At Better Exercise Physiology we treat pain and injuries using exercise as therapy. We work to increase your strength, fitness and mobility to put you back in control.
We will teach you how to do the RIGHT exercises with PROPER technique.
Injuries we specialise in:
Chronic and complex low back pain
Neck and shoulder injuries
Hip and knee replacements
We also see patients with wide range of complex medical conditions including diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
What You Can Expect From a Course of Treatment?
1. A Full Assessment of your posture, movement and muscle function
(we identify exactly what needs fixing)
2. From there we develop a specific exercise program for you to continue at home
(importantly we teach you correct technique)
3. In follow up appointments we revise and progress your program
(the end result: you’re in control of your injury)
What is an Exercise Physiologist?
We are highly trained Exercise Specialists with a 4-5 year university degree
There are not many of us around but that number is growing rapidly!
We are the best people to assess how you move and also how to fix it with exercise
We are here to serve YOU,
however we only see clients who can tick the following boxes:
> You are motivated to do something about your injury
> You are able to commit to at least 15 minutes of exercise each day at home
> You can commit to a minimum of 4 sessions over the next 2 months
> You are sick and tired of being in pain and are ready to start living a pain free life
If this sounds like you then we’d love to hear from you.
Click on the link below to make an enquiry. Tell us about your condition and we’ll let you know if we can help.
Prices and rebates
Each session costs $100 or $75 for a concession card holder
If you have a EPC care plan (Medicare referral) written up by your doctor this will cover $52.95 of these fees
If you have private health insurance you may be eligible for a rebate
If you have a claim with TAC, WorkSafe or DVA your sessions may be covered (please call to discuss first)
Q. What does a typical session look like?
A. The initial session will include a thorough assessment. We will also develop an exercise program that addresses your issues, be it weakness, over recruitment, decreased activation, incorrect sequencing or any other movement dysfunction you may have.
Q. How long does a course of treatment last?
A. This depends on the nature of your injury. Simple cases may take as little as 4-6 weeks with more complex injuries taking longer. Either way, you should expect to see a significant improvement within the first few sessions.
Q. How does an Exercise Physiologist differ from a Physiotherapist?
A. Exercise Physiologists are the highest trained professionals specialising primarily in exercise. We teach you to treat your own condition. Unlike physiotherapists we do not do hands on work (massage and adjustments) and refer on when this is needed.
If you’ve got this far and are still unsure, ask yourself this important question:
How would your life change if you didn’t suffer with pain?