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Healthy Mum, Little Smiles Program

Trying to fall pregnant but having difficulty?

Currently participating in an IVF program and can't find a trainer who understands the process?

This program is focused on future mums who are trying to conceive children and are struggling to fall pregnant. Often potential mums will engage in rigorous exercise and many in conjunction with expensive IVF programs.

Although the research strongly supports exercise as part of this process, the problem we often see is that an over enthusiastic training regime has the capacity to actually prevent the IVF program from achieving its results.

AHSA is able to provide specialised guidance for this population and ensure a clinically appropriate balance of exercise, reflective of the hormonal fluctuations typically present during the typical fertility cycle.

Not sure how much fitness training is deemed safe in order to provide the highest opportunity to fall pregnant, without being counter productive?

Don't want to risk spending thousands of dollars on IVF Treatment for it to be compromised by a trainer pushing too hard at the wrong times of the cycle? Allied Health Services Australia provides high quality Fitness Consultants that understand the journey you are taking towards creating your little bundle of joy!

Our consultants are dedicated, gentle in their approach and are educated with the latest evidence-based knowledge surrounding the area of exercise and fertility.
Don't compromise your opportunity to bring a new life into this world, by either under or over training. Be professionally guided along the way by a Fitness Consultant and their supporting team of Allied Health clinicians.

For an appointment or further information please call 07 55 288 617.
2/100 Cheltenham Drive, Robina

 

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Functional Strength For Life Program

Are you tired of being with trainers who are not sure how to manage your old injuries and niggles?
Are you of an age where training is about "function for life" and not achieving high performance results?
Have you got medical conditions that need to be afforded serious consideration when exercising?

Allow Allied Health Services Australia to professionally guide you through your health and fitness goals. Each step of the way you will be monitored closely and any concerns reported back to your doctor in prompt fashion. We care about your health and have the expertise to ensure exercise is not just fun and functional, but also safe and guided.

For further enquiries please contact Allied Health Services Australia.

Phone- 07 55288617
Administration Office- 2/100 Cheltenham Drive, Robina, Gold Coast

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Guided Fitness for Chronic Medical Conditions

Are you tired of being with trainers who are not sure how to manage your old injuries and niggles?
Have you got medical conditions that need to be afforded serious consideration when exercising?

Allow Allied Health Services Australia to professionally guide you through your health and fitness goals. Each step of the way you will be monitored closely and any concerns reported back to your doctor in prompt fashion. We care about your health and have the expertise to ensure exercise is not just fun and functional, but also safe and guided.

For further enquiries please contact Allied Health Services Australia.

Phone- 07 55288617
Administration Office- 2/100 Cheltenham Drive, Robina, Gold Coast

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Elite Youth Athletic Development Program

Are you a young athlete looking for an edge?

We are looking for a very select number of dedicated young primary and high school age athletes who are looking to achieve their physical best!

Be part of scientifically supported "High Performance" training program dedicated toward "youth" wanting to achieve the pinnacle of their chosen sport.

This program has been professionally developed by a team of Allied Health clinicians including:
Dietitians, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Psychologists, Fitness Consultants and Remedial Therapists.

Feel the support of having an entire Allied Health team behind every step of your journey to the top.

If you feel this may be you, kindly request an interview by contacting 07 55 288 617.- Places are always very limited!!

2/100 Cheltenham Drive, Robina..

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Clinically Guided Weight Loss Program

Wanting to lose weight and don't know where to start?
Would you like to be guided by a university Qualified Health Professional using the latest scientific research to determine your program.
Experiencing medical conditions that may be contributing to your weight gain?
Worried about your trainer pushing too hard and not listening to your individual requirements?

Allied Health Services Australia is a professional team of dedicated clinicians whom work together to assist you to achieve your weight management goals.
Being university qualified clinicians, they will ensure the basis for your program is supported by quality research and not information pertaining to the latest Fad trends.

Get the results you desire, train for a healthy life and not simply just aesthetics.

For further enquiries please contact Allied Health Services Australia.

Phone- 07 55288617
Administration Office- 2/100 Cheltenham Drive, Robina, Gold Coast

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Fitness Personal Training

AHSA Fitness Consultants provide expert guidance and management of all health and fitness requirements. Training and motivation is provided by the highest qualified trainers in the industry, whilst the client also enjoys the many added benefits provided as part of being a member of the AHSA fitness family.

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Clinical Pilates - Core Strength & Pregnancy Programs

Core Strength for a Strong Spine

Clinical Pilates is a form of physical exercise that focuses on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing. The Pilates Method was developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century in Germany. These days, Clinical Pilates is often used in conjunction with physiotherapy as a means of treating a variety of injuries, particularly those of the neck and back. This is based on literature that demonstrates strong evidence to support the use of therapeutic exercise in the management of patients with injuries, particularly low back pain.

Recent research advocates the retraining of the deep stabilising muscles for patients with low back pain. Clinical Pilates focuses on the retraining and recruitment of these stabilizing muscles (core stability) as well as improving posture, strength and flexibility.

Clinical Pilates and Pregnancy

Pregnancy brings many changes to your body which can create discomfort and alter your participation in work and daily tasks, physical activity and leisure. The hormone relaxin affects your muscles and joints, making them more flexible which in turn can increase your risk of injury. Normal weight gain during pregnancy is also a significant change for your body - not only is your weight increasing but most of this is obviously around the abdominal area, meaning your centre of gravity is now in a different position which can affect your balance and increase muscular demand. Your abdominal muscles will have to stretch considerably and some women may develop a diastasis, which is a separation of the abdominal muscles. Because of this stretch you will find that your abdominal muscles will not work as effectively.

Clinical Pilates during pregnancy

Clinical Pilates is easily able to be tailored to meet the changing demands of pregnancy. If you are not already participating, most women find it easier to commence during the second trimester when they are no longer feeling as tired and unwell. You will have a comprehensive assessment with your physiotherapist and a program will be developed which can be modified as your pregnancy progresses. We will also monitor you for any signs of a diastasis or other issues. Clinical Pilates can be performed all the way up to the birth of your baby. If you are experiencing any pregnancy related complications we suggest you discuss this with your physiotherapist and also your doctor or midwife.

Clinical Pilates after pregnancy

You can start gently working on your abdominal muscle and pelvic floor activation even while you are still in hospital. The hospital physiotherapist should visit you to discuss what you can do depending on your delivery - please speak to the midwives/nurses/doctors if you have not seen a physiotherapist before going home. Once you have received the all clear from your doctor at the 6 weeks postnatal check up, you can return to Clinical Pilates. An individual session will be required to give you the time and privacy to discuss your delivery and recovery and to check on your ability to perform your program. Once your Clinical Pilates instructor is confident you are sufficiently safe and well you can return to the supervised group setting, where your program can be modified and progressed as your body recovers. Babies who are not yet crawling or moving around are welcome to attend with you. Recovery will take some time so we encourage relaxed expectations regarding return to good abdominal muscle function, physical activity and body shape.

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