This week on Health in a Bottle Matt and Mike were joined by Exercise And Sport Science Australia's CEO Anita Hobson-Powell to get a behind the scenes look int othe state of our industry.
This week on #HealthInABottle Matt and Mike were joined by Dr Rob Stanton Lecturer/ Researcher from The School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences at Central Queensland University. Dr Stanton has had 25 years experience working with the sport, health, fitness and rehabilitation sectors. Dr Stanton was the 2015 medal receiptent from Exercise and Sport Science Australia for the most outstanding PhD Thesis for his study on the benefits of exercise in the inpatient mental health setting.
This week Mat and Mike were joined by long time friend and colleague Troy Morgan. Troy has spent the last 10 years working in the corporate health sector and speficically over the last 3 years with Tech Start Up MySpringDay. Troy has been on the frontline seeing the disruption the tech industry is making in the health care sector. This episode is extremely eye opening if you are at all interested in what the health system will look like in 5-10 years time.
This week the boys were joined by Mick Hughes: Physiotherapist & Exercise Physiologist from #TheMelbourneSportsMedicineCentre to discuss all things #ACL rehabilitation/prevention specifically focusing on using the just released GOLD STANDARD in ReturnToPlay criteria based assessment using #TheMelbourneRehabilitationGuide.
In this episode Mat and Mike are joined by Alastair McGorm an Accrediated Exercise Physiologist with 7 years experience working in the field of Exercise Oncology. The boys dissect the growing field of research in exercise oncology and discuss the benefits of incorporating exercise into the treatment for cancer.
In the final episode of our series on Tradie Health we talking all things upper and lower limb injuries. We are joined by Bryce Finck, APA Physiotherapist to discuss the common injuries seen in tradies and delve into what can be done to avoid these or get pain free as quickly as possible.
Tradie's National Health Month aims to raise awareness of the risks posed to those who work in trade occupations. This episode is the first part of our Tradie's Health mini-series with a particular focus on the number one complaint low back pain. Disclaimer - Even though the focus is on Tradie's Health that everything we discuss today is equally as valuable for those who do not work in a labour intensive job yet suffer from low back pain.