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Exercise Physiology with us


WHAT IS EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY?

 
 

Exercise Physiologists are highly qualified health professionals who assess and design a scientifically based, safe and specific exercise program to assist with improving and maintaining your physical function and well-being.

They assess, help prevent, treat and manage a number of injuries and conditions through the use of exercise prescription.

Exercise Physiologists often work closely with your GPs, specialists and other health clinicians to help prevent and/or manage your injury or condition, and help you achieve your goals. Some of the injuries and conditions may include:

  • Improve strength and endurance after injury

  • Diabetes Management

  • Falls and Balance Training

  • Weight Management

  • Cardiopulmonary Disease

  • Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis

  • Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Head Injuries

  • Chronic Disease

  • Pain Management

  • General improvement in fitness and conditioning


OUR DIFFERENCE

We approach exercise physiology in a way that considers you as a whole person. You may be a person who wants to lose weight and improve your fitness, yet you also suffer from knee and shoulder pain, and have high blood pressure. We develop an exercise program that considers all these aspects and prescribe an appropriate program that will enable you to achieve your goals.

Our new gym/rehab space has a range of strengthening and aerobic equipment, providing a great space to improve your mobility, strength, balance and overall physical performance.


WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT DURING YOUR APPOINTMENT 

A typical session with our exercise physiologist varies depending on your needs, goals, condition or injury. A typical session may involve:

  • Assessing your injury and/or condition and needs

  • Discussing your medical and exercise history

  • Working with the you to set achievable and realistic goals

  • Developing a treatment, management or prevention plan that will consider lifestyle, physical activity and general health

Our initial Exercise Physiology appointment times are 45 minutes.

 
 

Do you still have a question? Explore our FAQs or give us a call on 5333 2232 and we'll do our best to help answer it.