Effective exercise programs aim to improve quality of movement and assist with the rehabilitation of chronic conditions and injuries.
It is important for rehabilitation to be supervised by qualified exercise professionals, such as exercise physiologists, in order for the program to be tailored and adjusted to your specific conditions and goals. Rehabilitation doesn’t always follow a straight line, so supervised exercise is encouraged to allow for progressions and regressions. Move Exercise Physiology offers services for rehabilitation for a range of conditions and injuries, including but not limited to:
- Cancer: before, during and after treatment, including surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and more
- Cardiac rehabilitation: cardiac events, stents, bypass, pacemaker, ablations and other surgeries
- Neurological conditions: Stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, brain injury and spinal cord injury
- Orthopaedic surgery: bone, ligament and joint repairs, reconstructions and replacements such as hip replacements, knee replacements, shoulder reconstructions, ACL repairs
- Spinal surgery: spinal fusions, disc repairs, laminectomy’s
- Obstetric and gynaecological surgery: caesarean section, hysterectomy, prolapse repair, bladder surgery
- Musculoskeletal injuries: back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, radial tunnel syndrome
- Disability rehabilitation: intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, cerebal palsy, muscular dystrophy
- Return to Work and Motor Vehicle Accident rehabilitation
Move Exercise Physiology provides services to patients referred on an enhanced primary care plan (EPC) with a small gap and
Medicare rebates can be issued in clinic. We also accept referrals for Work Cover, MVA, DVA and private health rebates may be available.