The gluteal tendons are the fibres that connect the gluteal muscles to your hip. Gluteal tendinopathy is an injury or pathology of these tendons, most commonly it is a result of repeatedly overloading the tendon.
Type II Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) affects 85-90% of all people with diabetes. Even though T2DM more commonly affects older adults, there are becoming more younger adults and children that are developing the condition.
Bariatric surgery involves reducing the size of the stomach with either a gastric sleeve, through removal of a portion of the stomach (lap sleeve gastrectomy) or gastric bypass surgery.
Around 1 in 6 Australians suffer with back pain each year (Australian Institute of Health & Welfare, 2017). Socialising, working or doing the things that you love may become demanding due to back pain which can in turn have a big impact on life; retiring early, loss of independence and a feeling of confinement. This is avoidable!! And changing thinking around misconceptions of back pain can be a starting point.
Without stating the obvious reason of without breathing we wouldn’t be alive. But the breathing system and our diaphragm is much much more than just that.
If your breathing is not normalised, then no other movement pattern can be (Hewitt 1980).
The GLA:D® program (Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark) is an education and exercise program developed by researchers in Denmark for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis (OA) symptoms.
Yoga is an ancient Indian philosophy that dates back thousands of years. It was designed as a path to spiritual enlightenment, but in modern times, the physical aspects of Hatha yoga have found huge popularity as a gentle form of exercise and stress management.
Truth be told, cancer is a curable disease that can also be prevented through lifestyle modification including changes in your exercise regime. It is vital for those who are diagnosed with cancer to immediately seek the relevant advice for treatment and how exercise can assist.