We are currently in the process of becoming Ex.Phys. providers through Medicare. Please contact us.
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We have had much success in working with clients disability, chronic health conditions or with rehabilitation.
For our new exercise physiology clients, we recommend the 60 minute initial consultation. Our exercise physiologist Jackson Cockerill employs a range of exercise interventions that function to mitigate or prevent acute, sub-acute or chronic disease or injury to help restore an individual’s health and wellness, while bringing their physical function back to an optimal range. This not only provides individuals suffering from injuries with support but reduces their risk of acquiring an injury or reinjuring themselves.
Jackson has had experience training young children with disabilities as well as adult clients with health issues such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer, musculoskeletal problems, metabolic dysfunction and mental health disorders. Jackson focuses on collaborating with his clients to set goals, as well as motivating them through each session to achieve those goals whilst improving functional mobility and the client’s overall quality of life.
- Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology
- Diploma of Fitness
- Certificate III & IV in Fitness
- First Aid & CPR
…One of Jackson’s key-skill areas is working with clients with disabilities or chronic health conditions
We are approved NDIS providers, assisting clients to improve, regain or preserve their functional capacity. Improving quality of life for all NDIS participants, we create specific exercise programs catering for current needs, while supporting them to achieve their goals.
Exercise physiology can assist many clients with chronic health conditions such as, but not limited to Affective Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida and Heart Diseases.
Exercise Physiology is beneficial for those who are suffering from injury or post surgery who require rehabilitation. Our goal is to restore functionality using evidence-based research to develop tailored exercise programs.