The Exercise Clinic provides exercise rehabilitation services specialising in the management and prevention of chronic and complex conditions. The Clinic employs university-qualified Exercise Physiologists and Exercise Specialists who work together to assess, prescribe and deliver exercise-based programs which optimise health outcomes.
Type 2 diabetes is sometimes described as a ‘lifestyle disease’ because it is more common in people who do insufficient physical activity and are overweight or obese. It is strongly associated with high blood pressure, high cholesterol and an ‘apple’ body shape, where excess weight is carried around the waist.....
Cancer and cancer treatments can make a person feel too tired to exercise. However, studies show that regular, moderate physical activity can help a person who has cancer to cope with the disease and the side effects of treatment....more
Cardiovascular disease is caused by disorders of the heart and blood vessels-
Exercise has beneficial effects on CV morbidity and mortality rates and several risk factors. Physical in-activity directly impacts blood pressure, cholesterol levels and weight gain, therefore may be the most significant modifiable risk factor..
Arthritis-related problems include pain, stiffness, inflammation and damage to joint cartilage (the tissue that covers the ends of bones, enabling them to move against each another) and surrounding structures.
Our programs provide a most effective treatment for arthritis. They can help to improve mobility and flexibility of joints, muscle strength, posture and balance. You most likely will feel decreased pain, fatigue, muscle tension and stress.....more
Osteoporosis is characterised by the loss of calcium and tissue in skeletal bones, which reduces their strength and makes them susceptible to fracturing (breaking).
A sedentary lifestyle, poor posture, poor balance and weak muscles increase the risk of fractures. Our programs are effective in improving bone health in valuable ways,
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“The difference is the expertise of the staff. The exercise physiologists are true professionals, applying their up to date knowledge to design an exercise program for each client which is catered on his/her needs and limitations. Having designed a program the exercise physiologist set realistic goals, which they then motivate their clients to achieve by close personal support and encouragement” (Dr) Keith H
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