Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are university qualified professionals equipped with the knowledge to design safe and effective exercise programs for people living with, or at risk of developing, chronic health conditions.
Our Accredited Exercise Physiologist is experienced in providing services for the following conditions:
- Cardiovascular (heart) disease
- Pulmonary (lung) disease
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Neurological conditions
- Mental health conditions
Thorough evidence-based pre-screening and relevant fitness testing is conducted onsite at our state-of-the-art functional rehabilitation facility to gain an understanding of the health conditions you are living with, how they impact your life and your current level of fitness. Exercise prescription is individualised based on this information in addition to what your goals are.
We are also able to provide help for those that require:
- Weight management strategies
- Falls prevention education and associated strength and balance programs
- Functional and Workplace Capacity Assessments
All components of fitness are considered to ensure a holistic approach:
- Cardiovascular Fitness
- Muscular Strength
- Muscular Endurance
- Balance, Agility and Coordination
- Body Composition
It may be recommended to start with supervised sessions at our facility under the experienced eye of our Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Scott Howard, or your program can be designed to be performed from home. We utilise a free exercise software program called Physitrack, which can be downloaded to your smart phone or tablet, which gives you the ability to message your therapist directly with feedback about your exercises.
Our AEP can work with you privately (health fund rebates may apply), or under workers compensation, CTP insurance, Medicare or DVA legislation to improve your health, reduce your pain and restore function. We also offer Telehealth consultations.
To book your initial AEP consultation please call our reception on (02) 4314 5183 or book online.