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Book an appointment with our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs)

Our exercise physiotherapists can help:

  • Accelerate recovery from pain and injury (such as lower back and knee pain)
  • Manage and improve a health or medical condition (such as cancer, diabetes or arthritis)
  • Reduce the risk of developing a health or medical condition (such as heart disease)
  • Improve bone, joint and muscle health (especially important as you age)
  • Improve balance and coordination (to reduce the likelihood of falls)
  • Improve your heart and lung health, and decrease your blood pressure
  • Improve your mental wellbeing (reduce stress, depression or anxiety)
  • Improve your sports performance/sports specific conditioning

Book an appointment with our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs)

Exercise Physiology is currently available at Life Ready clinics Baldivis, Camberwell, Canning Vale, Cockburn, Midland, Marangaroo, Spearwood, and Swan View.

Our passion is making sure our clients move towards their best quality of life, and our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are experienced in designing and delivering safe and effective exercise and healthy lifestyle behaviours for the prevention, management and treatment of a number of chronic health conditions and injuries, as well as improving general health.

“Exercise as medicine” is also a great way to think of what our exercise physiologists offer. Exercise, whether it be resistance, aerobic, balance, flexibility or other forms of training can be used as a great way to manage and treat chronic and complex conditions such as:

  • Diabetes and obesity
  • Mental health issues (depression, anxiety)
  • Musculoskeletal injuries (pre/post-surgery rehab)
  • Neurological conditions (stroke, Parkinson’s, MS)
  • Aging (balance, falls risk, prevention of muscle and bone loss)
  • Cardiovascular (heart attack, arrhythmias, Hypertension, CVD)
  • Pulmonary (Cystic fibrosis, asthma, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
  • Paediatrics (Cerebral palsy, ADHD)
  • Cancer (delivery of exercise during treatment to aid therapy effectiveness and after treatment to regain function, strength, bone mass, fitness)

Exercise physiologists are able to:

  • Educate clients on health, conditions, injuries, what to do and what to avoid
  • Conduct assessments to recognise individuals abilities, health, fitness, goals, areas to rehabilitate
  • Identify other areas of concern and refer on to other allied health professionals when necessary
  • Treat each client individually- focusing on needs, interests, motivators (can use motivational interviewing and health coaching techniques)
  • Prescribe individualised exercise programs to treat conditions and avoid further complications
  • Provide a rebate if the client is covered for Exercise Physiology by their health fund
  • Provide Team Care Arrangement services with a referral from GP
  • See clients claiming through ICWA, NDIS and others.

Exercise physiologists are unable to:

  • Diagnose conditions and injuries, though they can refer on to physiotherapists, cardiologists and GPs