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Exercise Physiology

Mobility is becoming a universal term encompassing all things that mobilise human tissue. It’s a simple equation   Mobility = Mobilise Mobilise = To Prepare and organise is that you are Capable of movement     Human tissue (muscles, fascia, ligaments and tendons) has a fantastic ability to adapt to any...

Written by Amy Wright (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Osteoarthritis is one of the top ten disabling diseases in developed countries. There are approximately 2.1 million people living with this debilitating disease in Australia (Australia Institute of Health and Welfare. 2017). What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint...