Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation Becomes Signatory to Equally Well
We are thrilled to announce that we have recently committed to becoming a supporter of Equally Well, joining them in their mission to ‘make the physical health of people living with mental illness a priority’.Read the article
The Pain Management Guidebook: Our Latest Launch!
We are excited to roll out the Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation Pain Management Guidebook! We place significant value on the importance of assisting those afflicted with chronic pain to achieve effective self-management, and this contemporary, evidence-based resource provides the tools and skills to do so in a sustainable manner.Read the article
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation Turns 21 in ‘21!
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation’s story began in 2000 when Director & Exercise Physiologist John McDonald first pursued his dream; a vision of championing physical activity not only as a key foundation of rehabilitation, but at the earliest time in the recovery journey and for as many individuals as possible.Read the article
Physical Activity, Depression and Inflammation
Physical activity is commonly prescribed for the prevention and treatment of depression. While an abundance of research has consistently outlined the improvements that physical activity has on psychological symptoms, the specifics around what facilitates these improvements on a cellular level remain unanswereRead the article
Our Way of Saying Thanks this Festive Season
In light of the unprecedented events that 2020 brought with it, Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation decided to eschew the usual gifts and celebratory events that would mark our holiday season, and instead donate the funds that we would have used to a worthy charitable cause.Read the article
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation Launch Silicosis Project
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation are offering an innovative respiratory rehabilitation and wellbeing service for individuals with a diagnosis of Silicosis under a Workers’ Compensation Claim.Read the article
Pain-Related Beliefs and the Frozen Shoulder
A frozen shoulder is a relatively common condition that causes localised shoulder pain and stiffness. We know that beliefs, along with many other factors, are related to pain and function in many musculoskeletal conditions, and this study looked specifically at how beliefs may influence arm function in those suffering with frozen shoulder.Read the article
Learn About Our New Goal Setting Framework!
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation has recently launched an exciting new internal goal setting framework, keeping in line with the latest evidence-based practice. We have developed a new approach to assessment and collaborative goal development with our clientele across all personal injury schemes, ensuring meaningful and sustainable physical activity adherence for long-lasting return to work and recovery […]Read the article
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation Launches New Health Information Library
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation is excited to launch our brand-new Health Information Library, which consists of a series of brief information sheets around various health topics.Read the article
Mental Health Awareness Week: A Note on Exercise and the Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation Approach
As Mental Health Week approaches, we discuss the link between mental health and exercise – with a focus on Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation’s principles on delivering exercise for Mental IllnessRead the article