Acquired Brain Injury and Exercise

Acquired Brain Injury and Exercise

Acquired brain injury (ABI) refers to damage to the brain that occurs after birth. Potential causes for an ABI include stroke, neurodegenerative conditions, trauma to the head, lack of oxygen to the brain, drug and alcohol abuse and infection.   The resulting...

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Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS)

Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS)

Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) are a group of hereditary disorders that effect the connective tissue of the body. EDS disorders are varied in the ways they affect the body and in their genetic causes. The underlying concern is due to the abnormal structure or function...

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Time to Get Moving!

Time to Get Moving!

The recommended amount of exercise per week sits at 150 minutes, or 20 minutes per day as a minimum. Sadly, less than 50% of Australian adults reach this recommendation, placing a tremendous strain on the healthcare system. It is estimated that each year, over 1...

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Exercise and Breast Cancer

Exercise and Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer affecting women. Historically, patients were told to rest while undertaking cancer treatment such as chemotherapy and radiation. Research now supports the opposite and we understand that exercise is an essential part of...

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Exercising Post Mastectomy

Exercising Post Mastectomy

A Mastectomy is a type of breast cancer treatment that involves surgically removing the breast tissue (either whole or partially). It is also used as a preventative measure if there is a risk of developing breast cancer in the future. If both breasts are removed it is...

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