Ageing and the wellbeing of work

One in four Australians are older than 55 and over the next decade this will increase to approximately one in three. As the Australian population ages we will increasingly need to prolong paid workforce participation by increasing the retirement age. A growing number of people will need to keep working beyond 65 years of age. This blog looks at what we can do to maintain our fitness and productivity as we age.

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Gardeners Springtime Syndrome: An Awkward Amount of Time

Today’s awkward amount of time is focused on Gardeners Springtime Syndrome.

Do you ever find yourself with awkward moments of time where it is not quite enough time before your ‘next thing’ to really start something else in between?

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This happens to me regularly. These awkward moments started me thinking, and with the extra time I had during lockdown I needed to think about my practice and how best to serve my clients in a time of physical distancing.

The result? I introduced this 2 to 3-minute conversation where I talk for a couple of minutes on a useful or interesting snippet that I hope you will enjoy, Deb.

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Why is your pelvic floor so important?

So you are a woman in mid-fifties. You’ve had two or possibly three children, you enjoy exercise and relative good health but there is no way you ever imagine you can or will run or do any jumping because you can’t quite control your bladder. Additionally, you have also been experiencing some lower back pain – it comes and goes but is quite noticeable after you have been exercising. You can do something about it. Read my blog for exercises you can use to build your pelvic floor strength and get you back running, jumping and exercising with confidence.

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Concussion: An Awkward Amount of Time

Do you have a concussion? Do you ever find yourself with awkward moments of time where it is not quite enough time before your ‘next thing’ to really start something else in between?

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This happens to me regularly. These awkward moments started me thinking, and with the extra time I had during lockdown I needed to think about my practice and how best to serve my clients in a time of physical distancing.

The result? I introduced this 2 to 3-minute conversation where I talk for a couple of minutes on a useful or interesting snippet that I hope you will enjoy, Deb.

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Osteoarthritis of the Hip: An Awkward Amount of Time

Do you have osteoarthritis? In this awkward amount of time Deb Hunter, physiotherapist talks about osteoarthritis of the hips.
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Do you ever find yourself with awkward moments of time where it is not quite enough time before your ‘next thing’ to really start something else in between? This happens to me regularly. These awkward moments started me thinking, and with the extra time I had during lockdown I needed to think about my practice and how best to serve my clients in a time of physical distancing.
The result? I introduced this 2 to 3-minute conversation where I talk for a couple of minutes on a useful or interesting snippet that I hope you will enjoy, Deb.

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