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What’s so serious about CVD? According to the World Health Organisation, the top three leading causes of death globally are cardiovascular diseases. While this is a scary statistic, the silver lining is that a lot of risk factors that lead to CVD are modifiable. While there are also non-modifiable risk factors such as age, gender, ethnicity and family history, there

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The Heartbreaking Truth about Cardiovascular Disease and How to Keep Your Ticker Ticking

Climbing. What’s not to love? The sport of climbing will help keep you fit, explore movement patterns you might not have even thought of since you were a kid, unite you with a likeminded community and have a tonne of fun at once. It is no wonder we’ve seen a surge in popularity recently in

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Climbing to your peak: A rock climbing blog

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome can be an elusive one. A frustrating pain that you can’t quite put your finger on, that often doesn’t make any sense, and certainly has an impact on your quality of life. In this blog, we will take a deep dive into chronic pelvic pain syndrome and what it entails.What is

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Chronic Pelvic Pain – Don’t let pain down there get you down

Undergoing your prostate cancer journey is surely a daunting one. With the prospect of cancer, having to undergo a prostatectomy and what the recovery might look like is often an afterthought. Unfortunately, recovery from a prostatectomy is no easy feat and there are some complications that come from having prostate surgery: incontinence and erectile dysfunction.

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Prostatectomy – a journey through recovery

Our exercise physiologists are looking forward to a break but want you to be able to continue with your routine over the summer– so we’ve compiled a list of at home exercises you can do, wherever you are, whoever you’ve got staying with you and no matter how many glasses of champagne you had at the work Christmas function.

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Problems with your pee? – probably your prostate

Our exercise physiologists are looking forward to a break but want you to be able to continue with your routine over the summer– so we’ve compiled a list of at home exercises you can do, wherever you are, whoever you’ve got staying with you and no matter how many glasses of champagne you had at the work Christmas function.

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Avoiding the Christmas creep – at home exercises to get you through the holidays

The game of golf has the completely undeserved reputation as a low impact sport that you play in retirement. Most pro-golfers will testify to the strain the game puts on a player’s body and those of us who play socially know that playing well requires high levels of flexibility and athletic ability. Like all sport, there’s plenty of ways that you can ensure you’re performing at your best – read more here for injury prevention tips

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Back in the swing of things: the PGA Tour on in Brisbane this month

So, you’re keen to give the Noosa Triathlon a go. As your local physio experts, we’re here to help you have make the most of your time and training, in a safe and healthy way. Here are some key tips to keep in mind as you prepare.

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Prepare for success at the Noosa Tri

Think of injury prevention as ‘prehab” or a way of minimising time spent on the sideline with injuries. But, strength and conditioning is not just something for elite athletes to focus on – it can benefit all of us.

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The Importance of Strength and Conditioning

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