduced blood flow.

  • Hip Pain

    Increasingly, young individuals are facing acute or chronic hip pain, often mistakenly linked to hip osteoarthritis. The pain can arise from multiple factors and indicates the body's struggle to compensate.

  • Knee Pain

    Knee pain varies in causes and symptoms, such as strain-related discomfort after sports or osteoarthritis during stair climbing, each requiring specific attention for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

  • Shoulder Pain

    Shoulder pain syndrome encompasses various causes, challenging to differentiate due to the joint's complexity and its functional connections.

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