GET TO KNOW THE FLAWLESS MOTION
The company is owned and operated by Dr Margie Olds, a leading physiotherapist, specialising in shoulder rehabilitation.
Margie’s passion for helping people recover from a shoulder injury and surgery led to the design of the Flawless Motion shoulder brace system. Since its inception in 2006, the Flawless Motion system has been considered a market leader in shoulder rehabilitative care and further injury prevention, a position the range maintains to this day.
Margie’s PhD research on the risk factors for recurrent shoulder dislocations and her Master's thesis investigated the tissue properties of people with shoulder instability continue to support years of experience working hands-on with professional sportspeople and surgery patients.
Widely used and recommended by orthopaedic surgeons, both before and after surgery, customers of Flawless Motion shoulder braces can be confident they are accessing a product developed and recommended by industry and medical professionals.
Our mission is to help people with shoulder injuries to aid their recovery and optimise their rehabilitation.
We promise to optimise your shoulder recovery through a leading brace design.
Our braces are designed to optimise your rehabilitation and provide the best support to your shoulder that we can.
While we can’t guarantee that you won't get injured wearing one of our braces, you can be assured that we have done everything we can to limit your risk of further injury while wearing one of our braces.
We also promise to deliver your brace to you as soon as possible, enabling you to continue your recovery journey.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER - DR MARGIE OLDS
Working closely with orthopaedic surgeons, Margie operates a specialist shoulder consultancy with the Auckland Shoulder Clinic, in New Zealand. She speaks internationally at shoulder conferences and seminars.
Margie has worked at the Physio School of AUT University and is currently collaborating with a research team at the University of Otago (NZ) and the University of Kentucky (USA). She recently collaborated to write a book chapter on shoulder instability for clinicians.
Before 2006, Margie spent time as team physio for the Great Britain Olympic Canoe and Kayak Team. Her contact with professional sportsmen and women continues across multiple disciplines, including rugby and netball.
Margie has also published several research articles investigating the use of clinical tests to ensure people safely return to sport after a shoulder injury.
These examinations, referred to as “Shoulder Arm Return to Sport tests (SARTS)” are taught online to therapists at her website www.margieolds.com