We are experts at delivering evidence based clinical exercise prescription and lifestyle modification guidance. We skilfully and respectfully combine our expertise to inspire, educate and motivate our clientele as they face new obstacles and strive for change. We will achieve our goals by collaborating and developing our diverse skill sets, by being flexible in our thinking and behaviour, and being persistent. We will employ people who share our goals and who have the skills that we will support and enhance to achieve those goals.
24 Yuille St, Frankston South
Melbourne
Victoria
3199
Australia

FAQ

What do I wear and bring?
What are my payment options?
Do I need a referral?
What is an Exercise Physiologist?
Can you come to my home?
What will I need to wear?
Can I get private health rebates?
Who should see an Exercise Physiologist?
What conditions can an Exercise Physiologist help with?
What does it cost?

What do I wear and bring?

On your initial visit, please bring any relevant documentation relating to your health, such as a referral from your doctor, blood test results, X-ray, MRI and scan reports. Please also bring with you, a list of your current medications, and medical history (if you have these handy).

Try to wear loose clothing you feel comfortable moving freely in (such as tracksuits). It is also important that you wear appropriate foot wear (no open toe shoes). A water bottle and towel are also suggested.

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What are my payment options?

We accept as Cash, Cheque, Credit Card, Direct Credit or EFTPOS. We have a HICAPS terminal for on the spot claiming of all Services attracting Medicare and Private Insurance rebates.

Please feel free to discuss your requirements with us.

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Do I need a referral?

If you are attending privately, you do not need a referral. If you are new to exercise we do suggest you obtain a medical clearance from your GP - we can discuss this with you if need be. If you are claiming your Exercise Physiology services under Medicare, WorkSafe, Veterans Affairs or TAC, you will require a specific doctor’s referral.

Please contact us on 97706770 to clarify any further information and to get started! Alternatively you can refer yourself by clicking here (link to referral page) and we will be in touch within 24 hours - thank-you.

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What is an Exercise Physiologist?

The term “Exercise Physiologist” describes professionals from within the field of exercise science who have specialised skills in either health and fitness or exercise rehabilitation. As knowledge in the area of physical conditioning and rehabilitation has increased, the evolution of specialists in various fields have become apparent. The development of a specialised area in the field of exercise science has only occurred in recent years. Exercise Sports Science Australia (ESSA ) defines the domain of an Exercise Physiologist as matching the immediate aspirations and needs of the client with appropriate exercise interventions, and developing strategies which promote and assist in interventions being undertaken regularly for a prolonged period of time. Interventions will rarely only involve physical activity and as a consequence the Exercise Physiologist does not practice in isolation but will collaborate with other recognised health practitioners. An Exercise Physiologist is ideally suited to providing professional services in the area of exercise as a treatment strategy in physical rehabilitation, as a preventative strategy for disease prevention, and work-hardening as part of establishing and sustaining functional independence.

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Can you come to my home?

We can come to your home or office. Fees do change but are dependant on location and equipment needs – please contact us.

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What will I need to wear?

Clothing that you feel comfortable in! Supportive shoes are a great idea and material that breathes will also make you feel more comfortable.

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Can I get private health rebates?

You will need to check with your fund – mention that you are seeing an Exercise Physiologist.

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Who should see an Exercise Physiologist?

Exercise Physiology is suitable for all levels of fitness and age groups.

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What conditions can an Exercise Physiologist help with?

Anyone who has musculo-skeletal or chronic disease concerns.

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What does it cost?

Fees vary depending on the session time you book and how many sessions are booked. Health fund rebates may be applicable, please check with your fund.

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