Adapting to Change

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Changes within and outside of Redsok have seen us streamline our content and product lines. You can now choose between three areas of interest as displayed below. Click on the relevant box to discover more, order books and eBooks, enrol for newsletter, articles and course announcements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary's 'Hold It' books are availalbe in the USA on Amazon and in the UK they are distributed by IncoStress.

To contact us regarding workshops, keynote speaking or consulting for your group or organisation our details are

PO Box 1881, Buderim, Qld. Australia. 4556

E: craig@redsok.com

Ph: +61 (0)417 734161

Posts

Posted: 5 years 6 months ago

Prostate Recovery MAP - Men's Action Plan is now a proper printed book! The e-book is still available but for those who prefer a non-screen version that you can fold back on itself, make margin notes or read on the toilet (surely not) - this is for you. The book will be available in Australian book stores from Movember - before then you can only order it directly from us here on line. Click here to order for only $15 plus shipping.

Posted: 6 years 3 weeks ago

We have just uploaded Craig Allingham's new ebook on preparation for and recovery from prostate surgery. This outlines his five level program and contains live links to explanations and exercises. As Dr Michael Gillman says, 'This book is a “must read” for any man facing treatment for this condition.' This book is downloadable now from this site for only $9.95, click on Books.
 

Posted: 6 years 9 months ago

The article by Craig called, 'The Great Ankle Swindle' has been published in the UK journal In Touch. So it can now be released here as well. Click here to find out how rehab is selling ankle sprains down the tube and what may be necessary to reverse the reinjury trend.

Posted: 7 years 2 weeks ago

A new study suggests autologous blood injections (ABI) may be an improvement on steroid injections alone for a particular type of rotator cuff tear in the shoulder.

Posted: 7 years 5 months ago

What a load of wishful thinking.  When I was a trainee physiotherapist studying human gait and locomotion skills my tutor pointed out that walking is a process of constantly losing balance in a forward direction, and catching it again by thrusting out a leg.  Repeat and you have walking.  Repeat at speed and you have running.  Don't repeat and you have standing still, which itself is a constant process of almost losing balance and automatically correcting to remain stable.

Posted: 7 years 8 months ago

Fantastic News: the current issue of Australian Woman's Day magazine has a positive mention and cover shot of Mary O'Dwyer's new book - Hold It Mama - the pelvic floor and core handbook for pregnancy, birth and beyond. This is of course a Redsok publication.

Posted: 7 years 8 months ago

Just back from an excellent conference in Wagga Wagga on hand therapy.  Lots of enthusiastic physio and occupational therapists keen to lift their skills to even higher levels.  Congratulations to Amy and her team at Riverina Hand Therapy for organising one of the best events I have attended this year. It was an honour to be part of the program.

Posted: 8 years 2 weeks ago

What a fabulous weekend in Moree, NSW.  35 blokes and almost 60 gorgeous women participated in our men's and women's health workshops last weekend.  The men learned blokey stuff from Craig like how to lift safely, protect their shoulders, defend their prostate and reduce their waistlines. The women had a masterclass in pelvic floor preservation from the DownUnder Physio Mary O'Dwyer. The support and welcome from Moree people was once again country hospitality at its best.  Thanks Tina Clyne, their top notch physio who coordinated the event.

Posted: 8 years 4 months ago

After attending the International Continence Society Conference in Toronto, Craig and Mary visited the NY Sports Medicine Clinic in Manhattan.  We were invited to visit one of their three clinics by Adam Banks, their Business Director.  The end result was an agreement to contribute to their online presence - The PT Project blog with Mary initiating a women's health section. Check it out.

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