“Jason Smith. Rarely do you get an opportunity to meet such a driven person with a holistic approach to health. This book is a powerful tool for anyone looking to function at their optimal and not get lost in the hype. You will own this book if you have a desire for the facts on health care and the courage to live a full and active life. This is a book & author with credibility.” Don Elgin
Triple Paralympic medalist (Atlanta, Sydney, Beijing)
Manager for Track (London)
“This book is a masterful compilation of self-help strategies by someone who knows what he is doing. It promises better health, longer living and more enjoyment of your physical world. The longer you wait to read and apply these insights…the more you’ll regret not having done it sooner. Every individual should own a copy – as it’s an essential resource for hospitals, medical surgeries, schools, sporting clubs and homes. You should be congratulated Jason.” Darren Stephens
#1 Bestselling Author “Natural Cures”
“I am constantly on the road training and competing and at times it’s difficult to manage and look after my body. I love this book – it’s a pocket physio!” Lydia Lassila Triple Olympic gold medalist (Salt Lake City, Turin, Vancouver) Awarded The Don award in 2010 by the Australian Sporting Hall of Fame
“These days, most of us struggle to find the right ‘health’ answers in the quantum of literature available in the media and online, as it overwhelms us with volume and contradicts itself. This is where Jason manages to take a step above the rest and provide the essential answers to long sought after questions that no one has dared to publish before. It is a book for the young and old, the educated and the uneducated and will definitely get you moving better than ever!” Cameron McEvoy
London 2012 Olympic Swim Team – 4 x 100m and 4 x 200m Free Relay.
Currently holds the Australian record in the 50m & 100m Freestyle Short Course which makes him the fastest 17 year old in history to have claimed these records.
“This book empowers you to achieve greater health and long term well-being. A simply fantastic guide that makes it easy for you to get moving and go the distance in life’s marathon.” Tammy Van Wisse
Has swam 1.5 times around the world (> 65,000km) and broken 6 world records (5 are still current).
“The idea is to never get injured. But if you live life to the full, it is bound to happen. The secret is to be proactive in your treatment and recovery, have the knowledge to ask the right questions to take the best advice. This is the suite of tools that Jason offers here.” Mark Inglis
First and only double amputee to summit Mount Everest (May 2006)
Officer of the NZ Order of Merit
Adventure Plus Ambassador for Scouts NZ
“Jason Smith is passionate about wellness and this book is another step in his quest to produce simple, accessible information which will help people improve their wellbeing and enhance their lives. Well done.” Anna-Louise Bouvier
Physiotherapist & Best-selling author/creator of ABC The Happy Body series.
“Physiotherapy is the science of teaching you how to improve your own physical health, and Jason’s book effectively allows you to take a physio home with you. The depth of health knowledge Jason and his dedicated team has collected is now accessible to all. Here is a passionate communicator, with a clear message for our time – “keep moving and you will stay young”. Dr Henry Wajswelner FACP
Specialist Sports Physiotherapist, Senior Lecturer in Sports Physiotherapy, Former AIS and Australian Olympic Team Physiotherapist
“Jason has been gifted with many talents, and one of these is his holistic approach to a patient’s condition. Jason’s desire to help many people through his practice, charity work and now this book Get Yourself Back In Motion will enable even more people to be reached. He has become something like a “Physio Google” with this book, to assist readers in their life and recovery.” Dr Peter Selvaratnam, Associate Clinical Professor, The University of Melbourne, Australia, Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, The Melbourne Spinal and Sport Physiotherapy Clinic, Author “Sports Physiotherapy” and Author and Editor “Headache Orofacial Pain and Bruxism”,
“Understanding your body and how it performs is the key to getting the most out of life. Having Jason’s book as a guide to help you achieve this is a great resource.” Linley Frame FINA Swimming World Championships Gold and double Silver medalist 1991. Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Athlete of the Year 1991. Olympian 1992. Poolside commentator for 1996 and 2000 Olympics.
“I have always believed that fitness is motion, and motion is life. Jason’s new book has captured the power of being able to move and be active for life. This is not only a good book for the regular person who wants a simple guide to living a more active life, but it also serves as a handbook for the health professional that spends every day trying to guide and motivate clients. Add this book to your library and make sure you get a copy for your friends too.” Thomas Plummer
Author, Fitness Business Consultant & founder of the National Fitness Business Alliance
“Over the past 30 years I have watched Olympic athletes in the relentless pursuit of high performance. Jason is passionately urging us to do the same with our own health. It is a goal worth chasing…So much in health, as in life, is easy to understand but hard to implement. Jason is providing us with the roadmap that helps us to be purposeful and disciplined and achieve our own paradigm shift as we chase a better physical life.” Peter Eckhardt
1992 Barcelona Olympian – slalom canoeing .
Coach and Team Physiotherapist for the Australian canoeing team Olympic Games 2000, 2004, 2008.
Head Physiotherapist Australian Team Beijing Olympics.
“After watching Jason build one of Australia’s largest and most successful physiotherapy groups, I’m impressed that he has moved on to offer people this concise guide to looking after your health. It should become a reference book for anyone that wants to stay healthy” Damian Mitsch, MBA, GDip ASM, FAICD
Past Executive, Australian Physiotherapy Association
Contributing Author, “Contexts of Physiotherapy”
“Jason is an innovative and passionate member of the APA and the physiotherapy community at large, and I commend his efforts in bringing these important social issues to the mainstream.” Cris Massis
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Physiotherapy Association