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Other Services

What are the other services we provide?

In addition to Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Concussion Management  & Clinical Pilates. These include:

  • Sarcopenia Clinic - Strength training for ageing adults 

  • GLAD - Education & Exercise program for people with hip and/or knee osteoarthritis 

  • Exercise is Medicine - Cancer and Chronic Health Issues

  • Restorative Therapy - Yoga, Mobility and Recovery

  • Sarcopenia Clinic

    • Our sarcopenia clinic sessions are specifically targeted to address the natural effects of ageing on muscle loss and physical function. After a 1 on 1 initial consult with a Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist, including strength assessments and goal setting, we develop an individual training to improve muscle mass, strength and physical function. Strength measures are then reassessed every 6 weeks to monitor your progression and ensure you are kicking goals! Whilst Initial sessions are completed in a 1 on 1 setting to ensure confidence in technique, as you progress you have the option of joining in small group sessions supervised by an exercise physiologist or progressing to independent training.

  • GLAD (Good Life with osteoArthritis in Denmark)
    • This is an education and exercise program, developed by researchers in Denmark for people with hip and/or or knee osteoarthritis symptoms. It has been running in Australia since 2016. It starts with an initial assessment with a Physiotherapist to measure your current functional ability, strength and flexibility/mobility. There are then 2 education sessions to teach you about Osteoarthritis, its risk factors treatment options and self-management strategies. You then progress to small group exercise sessions twice a week for six weeks to improve your joint control, strength, flexibility and confidence. At 3months you will review with your Physiotherapist your progress, goals, confidence and satisfaction. They will also re-measure your functional ability, strength and flexibility/mobility to ensure improvement.

  • Exercise is Medicine

    • Your Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist will start with an initial assessment of your goals and physical function dependent heavily on the current level of capacity. This program is designed to allow for a safe environment for individuals to exercise and manage symptoms of chronic disease. As with all of our services, we aim to test, re-test individuals and progress strength, endurance and stability where appropriate. 

  • Restorative Therapy

    • We start with an initial assessment of the passive and active joint range of movements combined with a functional strength assessment to determine mobility and restoration program. This can be achieved with one on one sessions or in a group setting with the goal of changing muscle length and joint range of motion and often promoting recovery. You will also have access to our recovery equipment (compression boots, massage guns, foam rollers, bands etc.)

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