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LP Support X-Tremus Range

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LP Support X-Tremus Range

Check out our latest video from Physio Phebe detailing the LP Support X-Tremus brace range and its innovative technology - how it works, and when to use it.  View the full X-Tremus range here: X-Tremus

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LP Support EmbioZ Compression Sleeve and Compression Apparel range

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LP Support EmbioZ Compression Sleeve and Compression Apparel range

Check out this video from Physio Phebe detailing  EmbioZ Compression technology and how it works to enhance sports performance through our unique 'Power' and 'Comfort' systems. View the full EmbioZ compression range here:  https://lpsupport.com.au/shop/category/compression-sleeve-clothing

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Why you need Support / Brace Product

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Why you need Support / Brace Product

Check out this video from our LP Support ambassador Physio Phebe around why you need support/brace product for both injury recovery (rehabilitation) and injury prevention (Functional) View the full range here including our 'Physio Zone' page where Phebe has recommendations for product based on specific symptoms or injury: www.lpsupport.com.au

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Child and adolescent head injury - general adivce

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Child and adolescent head injury - general adivce

Children often bump or bang their heads, and it can be difficult to tell whether an injury is serious or not. Any knock to the head is considered a head injury.

Head injuries are classified as mild, moderate or severe. Many head injuries are mild and simply result in a small lump or bruise. Mild head injuries can be managed at home, but if your child has received a moderate or severe injury to the head, they need to see a doctor.

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Joint Supports

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Joint Supports
Joint supports play a role in both injury recovery and injury prevention and hence why there are different types. I’ll explain the difference and when and why you might need a joint support.

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