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Randall Cooper: Physiotherapist and founder of Premax

May 12, 2020 1 min read

Randall Cooper: Physiotherapist and founder of Premax

Our #RecoverBetter campaign brings you inside knowledge and expert advice on how to manage injury recovery and adversity both physically and mentally. 

This episode, we chat to sports physiotherapist Randall Cooper, founder of PREMAX who talks to us about the fundamental building blocks of recovery:

  • Mindset
  • Accurate diagnosis
  • Icing and compression
  • Sensible movement
  • Managing chronic injuries
  • Technology for recovery

For more physical injury support and pain relief check out our range of joint-specific BodyICE Recovery compression ice packs. 

And our Mental Training Guided Visualisationsto help you mentally deal with injury and setbacks. 

 

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