5 Reasons Why You Need an Exercise Physiologist

Lane Cove Physio has been a great supporter of In the Cove.  They are a Platinum Sponsor and with ITC’s dodgy knee and back we have spent quite a bit of time in their Hydrotherapy pool.  The Lane Cove Physio team has a new addition – Emma Unwin.  Emma is an Accredited Exercise Physiologists.

Will let Emma explain the five reasons you need to make an appointment with her.

 

We devise Exercise Programmes for Safe and Effective Exercise

Exercise Physiologists are university qualified and educated allied health professionals. They have the expertise and knowledge to design, deliver and assess a safe and effective exercise intervention for a wide variety of the population. They device exercise programs for acute, sub-acute or chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities.

We Get You Back on Your Feet

Did you know that Lane Cove has the second highest incidents of falls by the elderly in the Northern Sydney Health District?  Once an elderly person has fallen once or twice they get more and more nervous and lose their confidence. This is where an exercise physiologist can help.  With inactivity comes muscle deterioration and weakening. They will devise a programme to strengthen muscles to help a patient to be more active and not scared of falling.  It is not only the elderly that sees muscle weakening.  Muscle tissue and bone mineral density begin to deteriorate from the age of 30.

We Help You Improve Quality of Life

Research has proven that exercise, at the correct intensity and duration, does improve the quality and duration of life. More importantly, it decreases the incidence of chronic health conditions and obesity.  An Exercise Physiologist will use current literature and evidence to support their interpretation of a condition, when conducting fitness assessments, and generating individualised exercise programs to meet the needs of the client’s goals.

Exercise Physiologists Are All Rounders

We are experienced in creating exercise programs for the gym, fitness facilities, home based, and/or swimming pools. All our programmes aim to improving functional capacity and quality of life.  With Lane Cove Physio’s  on-site hydrotherapy pool and fully equipped patient gym, Emma is well suited to deliver the best outcomes for patients.

We Are Not Just About Injuries

An exercise physiologist can help you with:

  • General fitness / weight loss / muscle building
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Metabolic Disease
  • Neurological conditions
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Bone and Joint health
  • Cancers
  • Kidney Disease
  • Respiratory / pulmonary diseases
  • Mental health
  • Any other conditions for which there is evidence that exercise can improve the client’s clinical status.

An exercise physiologist works closely with the physiotherapists at Lane Cove Physio. Our professional accreditation and university degree and training will ensure you are treated safely and with the latest up-to-date training methods to help you achieve your goals, get you strong and enjoy life to the full.

Book a session with me today to feel the benefits and see the difference.

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Lane Cove Physiotherapy

237 Longueville Road, Lane Cove NSW 2066
Phone: 9428 5772
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Do you have a local issue you would like help with? ITC is here to help just email us at info@inthecove.com.au

This article is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical/physical condition.