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Online physiotherapy programs for those on a tight budget or schedule

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Life is expensive, keeping your body healthy shouldn’t be.

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Expertly curated exercise video tutorials and educational content. Daily reminders to keep you on track.

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On or Offline, Computer, phone, tablet or smart watch, your PhysioReady program is waiting for you. Ready when you are.

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  • Plantar Fasciitis - Buy Now!

    How Do I Know if This Program is Right for Me?
    - You experience morning pain and stiffness at the base of your heel.
    - As you get moving in the morning, the pain and stiffness improve.
    - Your foot displays no bruising or swelling.
    - You do not have any tingling or numbness in and around the foot area.

    If this describes what you are experiencing, then PhysioReady might be right for you. Check with your provider, we require an accurate diagnosis to ensure your success beefore begining the program!

  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome - Buy Now!

    Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome is a fancy term to describe knee pain caused by the irritation of your kneecap. You just know your knee hurts. Lots of things can cause this. But don’t worry, this program covers them all! Now, if you're reading this, it's probably safe to assume that you or someone you know has a sore knee! We are hoping this is your solution.

  • IT Band Syndrome - Buy Now!

    IT Band Syndrome is very similar to another common condition known as; Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. These fancy terms describe knee pain caused by the irritation of your kneecap and IT Band. You just know your knee hurts. Lots of things can cause this. But don’t worry, this program covers them all! Now, if you're reading this, it's probably safe to assume that you or someone you know has a sore knee! We are hoping this is your solution.

  • Tennis Elbow - Buy Now!

    This, unfortunately, has grown to be a catch-all term for the aforementioned conditions. It’s become analogous to “elbow pain”. When someone says they have elbow pain, most people believe they have the dreaded “Tennis Elbow”. Many do, but some don’t! The Good news is that much of the treatment is the same! In fact, we’ve created this online PhysioReady Tennis Elbow program specifically for this condition! Technically speaking a true “Tennis Elbow” is referring to the irritation and/or inflammation of the extensor muscles of the forearm as they attach to the elbow.

  • Shoulder Impingement - Buy Now!

    Shoulder Impingement is a fancy term to describe the irritation of some of the structures in your shoulder. The most common structures involved are the long head of the biceps, the bursa, and the supraspinatus tendon. This can be for a multitude of reasons, but the good news is that this program covers them all! Now, if you're reading this, it's probably safe to assume that you or someone you know has a sore shoulder! We are hoping this is your solution.

  • Rotator Cuff Strain - Buy Now!

    The rotator cuff is a crucial group of muscle that works to centre and control your shoulder joint as you do your thing. When you strain this area it can be as simple as overloading it with a new activity, or it can slowly develop over time due to poor posture or mechanics. Many rotator cuff injuries are secondary to another condition known as Shoulder Impingement, a fancy term used to describe the irritation of some of the structures in your shoulder. The most common cuff muscle involved is the supraspinatus tendon. This can be for a multitude of reasons, but the good news is that this program covers them all! Now, if you're reading this, it's probably safe to assume that you or someone you know has a sore shoulder! We are hoping this is your solution.

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