Exercise Physiology

Vermont South

Exercise Physiology Services

Exercise Physiologists are allied health professionals who use exercise-based interventions to treat and educate individuals with chronic conditions.

An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is equipped with the knowledge and skills to design, deliver and evaluate safe and effective interventions based on clinical evidence for individuals with acute, sub-acute or chronic medical conditions, disabilities and injuries.

AEPs take a holistic approach in treating individuals, by looking at physical, mental and lifestyle factors that may affect your health. Exercise interventions have many benefits, including improved quality of life, improved ability to perform daily tasks, manage your chronic condition and help to prevent chronic conditions. All ages can be treated by an exercise physiologist.

Exercise physiologist believe in ‘exercise is medicine’ and promotes exercise and healthy lifestyle choices. Many Australians experience chronic diseases and exercise is becoming a popular treatment intervention. AEPs can use strength, aerobic and flexibility training in their exercise programs, by following the recommended guidelines. AEPs will assess strength, cardiorespiratory fitness, posture, functional movements and balance, to assist in their exercise prescription.

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Exercise Physiologist

Staci Ball is our Exercise Physiologist who specialises in designing and delivering safe, effective exercise-based interventions

Staci believes in a holistic, individualised approach in prescribing exercises and loves to see her clients achieve their goals.

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Exercise Physiology FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some common questions about Exercise Physiology.

If you have any other questions, please contact us online or call 03 9001 1301.

An exercise physiologist can treat individuals with: Cardiovascular, Musculoskeletal, Metabolic, Neurological, Cancer, Kidney, Respiratory/Pulmonary, and Mental Health conditions.
Your exercise physiologist will develop an exercise-based intervention based on your unique requirements, which may include home exercise programs, gym sessions, hydrotherapy, falls prevention sessions, and Pilates.
You can see an Exercise Physiologist privately without a referral.
Yes – you are able to use your Chronic Disease Management (formerly Enhanced Primary Care or EPC) referral for exercise physiology appointments. Please call us on (03) 9001 1301 to organise an appointment.
Yes, you will need pre approval and recommendation from your GP. Please contact us for more information or to book an appointment.


Book Your Exercise Physiology Appointment

To make an appointment, you can either call our clinic on 03 9001 1301 or book online now.

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