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Identifying Ideal Candidates for Exercise Physiology (EP): Navigating Your Case List

As a case manager, you’re well aware of the diverse challenges and needs that each of your clients presents. It’s a balancing act, determining the best course of action for their rehabilitation journey. In this space, we’re delving into the world of Exercise Physiology (EP) and exploring how to identify which clients on your case […]

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Enhancing Return-to-Work (RTW) Processes with Exercise Physiology. A Strategic Approach for Employers

In today’s fast-paced business environment, maintaining a productive workforce is paramount. However, when employees take leave due to injuries or health issues, the disruption can have a significant impact on a company’s operations and finances.    This is where the integration of exercise physiology into return-to-work (RTW) processes becomes a game changer for employers. This

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Long-COVID and Mental Health: A Deeper Look Beyond the Physical Struggle

In our recent conversations with case managers, a recurring theme has emerged: the mental health implications of long-COVID.    This condition, where symptoms linger long after the initial bout with COVID-19, is not just a physical battle. It’s a mental one too. In this blog post, we’ll explore how long-COVID affects mental health, drawing on

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Biometrics. A Valuable Tool in Invisible Illness?

In the ever-evolving landscape of health and wellness, the term “biometrics” has been popping up more and more. In fact, wearable technology is projected to be the leading fitness trend in 2024 according to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)!   These devices, often in the form of fitness watches, chest straps, or even

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Three Reasons Psychologists Should Pick Up Our Calls

Ah yes, a “Multidisciplinary Team”, the all golden approach to rehabilitation. If we could bet on anything when it comes to all condition-specific recommendations, it is that a multidisciplinary approach will be in there – and we are all about it! In 2023, 20% of our total referrals were for mental health. This percentage is

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Exercise Physiology Explained

Exercise Physiology Explained

Exercise physiology boasts a long history, marked by the publication of its first dedicated textbook in 1888 (1). However, it’s in the last 40 years that the field has really grown.Notably, research outputs have surged, professional bodies have solidified their presence, and exercise physiologists are increasingly valued in the realms of health and rehabilitation (2,3). 

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2023

2023 – Our Year in Review!

2023, it feels like we blinked and it’s gone! So before we hurtle (full-steam ahead!) into 2024, let’s take a brief moment to reflect on 2023.   Around the World…   Artificial intelligence burst into public consciousness, bringing excitement, concern and everything in between Neuro-sensor feedback devices became a reality, allowing people to control artificial

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Self Management: The Real End Goal 🎯

If we’ve done our job right, our clients won’t need us forever. Now, if we’re strictly looking at this from a business perspective, it might not be the most optimal model. But hey, we’re not just about business—we’re in the business of health and function! And trust us, this is the ultimate model for long-term

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Strolling to Success: The Research Backed Benefits of Walking

In the world of exercise, we often find ourselves chasing the latest trends and innovations. Whether it’s high-intensity interval training, CrossFit, or boutique spin classes, we often overlook one of the most accessible and effective forms of physical activity: walking.    It’s an exercise accessible to virtually everyone. All you need are a comfortable pair

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