Exercise physiologists can treat and prescribe exercise programs to cover a range of medical conditions such as obesity, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, asthma, cardiovascular diseases and mental health along with many other conditions.

At P360 our Exercise Physiologists have extensive knowledge about how the human body works and the benefits that exercise can have on it both mentally and physically.

Our Exercise Physiologists focus on creating effective exercise programs for individuals with acute, sub-acute injuries, chronic medical conditions, or disabilities. They work closely with our Physiotherapists to ensure that the patient’s goals are achieved whilst receiving the top care possible.

The key features of Performance 360’s Exercise Physiology treatment plan include:

  • Pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Exercise prescription and education
  • Strength & Condition programs
  • Small sports-specific group classes
  • Chronic disease management
  • Functional assessments
Exercise Physiologist performing assessment on patient
Exercise Physiology strength and conditioning program

Our Exercise Physiologists

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Exercise Physiologist?

An exercise physiologist is a university-trained allied health professional that looks at the physiology of physical exercise by studying the acute responses and chronic adaptations to exercise in individuals.

When can I return to sport?

Clearance to return to sport will be determined by your allied health profession, doctor or surgeon.

Returning to sport early can delay healing and prolong recovery, so your exercise physiologist will consider how you progressed in your rehabilitation and transitioned from physiotherapy into an exercise physiology program.

Sometimes bracing or taping may allow an early return to sport. However, as a rule most soft tissue injuries and bone injuries will take at least six weeks for scar tissue to mature or bone to strengthen. Therefore, caution is required and is best discussed between your exercise physiologist, doctor, and coach.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

Any relevant forms, referrals and scans will need to be brought to your initial assessment. Upon booking, it would make your experience much more efficient if you can advise us if your treatment is being handled by insurance, you have a care plan from your doctor or if you are paying privately. Please ensure you wear comfortable clothing, suitable for active movement and exercise to your appointment.

How can I pay?

Payment for your consultation is required on the day and we offer a variety of payment methods including EFTPOS, Credit Card, eziDebit, and cash. Our Clinic Concierge team can assist you with any claims you may need to make for your health fund or an EPC Medicare rebate through the Clinic’s HICAPs terminal or we can provide you with a e-receipt for you to make your claim at a convenient time.

If you are being treated under WorkCover, CTP or another insurance case, please ensure you bring along with you all relevant documentation, including WorkCover Certificate, Insurance claim details, case manager details etc.

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