Prevent Or Manage
Injury And Illness

Injured, rehabilitating or suffering from a chronic illness? An exercise physiologist can help with exercise prescription for the prevention, treatment and management of these conditions.

Why See An
Exercise Physiologist

Accredited Professionals

Exercise physiologists complete a minimum 4 year university degree and 500 hours clinical practice. This means they’re skilled with the knowledge to help manage a variety of specific health conditions like arthritis, cancer, diabetes and more.

Tailored Programming

Exercise physiologists provide tailored programming specific to you and your needs, be it injury prevention, weight loss, diabetes prevention/control and healthy lifestyle advice.

Relief From Chronic Pain

Exercise physiologists are trained in a wide variety of pain management techniques and can assign exercises to help relieve chronic pain and restore your quality of life.

Tailored Pregnancy Programs

An exercise physiologist can help prescribe safe, tailored exercises for women at every stage of their pregnancy or post-natal care.

Exercise Physiology FAQs

Yes – you can claim your exercise physiology sessions on Medicare and private health insurance.

No – The Cube Gym Allied Health Services are available to both members and non-members.

Personal training involves a trainer with a certificate 3 and 4 in fitness training a relatively healthy person with little or no injuries. Exercise physiology on the other hand, is for those with musculoskeletal injuries or chronic conditions. Sessions are conducted by an exercise physiologist who has completed at years 4 years of university and post graduate experience.

You will often be asked to complete home based stretching or mobility exercises in addition to your sessions. These exercises aim to help you achieve your goal sooner.

Exercise Physiology
1:1 & Small Group.

Rehabilitation, metabolic disorders

Personalised Programs

Claim with Medicare, private health or NDIS