clinical exercise

Spring is finally here… BUT so are your hay fever, asthma and allergies!

2019-10-01T10:33:22+10:00

Spring is finally here... BUT so are your hay fever, asthma and allergies! Melbournians all let us rejoice... for spring is finally here! The mornings are brighter, and the birds are chirping - it's all great news - unless you’re one of the hundreds of thousands of us [...]

Spring is finally here… BUT so are your hay fever, asthma and allergies!2019-10-01T10:33:22+10:00

What exactly is diabetes and how can you reduce your risk of getting it?

2019-08-01T11:52:13+10:00

What is diabetes and how can I reduce my risk? Diabetes Awareness Week In 2015, 71% of men, 56% of women and 27% of children were found to be overweight or obese in Australia. Each and every one of these Australians are at  increased risk of developing heart [...]

What exactly is diabetes and how can you reduce your risk of getting it?2019-08-01T11:52:13+10:00

My GP tells me I need to see an Exercise Physiologist, but what do they actually do?

2019-08-01T11:47:39+10:00

My GP tells me I need to see an Exercise Physiologist, but what do they do? Exercise Physiologists or Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are university trained health professionals who have undertaken extensive training to treat medical conditions and pain, with clinical exercise. Exercise Physiologists also work with those [...]

My GP tells me I need to see an Exercise Physiologist, but what do they actually do?2019-08-01T11:47:39+10:00

The awesome health benefits of working with an Accredited Exercise Physiologist

2019-08-01T11:50:53+10:00

The awesome health benefits of working with an Accredited Exercise Physiologist Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are university educated allied health professionals. They specialise in the delivery of clinical exercise, lifestyle and behavioural modification programs for the prevention and management of chronic disease and injury. Exercise Physiologists have completed [...]

The awesome health benefits of working with an Accredited Exercise Physiologist2019-08-01T11:50:53+10:00