Losing some of our balance is part of the ageing process. This can become a problem for older adults, making them more susceptible to falls and injury. The good news?...

As we progress through life, our body is challenged in different ways. Menopause is no different. So, how should you adapt your exercise for menopause? Australian women typically experience menopause between...

Sarcopenia can affect anyone from the age of 40 but might not show it's real signs until later years. Accredited Exercise Physiologist Matthew Hollings specialises in this area and took...

Throughout the lifespan our bones are constantly changing. In later life this change often leads to bones becoming brittle and weak, termed as osteopenia or osteoporosis. Currently 4.74 million Australians...

Mary* is living with Osteoporosis; Osteoarthritis in shoulders, knees and hands; Type 2 Diabetes; Hypertension; High Cholesterol; and Asthma.   Mary was referred for in-home exercise physiology services through a six week...

Being physically active is important for all ages. That importance doesn't diminish as we get older, but our activity levels tend to. The Australian population is ageing, and with older age...

Bone health is essential at all stages of life. We develop peak bone mass in our 20’s - however bone density needs to be maintained as we grow older with...