Published: 21 Apr 2015
The benefits of exercise are far greater than just burning calories from a recent indulgence. In fact, the many reasons to exercise include reducing inflammation from arthritis and related conditions, reducing the risk of other chronic diseases and easing joint pain. Four studies provide even more reasons to exercise.
Published: 13 Apr 2015
Some Doctors and Oncologists suggest using Oncology Massage Therapy as a complementary therapy to cancer treatment. Considered helpful in decreasing the stress and anxiety associated with cancer, Oncology Massage Therapy is also recommended as a treatment of easing cancer-related pain.
Published: 27 Mar 2015
Between what you hear on TV and read in books, magazines and on the internet; sorting nutrition fact from fiction can be challenging. But it doesn’t have to be. Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) are more than just weight loss experts.
Published: 11 Mar 2015
After a thorough assessment of my physical wellbeing and capacity I commenced a program designed to build my strength and mobility.
Published: 14 Jan 2015
Regular physical activity not only minimizes the physiological effect of ageing and sedentary lifestyles, but also increases active life expectancy.
Published: 05 Dec 2014
There are tremendous benefits to be achieved through regular massage therapy.
Published: 20 Nov 2014
Do you know we offer three different types of Pilates? Each one is slightly different and may suit individuals with different needs.
Published: 06 Jul 2014
For the elderly the focus of exercise is to increase or maintain muscle mass and strength, and address risk factors for falls, particularly any difficultly in balance and walking ability.
Published: 30 Jun 2014
Life Care Active is pleased to announce the availability of a new evidence based exercise intervention for individuals living with Parkinson’s.