Off the back of celebrating International Women’s Day, Longevity looks at how we can help the women in our life take control of their health.

Here at Longevity, we are committed to improving both lifespan and health-span, aiming for our clients to enjoy longer, healthier, and more fulfilling lives. To do this, we work towards our client’s specific goals as well as aiming to prevent chronic diseases that may impact their lives. 

The biggest killer of women that we are working to prevent in Australia is Dementia. At Longevity, we understand how important it is for our clients to be actively managing the risk of such conditions and maintain physical function. A number of our clients come in to take control of their future health and prevent neurological diseases such as Dementia and Parkinson’s Disease. Parkinsons Disease is another neurological condition that often progresses into Dementia as well as a decline in physical function and independence. Exercise plays an important role in the management and delaying the progression of both Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia.

Client Spotlight:

Allow us to introduce Carol, our spotlight client today, who has been a dedicated member of our Castle Hill location since 2021. Despite facing the challenges of Parkinson’s Disease, Carol’s journey at Longevity has been one of remarkable progress.

Dealing with symptoms like muscular rigidity, tightness, and difficulty with functional movements, Carol has persevered with determination. Through her dedication and guidance from a Longevity Exercise Physiologist, Carol has made significant progress towards her goals of improving her functional capacity and strength. 

This means that Carol has been able to maintain greater physical independence and continue to actively engage attending social events, and build meaningful connections with friends and family.

Join us in celebrating Carol’s resilience and progress as she continues to inspire us all with her determination and commitment to living her best life. Carol’s journey exemplifies the transformative power of long-term approach to exercise and health care that focuses on prevention as well as treatment.

As we celebrate Carol’s achievements, let’s draw inspiration from her journey and embark on our own fitness paths, striving to create more fulfilling lives for ourselves.

Call Longevity Exercise Physiology Drummoyne, EdgecliffMarrickvilleCastle HillRandwickPymbleKingsgrove, Neutral Bay, Rhodes, Five Dock, Casey, Gungahlin and Coburg on 1300 964 002 to start your journey to Longevity!

Written by Rhiannon Freemantle