The mission of The Centre for STRONG Medicine is to provide what experience has taught us is frequently missing in aged and disability care in the public health system.
To meet our patients changing needs with continuity, a minimum of complexity and always with care.
To provide exercise as a core treatment for chronic disease.
To evolve and to provide for most of the care needs of the ageing patient whose wish is to remain at home or living in the community.
My name is Associate Professor Nalin Singh. The Centre for STRONG Medicine is my clinical practice. It is based on 20 years of my research and the research of other leaders in the field. I have trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Harvard Medical School as a physician in aged care, specialising in exercise and sports science. In my practice, I have treated over 5000 people with all forms of chronic diseases and the problems of ageing using the STRONG model.
What I am offering at the Centre has been trialled and tested in over 200,000 hours of exercise training. I have shown this to be safe, effective and superior to the standard care offered (see research and clinical results). This is a unique geriatric practice not available elsewhere.