Hydrotherapy is a type of exercise therapy done in a heated pool. It has a wide range of benefits and is used to target and treat a variety of conditions....

Many people living with Osteoarthritis avoid exercise for fear that it'll worsen their symptoms. So, can you exercise safely with osteoarthritis? We asked Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Zac O'Rourke, to give...

Arthritis is a broad term describing a range of inflammatory conditions affecting bones, muscles and joints. Symptoms often include pain, stiffness, swelling and redness in affected joints. Around 3.9 million...

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...

What is an autoimmune disease? The body’s immune system protects us from disease and infection by attacking bad bacteria in the body. An autoimmune disease is when the immune system is...

Exercise plays a pivotal role in the management and treatment of arthritis, but it is important to minimise the impact running can have on the joints – and actually enjoy...

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) affects up to 1% of the Australian population and is one of the most common types of arthritis in the community.   Our immune system normally focuses on fighting...

As an Accredited Exercise Physiologist the most common question from my clients is: "Should I exercise now that I have arthritis - and if so, what type and how much is...