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Exercise sheets and videos

'Growing pains': advice to parents and carers (PDF 300KB)

published as an information sheet to accompany Hands On Autumn 2008

Ankle sprain exercises (PDF 810KB) 

published as an information sheet to accompany Hands On Summer 2012

Back pain exercises (PDF 486KB) 

published as an information sheet to accompany Hands On October 2007 plus video clips demonstrating the exercises

Knee pain exercises (PDF 534KB) 

published as an information sheet to accompany Hands On June 2005

Neck pain exercises (PDF 516KB) 

published as an information sheet to accompany Hands On Spring 2011

Osteoarthritis exercises (PDF 506KB) 

published as an information sheet to accompany Hands On Autumn 2011

Plantar fasciitis exercises (PDF 442KB) 

published as an information sheet to accompany Hands On February 2004

Shoulder pain exercises (PDF 772KB) 

exercises that are designed to help ease shoulder pain and strengthen the structures that support the shoulder

Elbow pain exercises (PDF 918KB) 

exercises that are designed to stretch, strengthen and stabilise the structures that support your elbow (including exercises for tennis elbow)

Keep moving exercises (PDF 2.82MB) 

a helpful guide to the types of exercises that can be safely carried out in the home

 































































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