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It is with great sadness that we farewell Estelle. She has been a great asset to the Bounce Back 2 Health team over the past 3 years, developing a strong relationship with her clients. Opting for a change in her career direction, we wish her all the very best. Estelle’s last day will be Thursday 3rd September.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have closed our doors and are operating from home. We are offering telehealth consultations, either via phone or video call and are using an app to set up individualised home exercise programmes. Please see our COVID-19 CHANGES page for further information.
We all know that exercise has a number of physical benefits, but what is often forgotten is the psychological and emotional benefits. People who exercise regularly are known to have improved mental health and emotional well-being, with lower rates of mental illness. How Does It Work? Exercise: Releases endorphins or ‘feel-good’ hormones Helps you sleep better, which in turn
We are excited to have been nominated for the Southern Highlands Business Awards again this year. Thank you to the anonymous person who put our name forward! In order to become a finalist, we need votes! Please use the link below- your vote would be much appreciated. https://thebusinessawards.com.au/?/412?/Bounce-Back-2-Health
We are excited to announce that, after lots of hard work, we were successful in passing our NDIS Verification Audit! This means we currently hold registration in the groups of: Exercise Physiology (funded under CB Health and Well-being budget) Therapeutic Supports (funded under CB Daily Activity budget) We aim to assist our clients in developing skills for health management and
Travelling down from Bathurst each week to join us whilst Laura is overseas, Bounce Back 2 Health would like to welcome Carly to the team. Carly has recently completed a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology through Charles Sturt University. You may remember her from earlier in the year when she spent a month with us for her final placement. If
As 2018 draws to a close I would like to express my thanks to both?Laura and Estelle for their hard work throughout the year. Over the past 12 months we have grown the business significantly, branching out into new areas, particularly within the disability sector. I would also like to thank our wonderful clients who continue to turn up each
Osteoporosis is a disease of compromised bone strength which results in an increased risk of minimal trauma fracture. In Australia it affects 15% of women and 3% of men over 50 years of age. Physical inactivity is one of the modifiable risk factors of osteoporosis, with regular exercise playing an important role in the prevention of the disease. How
With the rollout of the NDIS having started in this area in mid-2016, it is hoped that all local residents eligible for funding have now been assessed with plans approved. At Bounce Back 2 Health we are all registered providers of Exercise Physiology services under the NDIS. We aim to assist our clients in developing skills for health management and
As we launch into another year, we hope that 2018 brings happiness and good health to all of our clients. Just a reminder that as of 1st January, Medicare funding renews for Exercise Physiology services provided under an Team Care Arrangement. This means that you may be eligible for up to 5 individual sessions, subsidised by Medicare. Please ask your