OUR VISION: INSPIRING INDIVIDUALS TO ACHIEVE THEIR DAILY DOSE OF MOVEMENT
Balanced Bodies Lifestyle Clinic offers Exercise Physiology services, based on Sydney's Lower North Shore and Eastern Suburbs, we focus on improving your health through movement. We specialise in exercise programs for chronic and complex health conditions, general health and wellbeing, pregnancy and post natal, and injury rehabilitation.
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Regular physical activity helps to maintain independence, quality of life, reduces the risk of developing health problems, and improves mood and mental health.
Arthritis is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide and the disease burden is steadily increasing.
We are very excited to announce we have expanded and have now opened up a brand new clinic location at the Sydney Adventist Hospital in Wahroongah!
Being told you have breast cancer can be incredibly difficult to dealt with. The prospect of treatments whether it is chemotherapy, radiotherapy, lumpectomy/mastectomy (removal of breast tissue) and subsequent breast reconstruction can be very daunting and life changing.
For a safe, relaxing and healthy holiday, preparation is the key. Here are some essentials to consider before Easter is upon us…
It sounds too good to be true doesn’t it? But it is a well documented fact that the exercise has the power to lift your mood quite significantly, and is a fantastic tool to help manage depression and anxiety.
Walking speed in people with Parkinson’s disease is related to muscle strength in the legs, so it is important to start with an exercise program that aims to increase leg strength. Resistance training will help to increase muscle mass in the legs and also improve stride length, walking speed and distance.
Patients who are more physically active are able to tolerate the side effects of treatments such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy, thus increasing their survival rates.
Everyone knows that exercise is good for your health, and for stroke survivors this is no different.
Whilst, our gut-brain-body health is highly influenced from the day we are born (genetics, lifestyle, environment, exposure to different foods, illness and infection), our gut microbiome continues to undergo changes throughout the life-span. Fortunately, growing research shows we can positively manipulate our gut microbiota to support overall health.