OVERCOMING PAIN & GETTING BACK IN THE GAME WITH FORMER AFL STAR HEATH SCOTLAND
by PainPod Australia
Heath Scotland Went From A Daily Struggling With Movement To Playing Footy Again With PainPod™
I don’t know about you, but I can certainly say I take my ability to walk from A to B for granted, daily. For people like former Collingwood and Carlton Football Club AFL player Heath Scotland, that basic necessity wasn't always readily available.
“When I finished,” Scotland explained when asked about his retirement from professional AFL, “I was struggling to get up and down stairs. It was just movement. I couldn't run for days. .. I struggled a lot with movement, and in the end that’s sort of why I pulled the pin.”
After 268 games across two different clubs, Heath Scotland was eventually forced to retire due to a degenerative ankle injury. Movement and pain was getting the best of him. It was time to fight back.
“Since I have found the PainPod... to be able to help overcome the pain and injuries, to be able to run and train three days a week... it’s been fantastic.”Said Heath. “Although I am older and getting a bit slower and stuff like that, it’s fun to still play with mates - and pain free is important.”
Has injury, surgery or pain limited your ability to move like it did for former AFL player Heath Scotland?
Pain can be debilitating and difficult to overcome - particularly for those who are limited by movement phobia. PainPod™ is an excellent physical therapy tool because it stimulates the muscles around joints and blocks pain, so you can get back to doing what you love to do.
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