Victorian Active Ageing Partnership Research and Practice Forum 2016
MOVE muscle, bone & joint health Ambassador – Jack Bird from the Cronulla Sharks. Jack was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis when he was only 16 years old and has come a long way with managing his condition to be able to play for the Sharks and the NSW Blues in State of Origin.
Duration: 0.21 minutes
MOVE muscle, bone & joint health Launch
A snapshot of MOVE muscle, bone & joint health's launch at the MCG on Wednesday 15 June 2016
Duration: 1.43 minutes
Linda Martin CEO of MOVE muscle, bone & joint health
Duration: 0.28 minutes
Koen de Kort - Koen de Kort is an elite cyclist currently training with Team Giant-Alpecin for the 2016 Tour de France. Koen helped us launch MOVE all the way from Spain.
Duration: 0.37 minutes
MOVE were pleased to feature on Channel 10's new lifestyle health and wellness series Everyday Health. Watch our Research and Knowledge Manager Ornella Clavisi, and our Health Promotions Office Renee de Silva talk about the impact of osteoarthritis and the ways that moving can benefit symptoms.
Duration: 6.26 minutes
Walking into Wellness: The Role of Complementary Medicine in Muscle, Bone and Joint Health - The 2016 Koadlow Lecture
The 2016 Koadlow Lecture, hosted by MOVE, featured a presentation by Professor Marc Cohen on the role of complementary medicine in muscle, bone and joint health.
Duration: 1 hour 26 minutes
Parenting in the Face of Chronic Illness
This video is for parents and caregivers of children with a chronic health condition with a specific focus on juvenile arthritis.
Duration: 59.40 minutes
Explore, Document and Share Coping Strategies and Support Mechanisms Employed by Mothers with Rheumatoid Arthritis
This video is the result of a research project co-funded and supported by Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria and the University of the Sunshine Coast, and features the stories of four mothers with rheumatoid arthritis.
Duration: 16.05 minutes
Treating Pain Using the Brain - The 2015 Koadlow Lecture
The 2015 Koadlow Public Lecture, hosted by Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria, featured a presentation by renowned Director of Neuro Orthopaedic Institute and co-author of Explain Pain, Dr David Butler.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Make A Move!
Watch our fun new television Community Service Announcement Make a Move.
Duration: 0.36 minutes
Warm Water Exercise DVD
Check out an excerpt of our new water exercise DVD designed for leaders/instructors of community-based warm water exercise.
Duration: 2.23 minutes
The Faces of Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria
Who we are, what we do and how you can help.
Duration: 3.33 minutes
Our Young Ambassador - Nicky Yeomans
Nicky was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis when she was just 18 months old.
Duration: 0.42 minutes
Why Supporting Research is Important
Our Research Manager Dr Andrew Briggs talks about the importance of research and what it can achieve in the area of arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions.
Duration: 2.29 minutes
Living Well Seminar
Filmed at the Pakenham Peer Support Group, this video provides information about the Living Well Seminar series.
Duration: 1.16 minutes
Tai Chi for Osteoporosis
Inside a Tai Chi for Osteoporosis class with Dr Paul Lam.
Duration: 3.32 minutes
With Arthritis Victoria trainer Renee de Silva.
Duration: 0.53 minutes
Confronting Chronic Pain: Self management is Easy to Say, But What Works?
This webinar for health professionals was held on 25 July 2012. The presenter is Professor Michael Nicholas, a Clinical Psychologist and Director of the ADAPT Pain Management Program at the Pain Management & Research Centre (PMRC), Royal North Shore Hospital (Sydney).
Duration: 59 minutes
Speaking from Experience – Osteoporosis
This video includes several people talking about their osteoporosis experiences. This is a small excerpt from the video. It is available to borrow from our library, or you can purchase a copy from our online shop.
Duration: 7.25 minutes
Osteoporosis - A Better Understanding of its Causes, Management and Prevention
This webinar for health professionals was held on 16 October 2012. The presenter is Professor Kim Bennell, a research physiotherapist and Professor and Director of the Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine, in Physiotherapy at the School of Health Sciences, University of Melbourne.
Duration 59 mins
Our New Website
Our CEO, Linda Martin welcomes you to our new website.
Duration: 1.53 minutes