Over the years I have been in practice, I have seen that a little bit of effort at home can make the world of difference when it comes to overcoming an injury or getting rid of aches and pains. As part of the way I practice, I give people exercises, stretches and soft tissue work to do at home. I would say in almost 100% of cases, people that put the effort in to do their ‘homework’, will get much better results than those people that don’t do it. Even if you don’t have a ‘problem’, a little bit of self-maintenance can make dramatic changes in the way you feel and function. There are heaps of tools and devices you can use to do these exercises. In this post I wanted to discuss 4 key rehab tools I think every home should have.
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