Timothy Wells

Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are highly qualified allied health professionals who have undergone university-level education and training. They possess the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to design, deliver, and evaluate exercise interventions that are safe and effective for individuals with acute, sub-acute, or chronic medical conditions, injuries, or disabilities.

Here are some ways in which our AEPs can assist you:

  1. Chronic Disease Management: Our AEPs specialize in developing exercise programs tailored to manage chronic conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and obesity. These programs aim to improve overall health, manage symptoms, and enhance quality of life.
  2. Pulmonary Disease: AEPs are well-versed in designing exercise interventions for individuals with pulmonary conditions, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and other respiratory disorders. These programs focus on enhancing respiratory function, reducing breathlessness, and improving exercise capacity.
  3. Metabolic Disease: AEPs can provide exercise guidance and support for individuals with metabolic conditions like metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance. Their interventions aim to improve metabolic function, promote weight management, and enhance overall metabolic health.
  4. Neurological Disease: AEPs are equipped to develop exercise programs for individuals with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, and spinal cord injuries. These programs focus on optimizing movement, enhancing strength and balance, and managing symptoms.
  5. Musculoskeletal Disease: Our AEPs specialize in addressing musculoskeletal conditions, including arthritis, osteoporosis/osteopenia, and acute or chronic musculoskeletal issues. They can design exercise interventions to manage pain, improve joint function, enhance strength and mobility, and promote overall musculoskeletal health.
  6. Back and Neck Pain: AEPs can provide targeted exercise interventions to address and manage back and neck pain. These programs aim to improve posture, enhance core stability, strengthen supporting muscles, and alleviate pain.
  7. Mental Health Conditions: AEPs recognize the significant role exercise plays in mental health. They can design exercise programs to assist in managing conditions such as depression, anxiety, and stress. Exercise has been shown to enhance mood, reduce symptoms, and improve overall well-being.
  8. Cancer: AEPs can support individuals undergoing cancer treatment or in survivorship. They develop exercise interventions to manage fatigue, improve strength and endurance, and enhance quality of life during and after treatment.
  9. Falls Prevention and Balance: AEPs are skilled in developing exercise programs to reduce the risk of falls and improve balance and stability, particularly for older adults and individuals at higher risk of falls.
  10. Group Classes: Our AEPs conduct group classes, including Pilates classes, balance classes, and performance classes. These classes offer a supportive and engaging environment for individuals to improve their fitness, strength, balance, and overall well-being.
  11. WorkCover: AEPs can collaborate with individuals under a WorkCover claim to develop work-specific functional exercise programs. These programs focus on restoring function, promoting safe movement, and facilitating a smooth return to work after an injury.

Our dedicated AEPs are committed to providing personalized care and empowering individuals to achieve their health and fitness goals.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation with one of our Accredited Exercise Physiologists and take the first step towards optimizing your health and well-being.

We accept Medicare, DVA, Workcover, NDIS or Health Funds referrals.