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How do I Exercise for Pain Management?

How do I Exercise for Pain Management?

Chronic pain affects over 3.6 million Australians and is the leading cause of disability. Exercise and movement are common treatments for chronic pain and play an integral part in rehabilitation for...

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Client Story: Sherrie’s Inspiring Journey

Client Story: Sherrie’s Inspiring Journey

Follow along with Sherrie and her remarkable journey towards achieving her unique goals to enhance her well-being. Her unwavering determination is a testament to the power of her uniquely tailored...

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Can Stroke Rehab Be Done At Home?

Can Stroke Rehab Be Done At Home?

Stroke survivors often require physiotherapy to regain their motor skills, which are often impaired as a result of the stroke. There are many ways to approach the physical therapy component, but...

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10 Surprising Facts About The Spinal Cord

10 Surprising Facts About The Spinal Cord

The spinal cord is an essential component of the body’s Central Nervous System (CNS). It starts at the cervical vertebrae (the neck) and runs down between the first and second lumbar vertebrae....

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Top 5 Indicators of Heart Condition

Top 5 Indicators of Heart Condition

It’s World Heart Day, and everyone’s attention is on how to maintain a healthy heart. Currently, heart disease is the leading cause of death in Australia, causing around 26% of all deaths in the...

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Tips to avoid injuries during exercise

Tips to avoid injuries during exercise

Whether you're an exercise enthusiast or starting your journey to a more active lifestyle, the last thing you want to happen is an unexpected injury. Common sports and exercise injuries include...

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Hydrotherapy – The Benefits of Water

Hydrotherapy – The Benefits of Water

If you’ve had any physical or exercise therapy before, chances are that you have heard mention of Hydrotherapy. Simply put, hydrotherapy describes any activity performed in water to assist with...

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The Benefits of Exercise for older adults

The Benefits of Exercise for older adults

It is well known that regular exercise is essential for healthy aging and can improve our overall health and fitness and reduce the risk of chronic conditions. Research shows that the proportion of...

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How Resistance Training benefits you

How Resistance Training benefits you

When you decide to begin exercising, there is always that initial decision about what type of exercise you will be doing. Whether you decide to walk, run, or play a sport, it is important that you...

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What is an Exercise Physiologist?

What is an Exercise Physiologist?

You might have heard of an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP), but wouldn’t be alone in not having a clear understanding of what it is that we actually do; it’s always one of the first questions...

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