More than 16,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year. In Australia Prostate cancer is one of the most frequently diagnosed cancers accounting for 23.1% of new cancers diagnoses amongst men.READ MORE
Pool based exercise also known as hydrotherapy provides many benefits. The weightless environment of water takes the load off your joints facilitating pain free movement giving you the chance to improve strength and flexibility.READ MORE
The odds are someone you know has been affected by cancer, either yourself or someone close to you. Statistically by the time you reach 85 every second person you know will develop it. Luckily today’s treatment outcomes are more effective than ever.
We’ve come a long way since pregnant women were isolated, restricted to their beds and referred to as being in “a delicate condition”. Today we know just how strong and amazing women’s bodies are — and that there’s a strong case for women being active throughout pregnancy.READ MORE
Many people worry that exercising with osteoarthritis could harm your joints and cause more pain. These beliefs rely on ancient outdated non-medical models of osteoarthritis and have simply been passed down and carried on from the pseudoscientific beliefs of the 1700’s.
Sport and exercise are great ways of getting involved in the community and being active, but what about when they do us harm? We’ve all had these injuries before and its true all physical activities carry some risk of injury.
Pool based exercise, also known as hydrotherapy, provides many health and fitness benefits to your exercise program. The weightless environment of water takes the load off your joints facilitating pain free movement and giving you the chance to improve strength and flexibility.