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How does exercise help people with cancer?

If you have recently had a cancer diagnosis, it is important to stay active, to help decrease the severity of possible side effects of your treatments and to help improve fatigue levels.

Read more about exercise benefits before, during and after cancer treatment in our latest blog, How does exercise help people with cancer?

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Strong shoulder stability leads to strong shoulders!

When it comes to experiencing shoulder pain, you are not alone. Anyone can experience shoulder pain and it doesn’t necessarily have to be age or trauma-related. You may have been in the garden, playing a sport or even just doing some cleaning, when you feel pain in your shoulder.

In this blog, we discuss shoulder pain, the importance of strengthening the shoulder muscles and a few simple exercises that you can do at home to help strengthen your rotator cuffs.

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Preventing exercise acquired injuries

Most of us know exercise and activity are good for us. The World Health Organisation recommends adults participate in at least 150 mins of moderate to vigorous exercise per week. This is great advice. However, when you begin an exercise routine or increase your exercise time, it is important to do so safely so that you avoid injury. This blog discusses easy ways to avoid exercise acquired injuries.

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