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Exercising for chronic conditions

Exercise can be used as medicine to help to prevent and manage a wide range of chronic conditions, including diabetes and some cancers.

If you’re living with a chronic condition, injury or illness, an Accredited Exercise Physiologist is the best person to help you get moving again. They understand the challenges and will work with you (and your doctor) to prescribe safe and effective exercise interventions.

  • Cancer – Exercise helps to reduce your risk of developing certain cancers, but is also a valuable tool for those undergoing treatment or recovering from cancer.
  • Women’s Health – Exercise can help to prevent and manage a range of women’s health conditions. From pregnancy through to menopause, find out how to Exercise Right for women’s health.
  • Diabetes – Regular physical activity reduces your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. For those who have been diagnosed with diabetes, exercise can help to manage the condition by controlling insulin levels.
  • Mental Health – Exercise decreases your risk of depression and anxiety, whilst helping to improve mood, energy levels and self-esteem.

Education

Weight loss seminars

To equip individuals with the right tools to lose weight through exercise.

Diabetes seminars

Educating people on how to tackle their diabetes through exercise


Women’s health

Ladies, listen up!

As women, movement is crucial for maintaining our health. Despite that, more than half (54%) of Australian women aren’t getting the recommended amount of physical activity. Exercise can help to prevent and manage a range of women’s health conditions.  Let’s take a look at how to Exercise Right for you!

  • Menopause
  • Mental Health
  • Prolapse
  • Pregnancy

For Doctors – exercise for chronic conditions

Exercise can be used as medicine to help to prevent and manage a wide range of chronic conditions, including diabetes and some cancers.

If you’re living with a chronic condition, injury or illness, an Accredited Exercise Physiologist is the best person to help you get moving again. They understand the challenges and will work with you (and your doctor) to prescribe safe and effective exercise interventions.

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