Our university qualified Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are different from other fitness professionals as they have extensive knowledge, skills and experience in clinical exercise delivery and health related behavioural change counselling for people with chronic disease or injury.

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Our AEPs can see clients individually or in a group. They assess, prescribe, supervise and monitor exercise and lifestyle programs designed to achieve specific health outcomes for people with a broad range of conditions. They work with clients to motivate and support them when they start an exercise program and ensure they have the necessary skills to exercise safely and independently when they are ready.

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Our AEPs can help treat or manage the following conditions:
  • Diabetes and pre-diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Obesity
  • Different forms of cancer
  • Depression and mental health conditions
  • Arthritis and osteoporosis
  • Chronic respiratory disease and asthma
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Neuromuscular disease
They can also help people to exercise safely who:
  • have a chronic health condition
  • are overweight or obese
  • have an injury or are in pain
  • haven't exercised in a long time
  • don't feel comfortable in a gym environment

All of our Exercise Physiologists are accredited with Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA).


Initial or extended consult (50-60 minutes) $85

Review consult (45 minutes) $75

Review consult (30 minutes) $55

Group sessions (45-60 minutes) $15 per person

Health fund claiming available

Our Exercise Physiology Programs

Strong and Steady Program

The NAPHL Health Hub’s Strong and Steady Program helps people with Osteoporosis or Osteopenia to improve their strength, balance and mobility. Our Accredited Exercise Physiologist will guide you through a series of simple activities to improve your bone strength, reduce your fracture rate and reduce your risk of falling.

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Exercise for people with a disability

Exercising and everyday tasks can be hard when you have a disability. It can be difficult to stay motivated and know the best exercises and how to do them safely. Our university qualified Exercise Physiologist can prescribe a tailored exercise plan just for you and guide you in how to exercise safely. We can work with children, adults and the elderly with various disabilities, both physical and intellectual.

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Postural and Ergonomic Assessments

Poor posture can have long-term impacts on your body, including pain, headaches, muscle fatigue and impacts on your spine and joints. A Postural and Ergonomic Assessment with our university qualified Exercise Physiologist can help you look and feel better by identifying problem areas and prescribing corrective exercises.

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Hydrotherapy and Aquatic therapy

Exercising in water can be easier and less painful as it takes the pressure off your bones, joints and muscles. Water also offers natural resistance, which can help strengthen your muscles. Guided water-based exercises can help if you suffer from conditions such as arthritis, joint pain, back pain and neurological or orthopedic conditions. Our university qualified Exercise Physiologist can guide you through the best water-based exercises for you.

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