NDIS - Exercise Physiology
Exercise Physiology for NDIS patients is now available at our clinics in Malvern East and Cheltenham.
Self-managed | NDIA | Plan-managed
Exercise Physiology Treatment
Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are university-qualified allied health professionals who tailor individualised exercise interventions for the prevention and management of acute, sub-acute and chronic medical conditions and injuries.
AEPs specialise in the prescription of exercise and lifestyle interventions and carry out a thorough assessment before designing, implementing and evaluating safe and effective exercise programs. These personalised interventions are exercise-based and include health and physical activity education, advice and support.
Funding for exercise physiology will come from 1 of 2 budget areas in your NDIS Plan: Capacity building – Improved Daily Living Capacity building – Improved Health and Wellbeing.
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Accessibility at our clinics
Our Malvern East clinic is situated in an older building, and as such there is no accessible bathroom, and our front door has a 10cm step to enter. Our Cheltenham clinic is a newer building and is fully accessible.
Experienced Exercise Physiologists who can help with your NDIS goals.
Your Local Exercise Physiologist
Madeleine Linton – Accredited Exercise Physiologist
in health, fitness and injury rehabilitation and she now enjoys working with and educating people about exercise and how the right type of exercise can assist with improving their pain, function and quality of life.
diverse range of people and professions.
Outside of work, Maddy loves being outdoors and enjoys keeping active through hiking and sailing. Maddy spends most weekends sailing on Port Phillip Bay and has competed at State, National and World Championship levels. Maddy also loves travelling, eating out and socialising with friends.
Graduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation
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