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Articles on Various Conditions

7 Steps to Reducing Tension Headaches
Arthritis
Chronic Pain Overview
Common Types of Arthritis
Exercise Programme following Varicose Veins Surgery
Golfer's Elbow
Joint Hypermobility FAQs
Joint Hypermobility Syndrome
Lengthen Your Hamstrings
Living with Chronic Pain
Lumbar Disc Injury Overview
Patellofemoral Pain
Recovering from a Lumbar Disc Injury
Repetitive Strain Injury
Tendinitis or Tendinosis
Tennis Elbow
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Overview

Articles on Pilates

Clinical Pilates Studio Programme
Free to Move Clinical Pilates - FAQs
Golfer's Elbow
Joint Hypermobility Syndrome
Lumbar Disc Injury Overview
Pilates Beginners Floor Classes
Pilates Fitball Floor Classes
Pilates Studio Equipment Instructions

Articles on Feldenkrais

3 Weeks to Pelvic Power - Reminder Notes: Week 1
3 Weeks to Pelvic Power - Reminder Notes: Week 2
3 Weeks to Pelvic Power - Reminder Notes: Week 3
3 Weeks to Pelvic Power Classes
5 Ways Feldenkrais Supports Mental Health
A Feldenkrais Individual Appointment
Arthritis
Change Your Brain to Relieve Pain: An Introduction to Feldenkrais
Chronic Pain Overview
Feldenkrais for Aromatherapists and Massage Therapists
Feldenkrais for Every Body
Feldenkrais for Fibromyalgia
Feldenkrais for Health Practitioners
Feldenkrais for Stress and Anxiety
Feldenkrais for Stress and Anxiety Classes
Feldenkrais Rejuvenation Through Movement Classes
Feldenkrais Sleep Well
Free Your Lower Back and Hips - 3 Week Intensive
Golfer's Elbow
Improving Posture
Joint Hypermobility Syndrome
Learning easy graceful movement through Feldenkrais
Lumbar Disc Injury Overview
Tendinitis or Tendinosis
Theme for Feldenkrais Classes Second Term 2017
Tight Hamstrings or Short Hamstrings: Why are they a problem?

Articles on Physiotherapy

Arthritis
Chronic Pain Overview
Common Types of Arthritis
Ergonomic Computer Work Stations
Exercise Programme following Varicose Veins Surgery
Exercise, Imaging and Laser Therapy for Shoulder Pain
Golfer's Elbow
Joint Hypermobility Syndrome
Living with Chronic Pain
Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser)
Lumbar Disc Injury Overview
Patellofemoral Pain
Recovering from a Lumbar Disc Injury
Repetitive Strain Injury
Tennis Elbow
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Overview

Our Physios: Workshops and Projects

Feldenkrais for Fibromyalgia Presentation
Jodie in Borneo February 2014
Jodie in India with Equal Health 2011

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Feldenkrais for Stress and Anxiety By Jodie Krantz To improve our mental health we need to become
Low Level Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) What is Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) LLLT or Cold Laser is a
Change Your Brain to Relieve Pain: An Introduction to Feldenkrais With Jodie Krantz, Physiotherapist and Feldenkrais Practitioner At:

About Jodie Krantz

Jodie Krantz has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy (1987) from Curtin University and is a registered Australian Physiotherapist. Jodie is a also a certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and completed her 4 year training in the first Feldenkrais Professional Training Programme to be run in Perth, Western Australia in 1999. She is a member of the Australian Feldenkrais Guild and is qualified in Clinical Pilates (Level 3) with DMA Clinical Pilates. Jodie is also on the committee of WA Representative to the Australian Feldenkrais Guild. Jodie and Feldenkrais 1 Jodie Krantz has over 22 years experience with using exercise to manage pain and movement difficulties. For 6 years she taught the Feldenkrais Method to participants in a Pain Management Programme in Bunbury.

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