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WE ARE NOW OFFERING EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY SERVICES

We are excited to tell you that SHIEL FAMILY PHYSIO IS NOW OFFERING EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY SERVICES!!!!

Emma, a recent graduate from Murdoch University is now in the clinic to assist you with your Exercise Needs!


What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist?
Did you know that often you can help yourself treat your symptoms through exercise? An exercise physiologist is an university qualified allied health professional that is trained in designing and delivering safe and effective exercise interventions for people with chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities. Services delivered by an AEP are also claimable under Medicare and private health fund rebates. 


How is an Exercise Physiologist different to a Physiotherapist?
Physios generally focus on the diagnosis of acute injuries as well as helping to treat pain and restoring function. Exercise physiologists use evidence-based movement and exercise intervention for chronic disease prevention and management, musculoskeletal injuries and weight management. Exercise physiologists often work as part of a team of doctors, physiotherapists and other allied health professionals to ensure the best results for their clients.
What can an Exercise Physiologist help you with?
Whether you’re living with a chronic condition, illness, injury or just want some advice on how to exercise right for your specific needs, an AEP can help!
• Assisting in improving strength and flexibility in all parts of the body
• Able to supervise home based exercise programs
• Ergonomics, workplace health and rehabilitation.
• Pre-employment exercise screening
• Sport specific training and rehabilitation
• Balance and gait training
• Exercise to assist in weight-loss
• Exercise to assist cardiovascular complications
• Musculoskeletal rehabilitation
• Neurological rehabilitation

Stay tuned for new developments happening soon including a balance and falls prevention program, exercise programs to assist in weight loss and bone health classes. 


Have a specific condition that you require help with or are unsure about? Get in contact and we will be happy to assist you meet your goals.