- Emily Sando, Exercise Physiologist When a minor trip in the garden can change your life… Here’s the scenario – my patient goes walking everyday, they have a healthy diet and sit...
- Cameron Craig, Physiotherapist Muscle strains and tears just before the end of the season can stop your season in its tracks but what’s the best way of dealing with these...
With thanks to our friends at Charted Society of Physiotherapy (UK), John Paul is sharing with you the 4 biggest myths when it comes to back pain.
Is running actually bad for your knees? - Craig Ellis, Physiotherapist A line generally used by people to avoid running or doctors who are stuck in an outdated school of thought that...
- Cameron Craig, Physiotherapist The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is a major component within the knee joint and is a common topic of conversation in the sporting population.
Attention women in your 40’s! It’s time to talk “Peri-Menopause” Lee-Ann Fitzpatrick, Naturopath What is Peri-Menopause Anyway? We hear a lot about menopause….
If you have breast cancer, or are a breast cancer survivor – you should be exercising regularly. Here’s 6 reasons why.
Emily Sando, Accredited Exercise Physiologist Happy Women’s Health Week 2019! This year I’m focusing on my top 6 reasons why breast cancer sufferers and survivors should be exercising.
Is reaching 10,000 steps a day really what we should aim for? STEPtember is almost here, so I thought it would be a great time to talk about activity tracking.
Exercise is really important for the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes. But it’s not as simple as just going for a walk. An Exercise Physiologist can help you to figure out the best way forward in terms of managing diabetes and exercise.
Exercise is important as it not only impacts insulin and glucose response, but it also treats comorbidities such as obesity and high blood pressure at the same time.