Exercise
Physiology

Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) have extensive knowledge, skills and experience in delivering safe, effective clinical exercise programs.

tom-stretton

Tom Stretton

B Ex Sci (Rehab), M Phty

Physiotherapist/Exercise Physiologist

AEPs specialty is exercise, to improve people’s health through active treatment modalities rather than passive treatment modalities. AEPs have a thorough understanding of anatomy, physiology, bio mechanics and the effects of disease/injury on the body. Sports Medicine Institute AEPs provide evidence based treatment to improve our patient’s health.

Why a GP may refer you to an Accredited Exercise Physiology

  • To improve your quality of life and health
  • To assist you with gaining a more proactive approach in creating a healthy lifestyle
  • Rehabilitation

Do you need to see an Exercise Physiologist?

  • Is your weight impacting on your mobility and providing physical restrictions?
  • Do you have chronic and complex medical conditions?
  • Do you need rehabilitation programs or musculoskeletal rehabilitation either due to injury or post operatively?
  • Do you require work conditioning?
  • Do you require sports performance or pre-habilitation training?