Treat plantar fasciitis at home | Prevent foot arch pain
Treat plantar fasciitis at home and prevent foot arch pain with our 7-step action plan.
Benefits of cryotherapy; what is it and how it works
Is your Instagram feed filled with people spruiking the benefits of ice baths and ocean swims in winter? Welcome to the world of cryotherapy. Cryot...
How the RE3 Compression Pack Can Help Patients Post Knee Surgery
Knee surgery can be a debilitating experience that affects people of all...
Prevent a shoulder injury with stability exercises
Prevent shoulder injuries with a few simple steps and stability exercises. We share our best tips to keep your shoulders healthy, strong and pain free.
Tennis elbow: treatment, causes and prevention
Tennis elbow can be painful, and doesn’t just affect tennis players. Learn more about tennis elbow treatment, causes and prevention.
Supporting frontline workers via the 365 Campaign
The 365 Campaign – proudly supported by RE3 – raises money and awareness about the mental health battles faced by emergency service workers.
The diary of a knee replacement | Surgery, recovery and rehab
What’s it like to have a knee replacement in your 40s? And how do you best manage your recovery? Sandii talks us through her own knee surgery.
Pain during breastfeeding | Get relief with breastfeeding ice packs
A breastfeeding ice pack can help relieve pain during breastfeeding, especially if you have engorgement, blocked milk ducts or mastitis.
A note from our founder
Founder and CEO Belinda Voigt shares her vision for RE3 – why she started the company, how she developed the product, and what she hopes to achieve.
How to prepare for long-distance cycling
Long-distance cycling can be fun and rewarding, but also gruelling. A little preparation goes a long way, so set yourself up for success with these 21 tips.
How to prepare for a marathon
Want to start training for a marathon and don’t know where to start? We spoke with elite athlete, Scott Cadby, about preparing for his first marathon
How to treat a soft tissue injury
For decades, the RICE method has been the general rule of thumb for treating sprains, strains and soft tissue injuries. The acronym translates to Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation. But this advice, first suggested by Dr Gabe Mirkin, has been the subject of recent vigorous debate. In this article, we look at the different schools of thought and dive into the scientific evidence for each.
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