Exercise Physiology2018-11-29T19:36:17+00:00

Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology can prevent & improve many health conditions, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Pain & Sports Injuries… EP can help!

Who we see

We work with people of all shapes, sizes, ages and abilities. If you want to improve your health and fitness or you are living with a chronic injury, disease or disability; we can help.

We can help manage a wide range of conditions and injuries, but we often see:

  • Back and joint pain or injury
  • Cardiovascular disease like angina and hypertension
  • Diabetes and pre-diabetes
  • Asthma and COPD
  • Workplace and motor vehicle injuries
  • Stroke and brain injuries
  • Developmental delays
  • Arthritis and osteoporosis
  • Cancer and multiple sclerosis

Research has shown many benefits of Exercise Physiology:

  • Reduced risk of fatal heart attacks by up to 50%
  • Recover from cancer treatment quicker
  • Improve breathing in those with lung disease by 70%
  • Reduced risk of type 2 diabetes by almost 60%
  • Reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Improved recovery rate after surgery
  • Reduced pain and increased movement with osteoarthritis

Our AEPs are registered with Medicare, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, WorkCover, the NDIS and are recognised by most private health funds.

How we treat

We take a holistic approach to your treatment. This can include:

  • Comprehensive assessment
  • Exercise prescription
  • Home, gym or other exercise programs to complete beyond the clinic
  • Discussion and education
  • Coordinating with your entire health care team
  • Telehealth communication to provide out-of-clinic support
physical therapist assisting young man
senior fitness
happy senior couple sitting on fitness balls
Underwater shot of swimmer training in the pool
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Choose your Exercise Physiologist

Our Exercise Physiologists will use their skill, knowledge and experience to help you return to normal, healthy function.  Each of our Exercise Physiologists has different areas of interest and expertise, so please take a moment to read about them and choose the Exercise Physiologist that’s right for you. If you’re not sure who is best to help you, touch base and we can help match you with the perfect practitioner for you.

Caitlin Feeney
Caitlin FeeneyExercise Physiologist
Caitlin is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist here at Melbourne Osteohealth. She has experience from the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Austin Hospital in several areas, with a strong interest in musculoskeletal, neurological, mental health and disability disciplines.
Meet Caitlin
Marissa Hoey
Marissa HoeyExercise Physiologist
Marissa is passionate about working with individuals living with disabilities, sub-acute and chronic disease. Her background in disability care and research makes her ideally placed for anyone wanting to improve their functional ability and manage their pain.
Meet Marissa

WHAT NEXT?

If you’ve chosen the Exercise Physiologist you’d like to see, call or book online and discover for yourself why our patients love us.

NOT SURE WHO TO SEE?

It can be difficult to choose the right Exercise Physiologist from a website so we’ve done the hard work for you. We’ve put together a talented team with diverse interests and expertise, who would all love to help you feel good again!

Feel free to give us a call, we’ll happily help you work out who is most suited to see you.

JUST NOT SURE?

If you’re not sure we can help or what treatment you might need, book a free 15 minute pain and injury assessment and we’ll help get you on the path to recovery.

Satisfaction Guarantee

If at any time, you are not satisfied with our care or service, contact us and we’ll happily arrange a free second opinion with another MOH practitioner.

Conditions We Treat

Why Choose Us

Frequently Asked Questions