An exercise physiologist is a healthcare professional who gives people information and advice about exercise to help them manage and prevent injuries and chronic conditions. They put together individual exercise programs, provide counselling on how to maintain an active lifestyle and make sure that exercise programs are safe, effective and appropriate for the person.
Exercise physiologists provide rehabilitation services and work with people who have or are recovering from a range of conditions including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic pain, depression and cancer.
- Diagnosis and treatment
- Sports-related health
- Injury prevention
- Management of acute and chronic conditions
- Early intervention for those at risk
- Information and advice
- Health-related information
- Worker's compensation and Department of Veterans’ Affairs requirement
Appointments can be made directly without a referral.
Your doctor or other health professional may also refer you to an exercise physiologist.
How to access
Find out more about exercist physiologists
Visit the Exercise and Sports Science Australia website
(07) 3862 4122
Contact your local exercise physiologist for clinic opening hours.
The cost of an exercise physiologist varies depending on the treatment. Contact the clinic before you attend if you are unsure of the cost.