Exercise & Sports Science Australia has a range of exercise and sports science experts available to comment on various health and exercise topics.
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Australians are set to gain faster relief and recovery from lower back pain after a landmark decision to allow more allied health professionals to treat the debilitating condition.
ESSA continues to monitor their cyber security posture with the security and storage of member data our number one priority. We continue to follow any nationwide recommendations as suggested by the Australian Cyber Security Centre.
The Exercise & Sports Science Awards recognise outstanding accredited professionals who demonstrate a depth of knowledge and commitment to exercise and sports science through their practice and advocacy.
Freshly graduated as Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs), Kara and Amanda stood at a crossroads in their careers. Their recent completion of a research project involving adults with intellectual disabilities served as an eye-opening experience.
Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) welcomes the review into the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) handed down by Minister Bill Shorten today in what is a monumental step towards improving the lives of 4.4 million people in Australia
The secret to more healthy ageing could be as simple as joining in group exercise, according to an Australian-first study aimed at addressing the sedentary lifestyle of older adults.
Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) has bid farewell to CEO Anita Hobson-Powell, who concluded her tenure at ESSA earlier this month after an incredible 17 years of dedicated service and outstanding achievements.
Gender equality progress in Australian sport is evident on the field, but a shortage of women in high-performance coaching roles emphasises the urgent need for a more inclusive game plan.
Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) has been made aware that there was a web page and fact sheet produced by another professional association which includes misleading information
Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) has provided crucial funding to support two Australian researchers in their groundbreaking studies on exercise oncology and the involvement of First Nations women in sports.
Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) CEO Anita Hobson-Powell met with NDIA CEO Rebecca Falkingham to discuss...
Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) has released world-first guidelines for the fight against metabolic-associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD)
The final report of the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has missed an important opportunity to recommend a review of NDIS pricing arrangements, according to
ESSA encourages all Australians to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, and to participate in the celebrations of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth. ESSA stands with our First Nations peoples...
The AIHW report highlights that chronic conditions, including coronary heart disease, dementia, back pain and problems, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and anxiety disorders, contribute significantly to the burden of disease across the
A National Workforce Profile Report provides a range of new insights into ESSA's accredited exercise professionals, utilising data from the 2022 member renewal process.
Members of ESSA will benefit from a renewed partnership with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES), which ensures access to a range of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunities at the same rate as BASES’ members
ESSA is calling on candidates for the 2023 New South Wales Election to support its five policy priorities, to ensure voters have better access to exercise services to support good health outcomes and a strong economy.
ESSA has welcomed the release of the Strengthening Medicare Taskforce Report as a good first step to addressing the dysfunction and fragmentation of the current system.
NASRHP vs AHPRA: Regardless of the scheme, each allied health profession has a system in place to ensure that practitioners are appropriately qualified, undertakes ongoing professional development, and adheres to professional standards.