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Exercise support for people with Cancer, Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis

I started Bounce Back to help more people facing the challenges of cancer and neurological disease experience the benefits of exercise.

“Exercise, if done correctly, has been shown to help delay disease progression and effectively manage symptoms and side effects *”

With exercise there is no one size fits all and my bespoke exercise programmes help you find the workout that:

  • suits your physical and clinical needs
  • helps achieve your goals
  • and most importantly….you enjoy!

Take that first step. Contact Bounce Back today!

Beth Boxall, MSc Sport and Exercise Psychology (Loughborough University)

*Exercise as Medicine – Evidence for Prescribing Exercise as Therapy in 26 Different Chronic Diseases – Pedersen & Saltin, 2015

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“Exercise is medicine”

American College of sports medicine 

Exercise can help people manage symptoms and treatment-related side effects of a clinical diagnosis.

Cancer Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson’s disease

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12/10

Welcome to the Bounce Back Exercise Autumn Newsletter!

  Dear Bouncers, I would like to say a huge well done to everyone who has been keeping up with their exercise over the past couple of months. It has not been an easy time for many of us and your commitment and dedication to your training sessions and exercise programmes has been fantastic.   […]

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08/10

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 🎀

  October is breast cancer awareness month. This is an international health campaign organised by breast cancer charities to increase awareness of the disease as well as raise funds for research and support. Bounce Back Exercise provides exercise support for people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer before, during and after treatment. This blog […]

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04/09

Exercise Tips to Improve Posture in People with Parkinson’s

  Parkinson’s disease affects the control of automatic movements. As a result, people with Parkinson’s often suffer from disturbed gait, impaired balance and decreased postural responses. It is important to try to maintain an upright posture. Poor posture can lead to an increased risk of falls, neck and back pain, a reduced range of movement […]

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