This professional development will provide an up to date evidence-based discussion on the role of exercise for treating obesity. It includes details on methods of assessing obesity in clinical practice and factors which influence activity in sedentary adults. It discusses important outcomes for measuring the success of an exercise intervention in adults with obesity beyond weight or body composition. This is important for the client and will assist with reporting outcomes in clinical practice. This Professional Development is designed so that you can take away actionable steps and implement them into clinical practice the next day.
This a recording of a webinar presented by ESSA on 11 September 2018
Presented by Dr Clint Miller, PhD, AEP, ESSAM
Dr Clint Miller is a lecturer, accredited exercise physiologist and early career researcher. He has 13 year experience in clinical private practice and workplace physiology. His research has focussed on diet and exercise interventions for the treatment of obesity with particular interest in body composition and fitness. His second line of research enquiry is the evaluation of exercise interventions for chronic and acute mechanical low back pain with a particular focus on physical function and body composition. Dr Clint Miller is the unit chair for Exercise Physiology for Musculoskeletal disorders, and Exercise Physiology across the lifespan. He teaches heavily within the Exercise Physiology for metabolic diseases with specific attention to clinical practice in complex chronic diseases. He also manages the on-site clinical exercise learning centre at Deakin University and is the founder of a workplace wellness company One to One Health Solution. He also collaborates with the Men’s shed foundation and Andrology Australia for exercise programs designed to improve men’s health.
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