Can you exercise with Lymphadema? Lymphedema may be the most overlooked complication of cancer surgery and treatment. It refers to the swelling produced by an accumulation of lymph fluid in the tissue, following the removal of or radiation to the lymph nodes. The location of… Read More »What’s the deal with Lymph Drainage Exercises
Exercise for older adults is often stereotyped into low intensity & low impact movements – and older adults can often be wary of incorporating more rigorous training into their programme, for fear of injury. However, a large amount of research suggests that higher velocity, or… Read More »Exercise Intensity for Seniors
It’s common to lose some muscle and strength as you age. The process, also known as Sarcopenia, is a natural part of aging and is strongly related to functional decline in older adults. To maintain independence and reduce the need for long-term care, it is… Read More »Exercise to Prevent Muscle Loss – 5 things to know
If you’ve been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, the likelihood is that you’ve been told to stay active. Maintaining good strength and aerobic fitness is always important. But when it comes to specifically exercising for Parkinson’s Disease management, is there an optimal way that you should… Read More »What is Neuroactive Exercise?