Archive for Category: Rehabilitation

Accredited Exercise Physiologist- Who are you?

So what is an Exercise Physiologist and how can they help you? Simply put an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is a university qualified Allied Health Professional who specialises in exercise prescription for improved health outcomes. With a minimum four (4) years of university study, AEP’s have the knowledge and skills to design, deliver and evaluate

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Understanding the Link between Training, Injury and Success

Training plays a vital part in optimising athletic performance. It must be of adequate volume and high enough quality to not only improves performance, but also to keep the athlete injury free. Over the past few years, scientific research has tried to better understand the relationship between training load and injury. Understanding Load: Training loads

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Footy Finals are nearly here; but how do our idol players recover after these big games?

Recovery is as important as training. Sport is such an integral part of the Australian community. AFL, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Soccer, Hockey; it doesn’t matter which sport it is, Aussies love it! Our sports stars need to recover after these big games week to week, but here are some of their simple secrets that

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Cerebral Palsy and Alter G Rehabilitation

Cerebral Palsy is an umbrella term that refers to a group of disorders that affects a person’s movement patterns and posture, as a result of damage to the brain during pregnancy or shortly after birth. Although Cerebral Palsy is a permanent life-long condition, some of the signs/symptoms of Cerebral Palsy can potentially improve or worsen over time.

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