Diabetes & Exercise

Diabetes is the fastest growing chronic condition in Australia, with over 280 new diagnosis’s being made daily. Diabetes is commonly classified as either Type 1 or Type 2. Type 1 is where the pancreas is unable to produce insulin/glucose, and is often diagnosed at a young age. Type 2 is where the body stops producing the required amount of...

Fibromyalgia and Exercise

Fibromyalgia is a chronic illness affecting approximately 2-4% of the general population.  People living with Fibromyalgia may be diagnosed due to symptoms such as chronic widespread pain, sleep problems, difficulty with cognitive processing and increased fatigue or exhaustion. These symptoms can impact sufferers' mental and social health,...

Urinary Incontinence

Did you know that one in every three women who have had a baby wet themselves? Did you also know that women who have had a baby are almost three times as likely to have urinary incontinence than women who have not had a baby? In fact, one in five Australians aged 15 and over have some form of bladder control problem! Urinary incontinence (UI)...

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