Exercise Physiology are university trained specialists at prescribing targeted and individualised exercise programs for people with specific sporting or weight loss goals as well as those with injuries or illnesses.
What does Exercise Physiology do?
Exercise Physiology uses exercise as a treatment to improve your health and fitness, thereby decreasing your risk or assisting in the management of the following conditions:
- Heart or lung disease
- Osteoporosis/Falls prevention
- Balance Training
- Back pain
Or other musculoskeletal injuries Chronic pain/ fibromyalgia Rehabilitation after surgery Exercise Physiology Treatment.
Exercise Physiologists have the skills and knowledge to assist healthy people reach their exercise or health goals such as:
- Weight loss
- Training for sporting events
- Weight loss training for sporting events
- Injury rehab
They will first assess your needs and requirements and design a program in line with your current management or treatment plans from other health professionals, to assist you with reaching your goals as soon as possible.
Exercise Physiology is available in One on One or Small Group Sessions Prior to commencing our Group Sessions, a one-on-one consultation with one of our Accredited Exercise Physiologist is required. This is to ensure that a specific program appropriate to your goals is established prior to your first group session.