Exercise Physiology is a form of treatment with the use of exercise for medicine, to help individuals manage and prevent injuries as well as any existing or developing medical conditions.
Our exercise physiologists will analyse and prescribe according to each individual taking into account previous history and activity to understand how your body responds to different exercise modalities and intensities.
They will also explore the effects of exercise on your health, performance, and how to prevent and manage chronic conditions.
ASSESSMENT AND TESTING
Our exercise physiologists will conduct fitness assessments to evaluate your current physical condition and capabilities.
Looking at your muscular strength, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, stability and body composition.
This information will help them to decide your areas that are in need of development and prescribe appropriate exercise programs.
Based on the assessment results, our exercise physiologists will design personalised exercise programs tailored to you and working towards relevant goals.
They will consider factors such as your goals, age, fitness level, medical history, and specific requirements or limitations.
Our exercise physiologists will guide and instruct you on proper exercise techniques and ensure you will perform exercises safely and effectively.
They demonstrate exercises, provide feedback on form, and monitor progress during exercise sessions, ensuring you are on track for your goals.
Our exercise physiologists will help you recover from injuries or manage chronic conditions.
They design exercise programs to aid in rehabilitation, increase fitness, improve mobility, build strength, manage weight,and enhance overall health.
Our exercise physiologists work with athletes to optimise their performance.
They will develop training programs that target specific physiological adaptations, improve endurance, strength, power, speed, and agility, and help athletes achieve their performance goals.
Throughout the exercise program, our exercise physiologists will track progress and adjust the training regimen as needed to ensure progress is on track.
They may use technologies like heart rate monitors, pulse oximeter and other measurement tools to assess performance and make evidence-based adjustments.
EVIDENCE BASED APPROACH
Our exercise physiologists constantly expand their knowledge in the field to deliver the best evidence-based practice.
They will educate and provide guidance to you on exercise-related topics, such as the benefits of physical activity, injury prevention, nutrition and health promotion.
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