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Brain Health & Mental Health: Why we can’t talk about one without the other

June 12 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

This Dare to Care event explores how physical and psychological factors influence our overall brain health.


Why we can’t talk about one without the other

Join exercise physiologist, Katie Stewart, and pharmacist, Jason Chew, for this Dare to Care event where they explore how physical and psychological factors influence our overall brain health.

WHEN: Wednesday, 12 June 2024, from 5.30pm to 6.30pm (please arrive and take your seat by 5.15pm in advance of the 5.30pm start).

WHERE: Chronic Care Australia, Cottesloe Medical Centre, 525 Stirling Hwy, Cottesloe.

COST: FREE (We invite attendees to make a $10 tax deductible donation to CCA’s Community Programs upon arrival at each talk).*

The human brain is a marvel of biological engineering. Although discussions often segregate mental and physical health, the truth is far more intertwined. Each heartbeat, breath, emotion and sensation is choreographed by the masterful workings of this intricate organ.

You will gain insight into:

✚ How personally prescribed exercise can improve the trajectory of a wide spectrum of brain health and mental health related illness and pathology.

✚ The impact of brain health on mental health. Understanding the interplay of prescribed medications and exercise medicine for mental health.

✚ The benefits of a multidisciplinary approach to brain health: Collaboration among specialists enhances patient care and research efforts.

✚ Understanding the impact and spectrum of epilepsy and brain derived secondary considerations.

✚ How diagnosis of one condition increases the risk of others.

*Your contributions to CCA’s Community Programs will help foster health equity and improve the lives of West Australians who are living with complex chronic conditions.


Chronic Care Australia
525 Stirling Highway
Cottesloe, WA 6011 Australia

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