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Camilla Williams - 16 August 2018

Would you like to know how healthy your gut is?

Would you like to know if your genetic make up indicates if you are a low or high responder to cardiorespiratory fitness training?

Would you like over $5000 worth of supervised exercise training and health checks?.......

 

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Knee Osteoarthritis

Exercise Physiology Brisbane - 12 September 2017

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common degenerative disorder that affects many people and can cause significant pain and disability. There can be many causes for the onset of OA including general wear and tear, age, obesity and injury. Despite how common this is across the population, the exact mechanism for how it begins remains poorly understood. The condition itself is characterised by a degradation of articular cartilage, which through various complex mechanisms, leads to alterations to the joint structure and ultimately causing pain and loss of function. The most common site for OA to appear is in the knee, and the most common symptom reported by people seeking treatment for knee OA is pain. This combination can lead to significant reduction of function if no treatment is received....

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Gut Microbiome

By Exercise Physiology Brisbane - 17th May 2017

In a recent human cross-sectional study (39 subjects; diet, age and body-mass controlled), VO2peak (cardiovascular fitness) was associated with greater production of butyrate and gut microbial diversity.....

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Gluteus Medius

By Exercise Physiology Brisbane - 29th September 2016

We have been focusing on gluteus medius (or glute med) of late because of the role it plays in standing and walking. The glute med is a lateral stabiliser of the pelvis and is imperative in stability during foot strike. A lateral shift and/or drop of the pelvis is often associated with poor glute med control which increases...

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Cerebral Palsy: The Importance of Exercise

Exercise Physiology Brisbane - 7th July 2016

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a broad term referring to disorders of the brain that have resulted in lack of motor control or spasticity of the muscular system. CP is the most common disability in children within Australia, with a child being born with CP every 15 hours......

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Archived Articles

Plums and Weight Loss

28th February 2016

Mental Health and Diet

24th November 2015

Lower Back Pain

1st July 2015

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

30th August 2014

Piriformis Syndrome and Tethering: The Role of Exercise Physiology

27th July 2014