Our accredited Exercise Physiologists are highly qualified health professionals who can help patients with chronic conditions to regain their health.
Helping you to safely improve fitness
When should I see an Exercise Physiologist?
If you have trouble getting fit and staying fit due to specific health issues or simply motivation, an Exercise Physiologist can help. Exercise Physiologists work to improve heart and lung function, physical and mental well-being along with achieving good posture, coordination and balance.
If you suffer from diabetes, back pain, chronic fatigue or osteoporosis an Exercise Physiologist can define a safe and progressive health program to help you reach your fitness goals safely.
Why choose Optimum Exercise Physiology?
Our Clinical Exercise Physiologists are all trained by Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA). This means they are highly qualified to provide a form of treatment that caters to all types of clients, including NDIS Plan recipients.
It also enables eligibility for benefits under Medicare, Work Cover, Doctor referrals along with Diabetes health care programs.
NDIS Exercise Physiology Program
Exercise Physiology is often part of NDIS plans for people with various conditions including cerebral palsy, MS, Parkinson’s disease and muscular dystrophy.
Designed around your needs
State-of-the-art studios, safe in-home treatment and easy to use teleconference facilities. No matter your needs we have your treatment covered.
Medical Referrals & Rebates Accepted
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