Exercising With Osteoporosis – 5 Key exercise Recommendations

Exercising With Osteoporosis – 5 Key exercise Recommendations

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Exercise and bone health go hand in hand. Staying active and exercising properly is vital for the health of our bones. Like muscles, bone is living tissue that responds to exercise and can become stronger. Therefore, people who exercise regularly have higher bone density than those who do not. Read more

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Does Fibromyalgia Cause Sleep Problems

Does Fibromyalgia Cause Sleep Problems

Friday, October 11, 2019

One of the most common symptoms of fibromyalgia is poor sleep. Fibromyalgia is a spinal cord condition that causes pain and fatigue while also often affecting concentration and overall quality of life. Read more

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How Can Physiotherapy Help Osteoarthritis? What You Need to Know

How Can Physiotherapy Help Osteoarthritis? What You Need to Know

Friday, September 27, 2019

What is osteoarthritis? Read more

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How to Know if Speech Pathology for a 3-Year-Old is necessary?

How to Know if Speech Pathology for a 3-Year-Old is necessary?

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Every child develops differently and one child might hit a milestone before another. Still, both kids could be developing in a perfectly normal way. However, if you notice that your child isn’t babbling like their siblings or peers, it could be an indication of a problem.  Read more

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Nutrition for endurance cycling. How to fuel your body for those long rides

Nutrition for endurance cycling. How to fuel your body for those long rides

Monday, September 23, 2019

Sports nutrition is a tricky topic in our world of elimination diets and eating for weight loss. Athletes typically require a lot more food than the average person and understanding your requirements as a long-distance cyclist can be overwhelming. Read more

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The Ultimate Guide To Patellar Tracking Disorder

The Ultimate Guide To Patellar Tracking Disorder

Friday, September 20, 2019

Struggling with knee pain? Is it making everyday activities frustrating and unbearable? You might just have patellar tracking disorder. Read more

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Video Games And Gamer’s Thumb: What’s The Go?

Video Games And Gamer’s Thumb: What’s The Go?

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

These days, many of us find it hard to tear ourselves away from technology, whether it’s video games, texting, or spending the whole work day at your laptop. The last thing on your mind is injuries from such activities. Read more

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When can I go back to sport or exercise after injury?

When can I go back to sport or exercise after injury?

Friday, June 21, 2019

There is no simple answer to this unfortunately as there are many factors to consider. However, I do have a couple of simple rules to follow as a start.  Read more

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The Rise of Women’s Sport in Australia

The Rise of Women’s Sport in Australia

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Women’s sport, in terms of professionalisation and commercialisation, has made great strides in the last few years around the world. According to Nielsen, golf and tennis started the trend and now soccer especially has seen women achieve new records in sports media with over 150 million people tuning in to watch the UEFA Women’s Euro in 2017. Read more

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Why is it important to make cross training part of your exercise routine?

Why is it important to make cross training part of your exercise routine?

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

In achieving a goal of ultimate strength, health and fitness, injury prevention, improved performance, and endurance, it is important to use every tool and trick at your disposal. Cross training encourages athletes to avoid injuries, gain strength and increase flexibility, all the while avoiding boredom and the dreaded mental breakdown Read more

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