Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs)
- Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are university qualified allied health professionals (AHPs).
- Specialists in evidence-based exercise therapies for the treatment of chronic medical conditions, injuries and disabilities.
- Recognised by compensable schemes; Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA), Medicare, National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), most private health insurers, Transport / Motor Vehicle Insurance (CTP) & WorkCover.
Conditions treated by AEPs
Exercise physiologists specialise in the treatment and prevention of a wide range of medical conditions, injuries and disabilities.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Obesity and others
Chronic Disease Management
Learn how to manage and prevent chronic illnesses and injuries
- Do you have a chronic medical condition?
- Are you struggling with a long term injury?
- At increased risk of heart disease or diabetes?
- Recently diagnosed with osteoporosis or arthritis?
- Unsure how to manage your conditions?
You may be eligible for Medicare subsidised services via a Chronic Disease Management Plan (EPC).
Contact your GP to discuss if you are eligible for Medicare subsidised services.
CARDIAC REHABILITATION @ NEPP
We help your return to recreational and sporting activities. Special interest in spontaneous coronary artery dissections (SCAD).
Cardiac Rehab saves lives
- Cardiovascular Disease is the leading cause of death in Australia
- Participation in cardiac rehab following a cardiac event, diagnosis or intervention decreases your risk of future complications.
Return to your normal activities may seem more difficult if you;
- Had a high level of fitness prior to your event / procedure
- Intend returning to competitive sport or endurance activities
- Have an uncommon cardiovascular condition
How NEPP can assist you
- We communicate directly with your medical team
- Determine your abilities through individualised clinical assessments
- Prescribe highly personalised, evidence-based programs specific to your goals
- Use the latest technology to provide high quality programming resources
Information and resources about Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) are available from the Heart Foundation
Want to learn more about the role of exercise in healthy ageing?
- Maintain functional independence
- Improve aerobic capacity & walking duration
- Increase strength & mobility
- Reduce chronic pain & stiffness
- Boost immunity & increase energy levels
- Decrease your frailty & falls risk
- Individual & small group exercise options
- Home exercise programs
Contact us to discuss how we can assist you
Need to commence strength training specific to your needs?
- Have a physical disability or other permanent injury?
- Post operative recovery or pre-operative preparation?
- Sub-acute or chronic injury management?
- Clinical testing & evidence-based interventions
- Individual & small group sessions
- Home programs via Physitrack online technology
Are you eligible for NDIS funded or Private Health subsidised services?
Contact your NDIS Plan Co-ordinator to discuss your eligibility.
Contact your Private Health insurer to determine eligibility for subsidised group & individual services.