3 February 2020
by Hayley Harwood
Currently in Australia, 1 in 2 men and women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. However, cancer survival has improved over time and recent figures show that 7 in 10 people will live longer than 5 years post-diagnosis. It is widely accepted that regular exercise participation reduce...
28 October 2019
by Elizabeth Hughes
As humans, we have an innate affiliation with nature and the outdoors that stems from our hunter gatherer ancestors existing in the natural environment for thousands of years. So it's really no surprise that we still get a myriad of health benefits from being outdoors today!
4 September 2018
by Olivia French
How Exercise Physiology can help manage Type 2 diabetes
What is Type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition, characterised by elevated fasting blood glucose levels due to the body's reduced ability to produce enough, or respond to, the hormone insulin. If left untrea...
10 January 2017
Mums and Bubs classes - from 6 weeks
Specialised intimate pilates classes with your baby. Classes instructed by our Specialised Womens Health Physiotherapist - Becky Martin.
INITIAL ASSESSMENT - $85 (with Physio)
CASUAL MAT CLASSES - $25 per hour
10 VISIT PASS - $230 (v...
23 November 2016
If you find you are experiencing an episode of leakage you are probably not alone! 1 in 3 women experience some form of leakage for a variety of reasons many of which are entirely treatable.
Statistics show that 70% of people with urinary incontinence do not seek advice or treatment for th...