Pilates works on your deep and superficial muscles that stabilize, align, and move the trunk of the body, especially the abdominals and muscles of the back. It has many benefits, such as developing flexibility, coordination and control in body movement. Circulation and respiratory processes are improved as well as posture and balance. People who do Pilates regularly report enhanced self-confidence as another benefit they gained from this exercise program. Its low impact makes it a great exercise routine for all ages.
Carers need to care for their own back, whether you are caring for children or adults. when caring for others. To prevent back strain as a result of lifting or moving a person, visit this site for a wealth of information on how to perform these tasks safely and information on how to protect yourself from injury http://www.carersnsw.asn.au/storage/pdfs/facts/newFacts/FSBackCareNov06.pdf
I have been meeting with General Practitioners to deliver care to their patients in the home in the hope that we can help manage the increasing health problems in the community. If we can manage patients before their health deteriorates then surely that is going to help them live a better life and manage the increases in chronic disease
“Waking up every morning in pain can be overwhelming… thanks for helping”
The Australian Pain Management Association advocates for recognition of chronic pain as a disease in its own right and for better health and community services for people with ongoing pain. The APMA believes pain management is a human healthcare right. Their website aims to offer pain management options and information for people with pain, families and friends, and to also provide an interesting and informative site for health care professionals
The Motor Neurone Disease Association of Queensland Inc (MND QLD) has a small team of part-time Regional Advisors to help people living with MND connect to the services they need.
They are also able to offer ongoing information and support to families and health care professionals as questions arise or needs change.
For more information regarding MND Qld please go to http://www.mndaq.org.au/