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Client Name: Suzy MartyCentre: South MelbournePrimary Physios: Rob Osborne and James ColePrimary Instructor: Georgia Verry After a hip injury following years of fun runs and marathons, 49 year old Suzy came to Kieser to get back to her favourite hobby. Here is her story: “I was already a pretty keen bushwalker and about seven years ago at age 43 I took up running to try and get a bi...
We all know somebody who struggles with muscle and joint pain. Kieser aims at reducing pain through our targeted strength training programmes.
Strength training helps individuals to overcome their niggles, and pursue their passions.
Kieser Brighton member, Malcolm, is 50 years old, and despite his age, is at the prime of his game.
Whilst many of our clients claim that they experience very positive results from frequent training at Kieser, we wanted to put this to the test to review exactly how many sessions it takes for significant strength gains.
Parkinson's disease can affect anyone - male or female and at any age, although it is more common in older age. Currently, one in every 340 people in Australia lives with Parkinson’s Disease which makes it more prevalent than many cancers including breast cancer, leukaemia, kidney cancer and lung cancer. Parkinson’s disease is characterised as a progressive degenerative...