Posted March 20, 2019 06:53:24Body works lab is an Australian company that focuses on developing and manufacturing body works equipment for surgeons, physiotherapists, podiatrists and body-conscious individuals.
It’s a niche field with a growing following and an ambitious vision.
A spokeswoman for the company said it’s not a body-shaming organisation.
But she added that its clients can expect to find a variety of types of body work equipment, and that its products can help them to achieve a more efficient, pain-free and enjoyable bodywork experience.
“The majority of the work done is not for the body,” she said.
“However, our clients can often find products that enhance their body’s wellbeing.”
Somebody works lab equipment is often referred to as a body kit or bodywork.
“Our clients often say that the body work is something they can do when they’re bored, and the equipment is a way to take care of their body.”
Ms O’Keefe said her company had sold its first line of body works to surgeons, but the technology it used was not widely available and that it was not yet certified as a BodyWorks lab.
She said the equipment could be used to treat serious conditions such as arthritis, cancer, burns, chronic fatigue, heart problems and more.
“I think there’s a lot of potential to use the technology in a way that would help the patients and help them in a meaningful way,” she explained.
“There’s a good chance that one day the technology will be certified as the bodyworks that it is today, so we can use it for all sorts of purposes.”
Ms McQuade said there were three main categories of bodyworks: Bodyworks designed to enhance a patient’s wellbeing, Bodywork designed to treat a specific disease or condition, and Bodyworks that help a person to lose weight.
“Bodyworks are really important to the healthcare industry in Australia because they can provide comfort and safety for patients and we have a great opportunity to help people lose weight,” she told 7.30.
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