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Chronic Pain and Exercise Her Canberra

Thanks For Your Interest in the ‘Her Canberra’ Chronic Pain Exercise ClassThis is the only Semi-Private Chronic Pain Specific Exercise Class for Women I know of in Canberra.Unfortunately the class on the 24th of September 2019 is full.I will be running another few Free classes in October so please enter your information below to be involved.Many Thanks Daniel O Let me know that you want to join a FREE Class with …Read More

The 3 Best Sports Massages in Canberra

CANBERRA SPORTS MASSAGE   This type of treatment concentrates on all problem areas of the body to help relieve any pain or tension. A Sports Massage uses techniques such as deep tissue massage but can also include a light recovery massage after competition or vigorous rapid massage before an event. Divided into different parts of the city here are the Best Sport Massages in Belconnen, Canberra Centre and Tuggeranong. Accelr8 Rehab BelconnenAccelr8 Rehab …Read More

Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Canberra

Cardiac Rehab Exercise Canberra I conducted this case study on a 67 year old man who initially presented to the emergency department with shortness of breath and anxiety. Approximately 10 years previously he was diagnosed with asthma and hypertension.  On further evaluation by a cardiologist the man was diagnosed with chronic heart failure without any myocardial infarction or valvular heart disease. His clinical notes also indicated left atrial enlargement and left ventricular …Read More

Fibromyalgia Canberra

Is Exercise Physiology the Best Treatment for Fibromyalgia?There is plenty of evidence in science today that Fibromyalgia (FMS) does exist. Exercise Physiology and Massage Therapy are the two best treatment modalities for this complex syndrome. For you, it is important to find a balance between exercising too much and not doing anything at all. Massage or Soft Tissue Therapy manipulates the tissue to reduce tension throughout the body. Whilst exercise keeps you …Read More

Chronic Pain Canberra

Chronic Pain Canberra Chronic pain can be extremely debilitating. Unfortunately, one in five Australians experience chronic pain, this includes Canberra. It is associated with 40% of early retirements in Australia and is the third most costly health burden. The incidence of chronic pain is predicted to increase by 10% per decade for the next four decades. Chronic pain is when a person experiences pain that can range from intense, to a milder …Read More

Massage Belconnen

Massage BelconnenYou are in Belconnen and need a Massage, I (Daniel O’Sullivan) have provided for you all the leading Massage clinics for you in your favourite location of Belconnen.Accelr8 RehabOf Course, Accelr8 Rehab is the number one Massage Clinic in Belconnen if you have pain and discomfort. In particular, if you have chronic pain or persistent pain, a Massage or Myotherapy will reduce your pain and enable you to go about …Read More

Massage Canberra

Massage Canberra Everyone loves a good Massage. It can be the difference between having a good night’s sleep and being awake all night. Having a Massage in Canberra can take you from a stressful situation, to being able to breath easy and resolve your pain and discomfort. Most people agree that massage makes you feel good. But what does it really do for you? The Association of Massage Therapists (AMT) …Read More

Exercise and Movement are Two Different Things

Not everyone needs to exercise. In fact, only 5-6% of the population have a gym membership. Exercise sessions with a personal Trainer or exercise classes are out of reach for most of the population. This is because it takes money for a membership, the ‘right’ clothes, time, travel and many other variables for an exercise session to take place. Why then does society keep pushing exercise sessions on you? If …Read More

How to restore 4 Happy Hormones when you have Persistent Pain

How to restore 4 Happy Hormones when you have Persistent Pain Yes, there are happy hormones and you may be missing out. I have observed people in persistent pain change over the years because they are not receiving their fair share of happy hormones regularly throughout their body. Let me explain. There are hormones that mask physical pain, these are called endorphins. The release of endorphins within someone with persistent …Read More