Is Cardio More Important Than Strength in Soccer?

Is Cardio More Important Than Strength in Soccer?

Thursday, March 26, 2020

In most cases, an all-around fitness program is going to be your best bet when it comes to soccer training. While cardio is obviously important to be a killer soccer player, it’s important not to overlook how much strength training will up your game. Read more

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How Does Speech Therapy Work for Adults?

How Does Speech Therapy Work for Adults?

Thursday, March 19, 2020

When we think of lisps and speech impediments, we often only think of children. Yet, there are many reasons why adults could benefit from speech therapy. Read more

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How to Predict a Hamstring Injury in AFL

How to Predict a Hamstring Injury in AFL

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Your hamstring refers to a group of muscles at the back of the thigh - the Semitendinosus, the Semimembranosus, and the Biceps femoris. A strained hamstring is one of the most common injuries in the AFL, causing players to miss countless games every season. Read more

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How Can Occupational Therapy Be Used to Treat Dementia?

How Can Occupational Therapy Be Used to Treat Dementia?

Friday, March 13, 2020

As our population continues to grow, the number of people over 65 grows as well. Age is the leading factor that causes dementia which means that the number of dementia cases is also likely to increase. Read more

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2 Things You Must Know About Corticosteroid Injections

2 Things You Must Know About Corticosteroid Injections

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Whether you know them as corticosteroid injections or cortisone shots, these anti-inflammatory miracles are used by physios and medical professionals all around the world to help with many kinds of pain. Read more

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What Role Does Physiotherapy Play in the Management of Cerebral Palsy?

What Role Does Physiotherapy Play in the Management of Cerebral Palsy?

Monday, March 09, 2020

Cerebral palsy is caused by damage to brain tissue that can affect a wide variety of functions. Although you may not associate cerebral palsy with physiotherapy, a physio can offer a lot of relief to people suffering from symptoms of cerebral palsy. Read more

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What exactly is being “jet-lagged” and can we overcome it?

What exactly is being “jet-lagged” and can we overcome it?

Thursday, March 05, 2020

Aussies experience a lot of jet lag. In order to visit most other countries, you’re looking at some pretty intense jet lag after as much as two whole days of air travel. It’s just the reality of living down under and so far away. Read more

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Why Exercise Is Great For Your Mental Health

Why Exercise Is Great For Your Mental Health

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

The topic of mental health, especially men’s mental health, has been at the forefront of many discussions over the last decade. With the rise of social media and our reliance on mobile phones, lack of human contact and reduced social confidence has skyrocketed. People seem less able to make friends in person and even hold a conversation in real-time. Long story short, in a totally connected world, we feel lonelier than ever. Read more

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10 Best Practices for Workplace Wellbeing

10 Best Practices for Workplace Wellbeing

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Workplace wellbeing is a hot topic in HR and it’s an ever-evolving term that encompasses a lot of variables. From encouraging healthier fitness habits among your employees to taking care of mental health issues when they present themselves, there are quite a few ways to help improve the workplace wellbeing in your office. Read more

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Here is What You Should Try to Speed Up Your Metabolism

Here is What You Should Try to Speed Up Your Metabolism

Monday, February 17, 2020

A fast metabolism seems to be what everyone is looking for. Here, we’re exploring what your metabolism is, whether or not fast and slow metabolisms even exist, and how to improve yours. Read more

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