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Storm players Reimis Smith, Jahrome Hughes and Josh King with club performance coach – strength Dan Di Pasqua

Melbourne Storm’s NRL squad will help to increase awareness of a range of important men’s health issues thanks to a new partnership launched today with Mosh.

Founded in 2017, the Australian online men’s health platform makes it convenient and safe for men to talk about health problems or have their health questions answered by working alongside dozens of leading doctors, psychologists and pharmacists.

Mosh is dedicated to discreet online treatment for issues such as mental health, sexual health, skincare, sleep disorders and hair loss.

The Mosh branding will be shown on the sleeves of Storm’s three on-field trainer and physio shirts, gameday signage and regular online men’s health updates will be available to the club’s audience of more than one million social media followers.

“Men’s health is an important area of focus for the Storm, and that’s why we’re proud to partner with Mosh, who are opening up conversations in this area for Australian men,” Storm General Manager – Commercial, Partnerships & Corporate Sales Daniel Cullinan said.

“It’s a topic close to the heart of our playing staff and our coaches, who cover every age group from late teens through to their 60s.

“Like all Aussie men, they do encounter issues along the way.

“We know men can push health problems to the back of their mind, but through this partnership with Mosh we will be opening up the discussion and showing how all Australian men can easily access professional and affordable help and assistance.”

Mosh Co-Founder Gabriel Baker said: “Mosh is proud to announce its partnership with the most widely supported NRL club in Australia.

The Storm has over 1.2m supporters nationally, and this presents an incredible opportunity to reach more people, especially men, and encourage them to talk more openly about their personal health problems, and seek clinically proven treatment, discreetly online.

Gabriel Baker Mosh Co-Founder

More than 50,000 men are already benefitting from the Mosh online platform.

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