Exercise Physiology

Providing Exercise physiology in Engadine, our university qualified health professionals design and implement individual exercise, lifestyle and rehabilitation programs.

Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP’s) specialise in the use of exercise and movement for the rehabilitation of injury or pain and the management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, obesity and heart diseaseexercise physiology Engadine - walking.

Our private gym is equipped with cardio, strength and rehabilitation equipment. Our exercise physiologists work one on one or in small groups only, providing personalised, professional service.

Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists are experienced in treating:

Musculoskeletal conditions

  • Low back pain
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscle and joint injuries
  • Chronic and complex pain
Metabolic conditions

  • Dyslipidaemia
  • Weight management
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Impaired glucose tolerance
  • Insulin-sensitivity
Cardiovascular conditions

  • Coronary vessel disease
  • Peripheral vascular diseases
  • Hypertension


Research shows that regular exercise before, during and after cancer treatment can help decrease the negative side effects of treatment. Exercise is now recommended as a standard part of cancer treatment by both the ACSM and the Cancer Council.

Improving your physical fitness and strength during treatment improves quality of life, lessens fatigue and can reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes and osteoporosis.

Our experienced Accredited Exercise Physiologists will provide tailored exercise programs based on your diagnosis, specific treatment-related effects and your health status.

Exercise for Heart Conditions

There is overwhelming evidence for the benefits of exercise and physical activity if you have or are at risk of a heart problems.

Being active everyday is great for the heart. Thirty minutes most days of the week is recommended.

Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists can help be developing a program with you to assist in the management of risk factors including high blood pressure and being overweight. Exercise also promotes confidence, happiness and relaxation.

Corrective Exercise and Quality Movement 

Injury and pain influence how we move. Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists are trained in the specific assessment of movement patterns and the prescription of corrective exercises to improve the quality of your movement, manage pain, recover from injury and improve function.


One Health is a registered NDIS provider for Exercise Physiology. You can access the services of our experienced Accredited Exercise Physiologist with funding through the Support budget – improved health and wellbeing.

Please contact the clinic on 9548 3305 if you have any enquiries.


Initial assessment
Your first appointment will involve a thorough case history and assessment of your current physical capabilities. Your health and medical goals will be discussed and from your first session, goals will be set and a program will be developed. Please allow 1 hour for your first appointment.

Exercise Physiology Engadine- lungeSubsequent consultations
Following appointments focus on helping you reach the strength and fitness goals developed in the initial consultation. Close supervision of the exercises ensure correct technique, and allows for modifications and exercise progression to be made as necessary. Standard consultations are typically 30 min or 1 hour.

Group sessions
Small group sessions are run as blocks through out the year. Following an initial assessment, participants will be recommended for a group dependant on their ability and goals. Group numbers are kept to a minimum to allow close supervision of the exercises and each participant performs their own program targeting their specific needs.