Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) specialise in movement analysis and individualised exercise prescription. AEPs are trained to rehabilitate musculoskeletal injuries and to aid in the prevention injuries by applying appropriate exercise interventions. Engaging in safe and effective exercise under the guidance of an AEP will assist people living with chronic conditions to better manage their health and improve their quality of life.

 

AEPs can help with:

·         Musculoskeletal rehabilitation and return to function

·         Management of conditions such as but not limited to Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Emphysema, and Heart Failure

·         Injury “pre-habilitation”

·         Improving balance

·         Chronic pain management using movement

·         Improving function for people living with neurological conditions

·         Return to previous physical activities or work

·         Improving recovery rates after surgery


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Caelan Rice

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation - University of Canberra Member of Australian Pain Society (APS)

Specialising in:

Chronic pain management
Musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation
Physiological testing


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Andrew Powell

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Applied Science (Sports Medicine, Physiology), registered AEP, member of Australian Pain Society and Exercise Sports Scientists Australia.

Specialising:

Musculoskeletal rehabilitation
Post surgery rehabilitation
Balance, falls prevention
Strength and conditioning