January 31, 2021

Exercise Physiology

Why Falling over is Bad:Have you had a fall?Know somebody that has had a fall?Worried about having a fall?Answered YES to any of those questions? Then keep reading, because exercise can actually help to reduce your risk of falling and optimise independence and quality of life.A fall is an unintentional event that results from a person

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January 1, 2021

Exercise Physiology

Exercise and Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD:What do I do with my clients in the gym? Firstly, in our private Clinic in Canberra, we sit down and come up with a game plan and get to know each other. Then we exercise in a safe private 1 on 1 gym environment using a range of whole

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December 20, 2020

Exercise Physiology

Why exercise is ImportantEhlers Danlos syndrome (EDS) refers to a group of genetic disorders that affect the connective tissue which gives structure to joints, muscles, blood vessels, and organs. In Canberra, you have Exercise Physiologists, who will tailor your exercise program to you. Symptoms vary from person to person, depending on the type of EDS. A common symptom

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October 5, 2020

Exercise Physiology

Why Exercise will Help your Mental Health in The WorkplaceWhile in the Australian Public Service or in a Private Company, we can all take steps to improve our own mental health, and build our resilience – our ability to cope with adversity. Self-care is a skill that needs to be practised. It isn’t easy especially

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October 4, 2020

Exercise Physiology

Stroke Rehab Stroke is life-changing. Besides physical health, it affects a person’s emotional wellbeing, family and finances. For most survivors, recovery is not about going back to how they were before the stroke. People tell me that, for them, recovery means being supported to get on with their lives and achieve the best possible, individual, quality

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