Are you preventing Osteoporosis? Did you know that 1 in 3 post-menopausal women have Osteoporosis? What is it? Osteoporosis means you have a reduction in bone mass and a deterioration of bone structure leading to an increased risk of fragility fractures. Bones grow throughout your lifetime from before you are born into your
Have you had COVID-19 and you aren’t quite sure how to safely return to exercise? Here’s what to do; Firstly what is your risk level? Low, Moderate or High? To find out what your risk level is check this out; Low risk – if you are below 50 years of age and you didn’t experience
At Thrive Health Co. we specialise in exercise programming and advice for Peri- and Post Menopausal Women. Due to the number of women coming into the clinic seeking advice in this area, we have created a 5 session program specialised for you and the stage of menopause that you may be in, whether you are approaching
Menopause… Are you in your 40’s, 50’s or beyond and wondering why your exercise routine is no longer working for you? Are you putting on weight even though you are exercising and eating just like you have always done? For this, you can say thank you to your hormones. In the five years leading up
I have shoulder pain… so why are you checking my neck and back? Shoulder pain is a common reason for our patients to seek help from the team at Thrive Health Co. More often than not, there is more to a shoulder injury than meets the eye. Our shoulders are complex joints with lots of
Movement Assessment or ‘Check Up’ Why you should be getting your movement assessed, even if you don’t consider yourself an athlete. We are all athletes, no matter what sport we play (or don’t play), what your body does for you on a daily basis is worth the ‘athlete’ status – trust me. We are day-to-day athletes.
How to Choose the Right Health Care Provider for Your Injury! As many of you already know, we are very fortunate at Thrive Health Co. to have an amazing array of practitioners with their own unique skill sets to get you feeling great in as short of a time as possible. The question still remains