Exercise Physiology in Petersham

Exercise Physiology

Failing to engage in rehabilitation exercises promptly following a significant injury, illness, or surgical procedure could result in a decline in your physical condition, strength, endurance, and overall wellbeing. This is referred to as “deconditioning,” and has the potential to heighten the risk of falls, impede your mobility, and increase your dependence on others.

Exercise physiology is a field that uses exercise and physical activity aimed at improving your overall health, reducing pain, alleviating discomfort and helping you do better after you’ve had an injury, illness, or had surgery.

Our team of exercise physiologists will make a plan just for you with exercises and tips on how to stay healthy. This plan will help you stay as fit, strong, and healthy as you can be.

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This therapy service is available within the clinic, in your home as well as in the community.

What's involved?

Your therapy sessions will involve a variety of customised exercises that are designed especially for you. These exercises will cover a range of activities, including cardio workouts, muscle training, and using weights and advanced equipment in our specialised gym. Our team will also guide you through safe exercises that you can perform in the comfort of your own home.

Your program may include:

  • Assessments of fitness and functional capabilities.
  • Training for walking, which could involve walking with body weight support.
  • Aerobic conditioning.
  • Techniques to enhance mobility and safety.
  • Practice of tasks essential for daily activities.
  • Recommendations for walking aids.
  • Adjustments to your lifestyle as needed.

We’ll work together to understand what’s right for you.

Depending on your needs and objectives and to ensure you get the best possible results, your personalised program may also incorporate additional therapies, such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology and more.

What are the benefits?

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Regaining strength and function.

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Increasing flexibility.

Reducing or maintaining weight.

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Increasing energy levels and confidence.

Preventing falls.

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Reducing joint stiffness and muscle pain.

Increasing cardiovascular fitness.

Increasing muscular strength and endurance.

What can I expect as a Royal Rehab LifeWorks client?

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A team of skilled therapists and clinicians.

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A program that is tailored to your unique needs and goals.

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A genuine partnership between you and your clinical/therapy team so you have choice and control.

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A warm and friendly environment where you feel safe and cared for.

I’m interested, what's next?

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Contact us

The first step is to complete the online referral form or contact our friendly team on 1800 328 976.

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Discuss your needs

Once we receive your information, we will contact you to discuss your needs and specific goals.

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Our team will tailor your therapy

Following your detailed assessment, we will tailor a therapy program to your specific needs.

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Start your therapy

We will commence your therapy and support you to achieve your goals.

How can I fund my program?

There are several funding options available to access our services and programs, including NDIS, icare, private health insurance, self-funding, and funding through the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.

NDIS funding

Self-funding

icare funding

Private health insurance

Ready to get started on your Royal Rehab LifeWorks journey?

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