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Welcome To Your Path To Health

Your Path to Health is a health and wellness studio now with two first-class facilities at Rosny and Derwent Park. We provide individualised allied health and fitness services to the people of Hobart with passionate University trained staff providing you with treatment based on the latest research adapted to your situation.

We are committed to providing evidence-based practice through a friendly, supportive and empathetic environment. We specialise in helping individuals with chronic health conditions, the elderly, musculoskeletal conditions and those who are under the NDIS funding scheme. 


Exercise Physiology




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Wishing Tim a very happy birthday. We wish you a year of success and great achievement as you start your Physiotherapy Master's!

Leave Tim a message to help his celebrate her
special day

#yourpath #ypth #staffmilestone #happybirthday #teamypth #celebration

Physiotherapy Appointments Available!

Shannon and Ben have appointments available daily at our Derwent Park Clinic! 🤩

Call our Derwent Park Clinic or use the BOOK NOW function to secure your appointment!


Check out Nick's whole body strength circuit for this week's Men's Health! There are also alternative exercises so anyone can complete the workout at home or at the gym!

Complete 3 rounds of 45 seconds work; 15 seconds rest; with 1 minute breaks between rounds
⭐️ Push up with rotation ➡️ Complete from chair
⭐️ Sumo squat jumps ➡️ Pop squats
⭐️ Renegade row ➡️ From knees or toes
⭐️ Lunge to high knee
⭐️ Mountain climbers ➡️ Complete from chair
⭐️ Bicep curl to press
⭐️ Dead ant ➡️ Start with feet on the ground
⭐️ Plank ➡️ From knees or toes

Let us know how you go!

#ypth #yourpath #yourpathtohealth #teamypth #ypthteam #workoutwednesday #homeworkout #cardioburn #strengthtraining #exerciseismedicine #exercisemotivation #exerciseright #exercise


A huge thank you to Nick who today celebrates 7 years with Your Path to Health.

Thank you for your contribution!

#ypth #teamypth #yourpath #ourteam #workanniversary #thankyou #teamwork


@exerciseright_aus put it perfectly this week!

Exercise plays an important part in keeping men healthier, happier and alive for longer! But... only 17% of Australian men are meeting exercise guidelines!

Men experience health conditions and symptoms differently to women and often struggle to ask for help, especially when it comes to their health!

Let's keep the conversations flowing with the men and boys in our lives! Stay tuned for the conversations we are having with the YPTH men!

#ypth #ypthteam #yourpath #teamypth #exerciseright #MensHealthWeek #mentalhealth #menshealth #yourpathtohealth #exercise #exercisebenefits


Tomorrow marks the beginning of International Men's Health Week. This gives opportunity to highlight the importance of men's health, and to promote and support the physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing of men and boys in our communities.

#ypth #InternationalMensDay #internationalmenshealthweek #awarenessweek


Exercise can help breast cancer patients with the physical and mental side effects of treatment and ultimately, may improve disease prognosis.⁠

Therapies such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormone therapy, and forms of targeted therapy have certainly shown success in increasing the survival of breast cancer patients. Unfortunately, these therapies also come with negative side effects which profoundly impact patients’ physical and emotional health, decreasing quality of life.⁠

Research has found that combined resistance (such as lifting weights) and endurance (such as walking and jogging) exercise interventions are beneficial to cardiorespiratory fitness, depression, muscular endurance, muscular strength, quality of life, and social functioning.⁠

Another advantage of combined exercise is the potential to improve fatigue in breast cancer patients. This is an important benefit considering fatigue is said to affect between 62% and 85% of patients undergoing treatment.⁠

If you are a breast cancer patient considering starting a new exercise program, we recommend working with an exercise professional who can guide you through safe exercises and tailor a program to you. ⁠- @exerciseright_aus

#ypth #yourpathtohealth #teamypth #exerciseright_aus #exercisebenefits #cancerawareness #cancerandexercise #cancerandexerciserehabilitation #physiotherapy #exercisephysiology


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