How can our Exercise Physiologists help you?
Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists are allied health professionals who specialise in clinical exercise interventions for a broad range of pathological populations, including those at risk of developing, or have existing medical conditions and injuries. Exercise physiology interventions aim to prevent or manage chronic disease and/or injury to assist in restoring optimal physical function, health and well-being. Our exercise physiology interventions are exercise-based and include health and physical activity education, advice and support and lifestyle modification with particular focus on achieving behavioural change.
Hydrotherapy is the delivery of exercise in warm water used to treat chronic conditions and maintain health. Is it a great alternative to weight bearing exercise for those who suffer from joint pain. Contact us to see how our exercise physiologists can help you with Hdyrotherapy.
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WHAT IS OSTEOPOROSIS? HOW CAN EXERCISE HELP?
According to Osteoporosis Australia, approximately 4.74 million Australians over 50 years of age are currently diagnosed as having osteoporosis, osteopenia or poor bone health.
WHAT IS DIABETES? HOW CAN EXERCISE HELP?
Exercise can reduce blood glucose levels, even in the absence of insulin, and plays an important role in reducing insulin resistance. Both healthy individuals and people with diabetes should be aiming to achieve a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity per week.
WHAT IS LUNG DISEASE? CAN EXERCISE HELP?
Physical activity is important to help improve/maintain lung function, strengthen muscles used for breathing, decrease fatigue and improve cardiorespiratory efficiency.
Group Exercise Programs
Our group exercise programs will empower you with the knowledge and skills to make a long-term lifestyle change through safe, effective and sustainable physical activity. Programs range from falls prevention to diabetes, heart disease and more.