Exercise Physiology

Paediatric Exercise Physiology

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Would you like to see your child be able to participate more in the community; have an improved sense of well-being; a reduction in anxiety; increased lung and heart efficiency; increased strength, flexibility, mobility, coordination; improved bone health; weight control; and a reduction of chronic diseases and secondary conditions.

This is the gift of movement

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At Centre of Movement Exercise Physiology plays an important role in neurological rehabilitation with a multitude of health and social benefits assosicated with exercise and movement in this population.

Exercise Physiology at Centre of Movement offers tailored programming with intensive therapies, one-on-one, hydrotherapy and home programs utilising state of the art neurological rehabilitation equipment.

‘Strength and fitness programs should not be considered as therapy interventions but rather rather as crucial components of a healthy lifestyle for everyone, something that is even more important for those at high risk of inactivity.

The role of the therapist is mainly to help their patients with cerebral palsy identify effective, sustainable strategies for incorporating intense physical activity in their lives and, perhaps, training specific capabilities that will increase their exercise capacity.’

1.Graham HK, and collegues. Cerebral palsy. Nat Rev Dis Primers. 2016

Exercise Physiology

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much"

– Helen Keller

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