Physiotherapists aim to get Limestone Coast farmers more active

CM
Updated May 20 2024 - 3:43pm, first published 12:30pm
University of SA physiotherapy students Cody Griffiths and Evan Gregoric with Good Country Physiotherapy director Angela Willsmore are conducting a survey on the barriers to Limestone Coast farmers getting enough physical activity. Picture by Catherine Miller
University of SA physiotherapy students Cody Griffiths and Evan Gregoric with Good Country Physiotherapy director Angela Willsmore are conducting a survey on the barriers to Limestone Coast farmers getting enough physical activity. Picture by Catherine Miller

Farming was once considered a back breaking job but according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics half of the people living in regional areas of Australia are not getting enough physical activity.

CM

Catherine is Stock Journal's long time livestock editor and South East journalist.

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