Whether you want to stay healthy, prevent future illness or you need a solution to dealing with a chronic condition, OneLife Health wants to work with you to achieve a healthier, happier, brighter future.
This is a specialised program for those with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It combines education and exercise to help you manage your breathing, increase stamina and decrease breathlessness. If you have shortness of breath because of lung problems you may ask yourself: Can I exercise or should I avoid exercise because it makes me short of breath? How can I get in better shape and have more energy if I am short of breath every
For those who have had limb replacement, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis or a musculoskeletal injury. Carefully structured protocol based exercise and lifestyle education that restores function and improves your quality of life. Exercise plays an important role in building and maintaining bone strength. Like muscles, they respond when they are stressed. ie, strengthened during weight bearing or impact activities. Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. Exercise is very important
This program combines safe and effective exercise with lifestyle advice for clients who have diabetes or pre-diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or obesity. Obesity is associated with a range of health consequences including diabetes heart disease, some cancers and arthritis. Even a small amount of weight loss (5-10% of body weight) can lead to significant benefits. Blood pressure often increases as weight increases. Sleep apnea (disrupted breathing whilst sleeping) can raise this further. By
This program is designed to alleviate back pain and increase mobility. It will focus on core strength, flexibility, posture, and overall health and well-being. Only colds and flu beat lower back problems when it comes to the most common reasons for visiting the doctor or taking time off work. The overwhelming reality is that an international epidemic of back pain is intimately bound up with the way we live today. Sitting for long periods in
Whilst the goal of cancer treatment is to cure the disease and provide the highest possible quality of life both during and after treatment, an overwhelming majority of cancer survivors must deal with the deleterious consequences of these treatments. Cancer treatments can negatively impact the cardiovascular, pulmonary, nervous, muscular, skeletal, reproductive, endocrine and gastrointestinal systems. Exercise is one of the most effective ways to attenuate the physiological and psychological decrements that occur as a result
This program is for those who have completed Phases I and II of their cardiac rehabilitation. Phases III and IV rehabilitation introduces safe and effective exercise for those with heart disease or who have had surgery. The goal is to change behaviour and make a commitment to a lifestyle which reduces risk factors of future cardiac events. Exercise training during cardiac rehabilitation improves stamina, increases energy levels and reduces bodily pain in nearly all patients,
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