Why is it important to make cross training part of your exercise routine?

Why is it important to make cross training part of your exercise routine?

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

In achieving a goal of ultimate strength, health and fitness, injury prevention, improved performance, and endurance, it is important to use every tool and trick at your disposal. Cross training encourages athletes to avoid injuries, gain strength and increase flexibility, all the while avoiding boredom and the dreaded mental breakdown Read more

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How Long Does it Take for Pars Defect to Heal?

How Long Does it Take for Pars Defect to Heal?

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

We all know that feeling of an aching lower back. How can you know if that pain is a simple soreness or the result of a stress fracture, or maybe even a pars defect? Read more

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How does physical activity affect academic performance?

How does physical activity affect academic performance?

Thursday, May 09, 2019

We all want the best for our kids. We all hear that regular physical activity is an important part of being healthy. Yet we know that physical activity declines with age. Time and time again I hear that high school kids stop their regular sports to focus on getting good grades. But did you know physical activity actually improves academic performance? Read more

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Inclusivity in the Work Place for NDIS Participants & others with a Disability

Inclusivity in the Work Place for NDIS Participants & others with a Disability

Friday, May 03, 2019

A number of NDIS Participants who have chosen Plan Management with NDSP have shown great interest in gaining meaningful employment, either as part of their long term goals or even shorter term goals that create part of their existing NDIS Plan – and why shouldn’t they? Read more

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Balance and Sensibilities is needed in the execution of a NDIS service agreement

Balance and Sensibilities is needed in the execution of a NDIS service agreement

Thursday, May 02, 2019

NDIS service agreements is a hot topic. It really all comes down to balance between choice and control for the participant, and laying out expectations for each party in a formalised way. In health care in general, we don't sign formal service agreements, as they tend to be overbearing, arduous and takes away from the face to face time that service providers have with their clients. Imagine a world whereby your General Practitioner made you sign a service agreement in order to see them on a weekly or monthly basis. It would seem quite ludicrous and rightfully so. You go into the doctors surgery to see them, you pay, or use your Medicare card and you leave. If you attended your appointment, you pay, if you book and cancel, you pay a cancellation fee if they have one, and everyone gets along quite well in this environment. Read more

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