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...

Arthritis affects 3.85 million Australians, and is the major cause of disability and chronic pain in Australia. It is an umbrella term for more than 100 medical conditions that affect...

Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Carly Ryan, answers your questions about swimming for older adults.   What are some of the benefits of swimming for older Australians?   Swimming is a great activity for cardiovascular health, and...