Exercise Physiology

The use of exercise and movement as medicine.

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At Road to Recovery, our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) have completed a minimum 4 years of university training to become qualified allied health professionals, recognised in the medical and health sectors.

Exercise Physiologists are experts in understanding how the body moves from a biomechanical point of view, which means, whatever your goals, our Exercise Physiologists can get you there.

Our Exercise Physiologists provide individualised exercise programs, ongoing support and lifestyle improvement advice to develop and advance in the most effective way possible, ultimately repairing your quality of life.

Working with an Exercise Physiologist benefits people of all ages and athletic ability. Exercise Physiologists assist individuals with foundational movement techniques that aim to reduce the potential for injury and optimise your physical development.

During your initial consultation, your Exercise Physiologist will ask about your medical and exercise history and your goals. Following this they will conduct a number of relevant tests that will establish baselines and determine how to treat you most effectively, such as:

  • Mobility Screening, for example, knee-to-wall for ankle range
  • Movement Quality, for example, squat and running technique
  • Strength, for example, right leg vs left leg strength testing
  • Endurance, for example, cardiorespiratory testing

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Diabetes Exercise Classes

Our team of Exercise Physiologists run individual and group setting diabetes within our Springwood clinic. These classes are Medicare funded, interactive and not only designed to assist you in losing weight and controlling your blood sugar levels, but also learn about the importance of exercise and diabetes management.

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Pilates Exercise (Reformer & Matt Based)

Pilates is a total body exercise and the traditional method is low-impact, focusing on flexibility, muscular strength and endurance. The exercises are performed with an emphasis on precision technique; balanced postural alignment; core strength; controlled, flowing movements; and using breath to centre the mind.

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Active Seniors Group Exercise Classes

Our active seniors group exercise classes are designed for our older locals and as the name suggests, the end goal to stay standing! These small group classes focus on improving balance to reduce risk of falls, increase mobility to assist with bending and reaching as well as strengthen your muscles to keep you living a life with less limits!

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