Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology refers to the the study, analysis, and specific implementation of exercises' effects on the body. Our team is on hand to develop specialist support programs to get you moving safely without injury.

General Exercise Physiology

Group Training

Sport Specific Assessment

Sporting Body Program

Rehabilitation

Exercise Physiology Service Overview

Our specialists work together to focus on the reason behind injuries, their subsequent effects, and then prescribe exercise menus to aid in recuperation. One of the main goals of exercise physiology is to help the patient gradually improve their body's physical capacity and measure this progress over a set time. This is especially true in the case of injury survivors where safety is a primary concern, because over-training might aggravate the injured body part and lead to more harm.

Exercise physiology is undertaken with a group of health professionals, primarily Exercise Physiologists and Physiotherapists. A method commonly used for this process is circuit training. Circuit training is composed of exercises performed one after the other with timed periods of rest between each section of the circuit. This method is generally preferred as it uses the whole movement range of the body without requiring special equipment to perform. Circuit training utilises both aerobic and resistance calisthenics. Aerobic exercises include, but are not limited to, brisk walking, rope skipping, dancing, stair climbing, and more. While resistance training may consist of push-ups, sit-ups, squats, chin-ups, and lunges.

Our exercise physiologists are fully trained and ready to create and perform your customised exercise menu to help you recover from an injury or improve your current performance level.

We also recommend pilates physiotherapy in conjunction with our sport-specific assessment and sporting body program for competitive athletes where we will help you push the limits of your physical capabilities to gain an edge over the competition.

General Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiologists know only too well that every body is unique and responds differently to physical activity. Our general exercises physiology is what we recommend for most people to start in. It is available for all age groups, and targets the main reasons for and improved physical performance.

Group Training

Group training is a fantastic way to exercise in a fun and friendly environment, using the combined motivation of all around you to get the most out of your workouts.

Sport Specific Assessment

Have you always wanted to improve your technique or become more efficient in your sport? Our professional practitioners at The Sports Injury Clinic are trained to give you the latest in programs to help you with your sporting performance and prescribe exercises to make you more efficient.

Sporting Body Program

Expert advice and management for your complete Sporting Body Program. In sports, gaining every edge over the competition matters. This is a premium service for people who want to be sure they are performing at the peak of what their body is capable of.

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation sessions will be prescribed or recommended once our physiotherapists conclude that you need personal support and guidance when recovering from an injury.

Exercise Physiology

Our Exercise Physiology Team

Our exercise physiologists work together to craft customised exercise regimens that are unique and has specific goals for each patient.

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