About Meg Your Chronic Pain Therapist

Last updated on April 5, 2024

Meet Meg Swann

She is a recent graduate of the University of Canberra, where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology & Rehabilitation. Her passion for health and wellness led her to pursue this field of study and has since become a certified Exercise Physiologist.

Read Meg's recent articles below:

Osteoprosis and You and Pain:Osteoporosis is a condition characterised by a decrease in bone density, which can lead to an increased risk of fractures. Exercise is a key component in preventing and managing osteoporosis. It not only improves muscle strength and balance, but also stimulates bone growth and improves bone density.Exercise can play a huge

Pain and Running in CanberraDo you get pain during or after your run? Perhaps shin pain? Foot pain? Lower back pain?What training are you doing in the gym to support your running? If the answer is “not much ”or “nothing structured” then perhaps we can help you.Strength training for runners is a necessity if you

DVA Exercise Physiology, Chronic Pain, PTSD and YouIf you have a DVA Gold Card the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) will pay for Exercise Physiology services to meet your needs here in Canberra.  If you have a DVA White Card, DVA will pay for Exercise Physiology services if they are required because of an accepted

The Benefits of Exercising When You Have Prostate CancerExercise and prevention of prostate cancer if you live in Canberra. Established scientific evidence shows that regular and vigorous physical exercise prevents and help treat some prostate cancers. Limits Negative Side Effects of ChemoRegular Exercise during the treatment of your Prostate can limit the felling of you being sick. Increases

10 Key Points To Reduce Knee Osteoarthritis PainRegular and consistent movement must happen daily Exercise can promote lymph drainage of a swollen kneeBeing physically active can reduce the likelihood of other joint pain occurring Supervised strength training of the legs must happen at least 3 times a weekConsistent movement can help to increase the efficacy of everyday

Key  Points For Exercising With Breast Cancer Resistance training can help increase pain free ROM where cording is present Exercise can promote lymph drainage Being physically active can reduce the likelihood of cancer recurrence Exercise before, during, and after a cancer journey can help reduce various side effects of treatmentExercise can help to increase the efficacy