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  1. Why is stretching so important?

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    It’s been drilled into us since primary school in P.E. class, and it’s become routine in our personal training sessions, but why is stretching so important?

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  2. Spotlight on: Osteoarthritis and exercise

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    Fiona from Back In Motion Brighton in South Australia discusses Osteoarthritis and how low impact exercise can help.

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  3. What is Osteoporosis and how your physio can help manage symptoms

    What is Osteoporosis?

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    Osteoporosis is a disease of the bones, whereby the bone loses minerals, such as calcium, faster than the body can replace it.

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  4. Physios guide to exercise for older adults

    Exercise for Older Adults

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    You’ve probably heard the phrase “use it or lose it” more than enough times throughout your life, and when it comes to exercising in our later years, it’s an important phrase to remember!

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  5. How to minimise preeclampsia symptoms

    What Is Preeclampsia & How To Reduce Your Risk

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    What is Preeclampsia? Preeclampsia is a condition which women are at risk of after the 20th week of their pregnancy where the mother develop issues such as high blood pressure, protein in the urine and swelling.  It can be extremely dangerous for both the mother and the unborn child and requires close monitoring by medical professionals to ensure symptoms do not progress.

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