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Accreditation as an exercise physiologist is the mark of an experienced and University qualified health professional. Exercise Physiologists are the most qualified health professionals in Australia to prescribe exercise.
The term Exercise Physiologist (E.P.) describes 5 year university/clinically trained experts in exercise prescription, rehabilitation, physiology, anatomy, psychology, nutrition to name a few. There is a requirement that E.P.’s maintain yearly accreditation (with Exercise & Sports Science Australia, ESSA) via continuing professional development.
An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is a specialist in the following areas:
- Exercise for health and wellbeing
- Musculoskeletal rehabilitation
- Improvements in sports performance
- Exercise for rehabilitation
- Chronic and complex medical conditions
- Work conditioning.
If eligible, you can claim my services at your Private Health Insurance provider, Medicare and WorkSafe/Work Cover.
What to expect:
From your comprehensive case history, a comprehensive exercise plan is put together, individually tailored specifically for you. This will include corrective exercises, mobility and strengthening exercises + lifestyle recommendations.
The program is devised during the initial consultation and once completed it is emailed to you to follow @ home, the gym or outdoors.
This plan is reviewed and monitored closely by both Jeremy and yourself to ensure you are progressing well, reaching your desired goals, as well as improving your over all health and wellbeing.
If you want expert advice in health and fitness, choose an Exercise Physiologist.
If you have one of the following conditions you need to book a session with Jeremy:
Diabetes, prediabetes, cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal injury, arthritis, obesity, cancer, depression, osteoporosis, dysmetabolic syndrome, back and neck pain, occupational injury, chronic respiratory disease, asthma, physical restrictions or mobility issues.
To learn more about Exercise Physiology visit ESSA.