'Keeping you active: the Australasian college of sport and exercise physicians
Welcome to the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians’ (ACSEP) issue of BJSM. You will not find any #fakenews in this edition but you will find a report of fake treatments still being used to treat conditions related to obesity and plenty of updates on physical activity in relation to obesity related conditions, women and children.
I’m constantly challenged by trying to work out if my patient has completed their rehab—are they now normal? Is their fitness normal? I often go on return of full function, absence of pain and heaps of strength they did not have before—enough that it fits comfortably in the safe part of the workload model (see
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