Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology at PhysiCo
Our Exercise Physiologists at our Sydney CBD clinic provide our patients with health education, advice and support. By developing safe, effective, individualised exercise interventions and developing healthy habits for incorporation into everyday life. Enabling patients to manage their medical conditions, in the best way possible.
Who do I book with?
Our physiotherapists are all trained in exercise physiology, so it’s a one stop shop! By booking with any of our physios, you can ask for exercise advice, plans, and motivational techniques. Our clinicians are knowledgeable about the effects of exercise on the musculoskeletal system, as well as on the cardiovascular and endocrine systems. Prescribing courses of exercise for medical conditions, fitness and rehabilitation with an emphasis on behavioural modification.
Common issues addressed
Obesity, arthritis, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, depression, asthma and cardiovascular diseases and many others can benefit from the expertise of our exercise physiologists. These issues often cause musculoskeletal injuries so the convenience of seeing a physio who knows exercise physiology is greatly sought after. We understand the inconvenience of seeing hundreds of different practitioners!
All-round health
At PhysiCo, we have dietitians, physios, physiologists, and podiatrists who all work together to build the best version of you. Through diet, movement, rehabilitation and lifestyle changes, the team at PhysiCo works with you. By learning more about your body and nutrition, your body will surprise you in ways you never expected! Call (02) 9267 3775 or book online and get moving!
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