Not taking advantage of exercise physiology could potentially hurt you, so it is important that you take the time to look into what we can offer you. If you have been injured as a result of playing a certain sport or some physical activity, exercise physiology can help speed up the healing process and get […]
It’s 2017, and it’s January, so you know what that means—Resolutions. Over 20% of us will make a resolution to lose weight and get healthier. The problem is, few of us actually know where to turn to for advice that works. Most of us realise that eating our greens and exercising at least three times […]
Watch this video to understand chronic pain in 5 minutes.
As the flu season starts to hit – here are some questions you may have about exercising. I’m sure I am getting a cold, should I continue to exercise or is it best to rest? Light exercise such as walking can help to keep your immune strong so if you think you are coming down […]
The workplace is recognised as a priority setting for health promotion by the World Health Organization and the Australian Government. The cost of absenteeism in Australia is estimated at $7 billion each year, yet research shows that workplace health programs resulted in a 25% decrease in sick leave absenteeism, 41% decrease in workers compensation costs, 24% decrease […]
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Follow this non-athlete as he realises you don’t have to be a marathoner to benefit from an exercise plan. Click on the picture to watch the video.
Understanding Pain: What to do about it in less than five minutes? New evidence based approaches to chronic pain management.
See one woman’s journey through a world of food temptations to learn which choices can help her (and you) lead a healthier lifestyle. Click on the picture to watch the video.
Although the health benefits of physical activity for elderly persons are well established, exercise is an underused form of health promotion, especially in the elderly population. Physicians must play a more active role in motivating their patients to exercise. Clinicians historically have not actively promoted physical activity and sometimes have even actively discouraged activity. […]