There are almost 200,000 allied health professionals in Australia, delivering an estimated 200 million health services annually. This International Allied Health Professionals Day, we thought we’d celebrate these hard-working Aussies by highlighting the...

Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a type of arthritis that mainly affects the spine. Although there is no known cause or cure, exercise can the helpful for managing the pain and...

I firmly believe that quality strength training is an absolute must for ALL populations. This view is generally supported by anecdotal evidence and an ever-growing body of research. However, there’s...

For those living with lupus, finding the energy to exercise can be challenging. So, should you exercise or just rest? We asked an exercise physiologists if it's safe to exercise...

Exercise can help you to recover from cancer, but it can also be the last thing you feel like doing after treatment. There's a lot of factors you need to...

This National Diabetes Week, Exercise Right wants to highlight the fact that exercise can be used as medicine to both prevent and manage type 2 diabetes. Whether you're at risk...

Bowel cancer is the third most common form of cancer in Australia. So what causes bowel cancer, why is it so prevalent and what can we do about it? Also called...