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Exercise and Eating Disorders

Exercise and Eating Disorders

In this blog post, we discuss eating disorders, identify negative exercise patterns and the role of accredited exercise physiologists in supporting those who suffer from them.

Exercise and Asthma

Exercise and Asthma

National Asthma week is upon us, and here at Vibe Rehabilitation, we’ve decided to give you a crash course in all things related to exercise when it comes to asthma. What should I do before exercise? If you often find that you develop asthmatic symptoms during...

Stroke & Exercise

Stroke & Exercise

What is a Stroke?  A stroke is a blockage or bleed within the brain that interrupts blood supply leading to tissue damage and potentially death. Approximately 60,000 Australians will experience a stroke every year, with 30% passing away within the first 12 months of...

Chronic versus acute lower back pain

Chronic versus acute lower back pain

 Lower back pain can be the result of almost any movement or action in many cases, including a direct impact or injury, spending too long in an awkward position, or even just sleeping in a different position. But often this back pain is considered acute, as there is...

Diabetes

Diabetes

What is Type 2 Diabetes? Type 2 Diabetes is the most common form of diabetes with more than 1 million Australians affected. The body develops a resistance to insulin, the hormone responsible for lowering your blood sugar levels to prevent hyper (high) and...

What is a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)?

What is a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)?

What is it a Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)? Pelvic Organ Prolapse occurs when one or more of your pelvic organs descend close to or beyond the entrance of the vagina. The pelvic organs that may descend include the uterus, bowel and/or bladder. Once of the causes can be...

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