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Exercise Physiology

Ability Action Australia’s NDIS registered Exercise Physiology service uses the power of exercise to help your body and mind.

Our experienced team of Exercise Physiologists (EPs) will provide you with a customised exercise program, giving you the tools to self-manage your condition and improve your quality of life.

The benefits of an exercise physiology program tailored specifically for you include:

  • Improved mental health, wellbeing and self-esteem
  • The ability to effectively self-manage your condition
  • Improved mobility and physical function
  • Pain reduction
  • Greater independence and the ability to achieve important life goals
NDIS Registered Exercise Physiology

Our EPs can help treat and manage specific conditions. They can help you to understand your condition and learn how best to manage and improve your health circumstance to become more independent and achieve your goals.

Our team members are accredited through Exercise and Sports Science Australia, and have backgrounds in rehabilitation. Let us design, deliver and evaluate safe and effective exercise interventions to help you live a better life today.

Want to know more? Read our blogs

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Five key facts about exercise physiology

You may have heard of exercise physiology but be unclear about how this allied health profession can improve quality of life for people living with disability. Here are five facts about how our NDIS-registered exercise physiologists change lives for the better!

Exercise physiologist supporting NDIS participant

Why exercise physiologists are NOT personal trainers

An accredited exercise physiologist (AEP) is an allied health professional with extensive training in understanding the body’s response to exercise, although people still confuse them with personal trainers. There really is no comparison because fitness professionals work in the sport and recreation sector, whereas AEPs work in the health sector and have wide-ranging qualifications and training.

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Five invisible benefits of exercise

How much do we really know about what changes occur inside our bodies when we exercise? Here are five of the ways our bodies react to exercise, showing why being physically active every day is one of the most important things we can do for our health, no matter our ability.

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We deliver a range of NDIS therapeutic supports and services to help you meet your NDIS goals. We will work with you to understand your needs and then deliver the outcomes you desire.

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NDIS Exercise Physiology

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a way of supporting people with permanent and significant disability. The NDIS is designed to give individuals greater choice and control over when, where and how their funded supports are provided. The specific support and funding available is based on each individual’s specific needs. You can find out more about what therapeutic supports are funded by referring to the NDIS website.

Ability Action Australia has the capability to provide Exercise Physiology Australia wide.

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