“Movement is an essential part of life. If we don’t move enough, our body starts to breakdown.”
There are very few of us that reach middle age free from injury or medical conditions. Irrespective of age, very few of us get enough exercise. The Department of Health and Ageing recommend that you need 180 minutes of exercise a week – that is, half an hour a day, with one rest day per week – just to maintain good fitness levels. The Department concedes that to do less than this is to risk serious long term health complications.
We are all working hard to try and get ahead in life, trying to save for retirement. What happens if we make it to retirement and our health isn’t with us so we can enjoy what we have worked so hard for?
What modern society and western lifestyle takes away from us, Exercise Physiology can help give back to us. All we need to do is work just a little and the benefits of exercise are ours for the taking.
No referral is necessary to see an exercise physiologist. Your doctor may refer you under a Chronic Disease Management Program. But this is not necessary.
What to Bring and Wear
Bring any relevant scans or medical files and wear comfortable clothing that you can move in.