Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiologists (EP’s) are university qualified health professionals, specialising in delivering exercise programs tailored for a range of conditions, disabilities and injuries. We have an in-depth knowledge of how the body respond to exercise, and adjust programs to suit different levels of health/fitness. EP’s focus on treating each person on an individual basis, as no two bodies are the same. Following an initial assessment including baseline testing, graded exercise programs are used, with small increases in volume/intensity to to progress the patient. The ‘Sweet Spot’ is what we aim for, so that we are improving health/fitness/illness without causing pain or risk associated with conditions. Exercise Physiologists are equipped with  knowledge of the different types of exercise and use combinations of strength, cardiovascular, mobility and balance to help individuals achieve their goals. 

We believe in making the years count, and advocate for increasing or maintaining QOL, especially as we get older. Exercise can help prevent falls, maintain independent living, help keep up with the grandchildren while also assisting with other age-related health conditions. 

“If the benefits of exercise could be packaged into a single pill, the whole world would be taking it” 

Exercise Physiologists commonly work with:

  • Chronic injures – backs, knees, hips, shoulders etc. 
  • Metabolic disorders – obesity, blood pressure, T2DM
  • Neurological Conditions 
  • Cardiovascular conditions 
  • Mental Health
  • Age-related conditions – falls risks, bone density, strength to maintain QOL
  • Those at risk of developing a chronic condition
  • Reduce risk of injury/re-occurring injury in sports

Services an Exercise Physiologist can provide: 

  • 1:1 Exercise delivery
  • Group Classes
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Home Exercise Programs
  • Gym/Strength Programs
  • Pre-Employment Programs

 If you would like to know more about how Exercise Physiology can help your individual situation, please get in touch. 


Do I need a referral?

No referral is needed if you are receiving treatment as a private patient.

A referral is required if your assessment and treatment is funded by NDIS, DVA or Medicare.

Return to Work SA clients will need to provide their claim number and work place contact at time of initial appointment.

How long is an assessment?

Initial consult appointments for new clients or returning clients with a new complain will be 45 – 60 minutes. Standard follow up appointments are 30 mins. Group classes are 60 minutes. 

RTW/NDIS are 60 minute appointments

Do you have seniors / pensioner rates?

Yes. Refer to our fee guide.

You will need to produce appropriate identification to receive the discounted rate.

Where can I access this service?

Exercise Physiology services can be carried out in the clinic, home, outdoor, or gym environment. Please contact us to discuss specific situations

What do I need to bring?

Clothing appropriate to exercise in, including closed in shoes, a towel if necessary and a water bottle. 

Please bring any relevant medical documentation including imaging, xrays, specialist reports, medication lists or any other information that you deem relevant to your current complaint.

If the appointment is being paid by a third party eg NDIS please bring appropriate documentation including referral, claim number, insurance details.

Private health card and Medicare card for on the spot claiming