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What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist?

Accredited Exercise Physiologists offer clinical exercise interventions for people with a broad range of health issues. The key benefits of exercise physiology are:

  • Increased agility and range of movement
  • Management of chronic health conditions
  • Faster rehabilitation from surgery
  • Improved overall well being
  • Monitor key health indicators
  • Tailored individual exercise programs

Book an appointment with an exercise physiologist at any of 5 locations; Torrensville, Kilkenny, Woodville South, Lightsview or Holden Hill.

Common Health Conditions Treated

In healthcare settings exercise physiology is commonly used to treat and manage patients who have a health condition such as:

Back Pain
Heart Disease
Obesity
Asthma
Diabetes
Mental Health Conditions
Arthritis and Osteoporosis
Metabolic Disease
Neurological Diseases (Parkinson's)

Our Practising Exercise Physiologist

Jamal Issah

Clinical Exercise Physiologist

  • Holden Hill

Jamal shows particularly interest in the treatment of cardiometabolic conditions…
Meet Jamal

Book an Initial EP Assessment
Prior to starting any exercise program, a comprehensive initial assessment is conducted to analyse a patient's physical fitness and identify risks based on past medical history, data relating to fitness, stress tests and other patient health indicators.

Exercise Physiology FAQs

A typical initial appointment with an Exercise Physiologist will include:
  1. Initial assessment discussing your presenting condition, medical history, exercise history and goals.
  2. Objective assessment relative to your condition which for example may take measures of your blood pressure, joint range of motion or functional capacity.
  3. Discussion and education around how exercise will assist you in treating your problem and achieving your goals.
  4. Collaboration to determine the best method moving forward, whether that be starting 1:1 exercise sessions, group classes, or a home exercise program.
An initial consult will generally take between 40 – 60 minutes. Further standard consults can be booked for 30 - 40 minutes and group classes are run for up to 60 minutes.
Please contact our friendly receptionist to find out cost of services.
No, you do not need a referral for private consults.
Yes, exercise physiology is included in extras cover through many private health insurance providers. Just check with your provider what your rebates will be.
Yes. If you qualify, your GP can refer you into the Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) program which entitles you up to 5 bulk billed exercise physiology sessions through Medicare for the treatment of a chronic health condition. Speak to your GP to see if you’re eligible.
We offer individual sessions and groups classes for Type 2 diabetes. Under Medicare, you may be eligible for an EPC as well group exercise class services. This would entitle you to an initial assessment, and 8 group exercise classes fully funded through Medicare. For more information, please contact our friendly reception team or your GP clinic.
Yes, with a valid GP referral you can receive exercise sessions. We will just require your referral prior to your initial appointment and will ask to see your DVA card upon arrival.