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mobility & stability 


To safely and effectively maximise movement potential; free of compensation, pain, discomfort and vulnerability of injury, sufficient mobility and stability is required.


Mobility restrictions promote a false sense of stability, which may cause joint and muscle stiffness. Further implications of this are postural imbalances, and movement dysfunction as the body compensates for lack of adequate range of motion. Our joints are placed at considerable risk when forced to pick up the slack and adapt to potentially threatening movements.


When the body can safely control and stabilise adequate ranges of motion, joint health improves, degeneration lessens, and pain subsides.

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