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Chronic Disease Management

Chronic Disease Management

What conditions can exercise help with? It’s a fact that a guided exercise program can help with illnesses and chronic health issues.  These health conditions include: type 2 diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, arthritis, hypertension, cancer recovery, long term injuries The physiological benefits you may experience from increasing your activity is improved muscle mass, balance, weight loss,…

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Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiologists are much more than ‘personal trainers’ As opposed to gym-style personal trainers, exercise physiologists are university qualified and can help people who have medical conditions as well as athletes with injuries needing help with their performance and fitness. Exercise physiologists use an “exercise is medicine” approach and aim to prevent or manage acute,…

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Strength & Conditioning

What are the benefits of strength and conditioning? Whether you are just trying to stay fit, a recreational sportsperson or an elite athlete, you will benefit from strength and conditioning training. Strength and conditioning training will help you with your speed, agility, power and flexibility,  specific to your sport or activity. This training will also help decrease…

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Rehabilitation – Workers Comp

How can Exercise Physiology help return to work? If you’re injured at work,  we can help to restore your function and get you back to pre-injury health.. Workplace injuries are often due to repetitive tasks and referred to as Occupational Overuse Syndrome (known previously as RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) While we use exercise as therapy…

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Running Injury Prevention

What makes running so good for us? Running is probably the most efficient form of exercise you can do. You get a great workout in minimal time. And we are all time-poor, right? Running ticks almost every box when it comes to what you can do for ideal fitness. Isn’t running easy Running is much…

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