It is a State government-funded initiative, delivered by an alliance of health organisations, and is designed to help Queenslanders stay well and lessen their risk of developing conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
Choosing either small group sessions, or one-on-one phone coaching, you explore topics such as nutrition, physical activity, understanding your personal risk of developing health conditions and how to make healthier choices a part of everyday life.
With the support of your coach, you will also develop an action plan. Whether your goal is to get more active, eat better, stress less, or lose weight, the focus is on building a step-by-step plan to help you achieve your goals over time.
Community groups play an important role in advocating and supporting healthier communities. If your organisation is hosting a community event, contact My health for life to see if there is an opportunity for us to conduct free risk assessments. Have a question? Call our 13 RISK number (13 74 75).
Click here to see a full list of My health for life program providers.
|The Doctors, Mulgrave Road||Cairns|
|Amanda Gale Physiotherapy and Wellbeing||Cairns|
|Mountain View Medical Centre/Health Moves||Mossman/Cairns|
|FNQ Health and Fitness||Atherton|
|My Exercise Physiology||Cairns|
|Unison Health Solution||Cranbrook|
|Achieve Exercise Physiologists||Cranbrook|
|Optimise Health and Wellness||Ingham|
|Live Well Health Care Group||Hyde Park|
|Burdekin Community Association||Ayr|
|Townsville GP Superclinic||Hyde Park|
|Paul Hopkins Medical Clinic||Mackay|
|Life in Motion Exercise Physiologists||Mackay|
|Physio Plus Mackay||Mackay|
|Physio Plus Whitsunday||Cannonvale|
|Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Community Health Service Ltd (ATSICHS)||Mackay|
Click here to view the latest My health for life upcoming sessions in North Queensland.
Was this helpful?
Read the latest news from NQPHN.