Tradie National Health Month is a campaign run in August each year by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and aims to raise awareness of the health and injury risks affecting those who work in trade occupations. This month we're focusing on improving tradies health with some expert advice and tips to improve your physical and mental wellbeing, ensuring you have the right tools for the job and finding the safest way to do your job, so you can stay safe for you and your family.
Your body is your most important tool
The Australian Physiotherapy Association is using the month of August to shine a light on the way tradies work and how you can make small changes in your work practices to reduce the risk of injury and stay healthy.Find out more
Looking after your mental health
Feeling down sometimes is common, but knowing when it's time to seek help can be difficult to know, especially when you're in it. See how to recognise the signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety, and where you can access help.Read article