NDIS exercise physiology

Building your strength one step at a time

Sometimes, the biggest smiles come from personal victories that nobody else sees. Maybe it’s lifting a kettle without a strain or taking the stairs with ease. It’s the small wins in your strength journey that add up, and guess what? They’re worth sharing.  With our NDIS exercise physiology, it’s all about your progress. Whether it’s reaching a bit farther when you stretch each morning, walking a bit faster, or breathing a little easier, it’s designed to make both you and those around you proud of every step forward.

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Your condition changes - your fitness plan should too

When your health can be unpredictable, you need an exercise buddy who knows that not every day is the same. The right support provides peace of mind knowing that your exercise plan isn’t set in stone — it’s as flexible enough to adapt to your personal circumstances. This plan isn’t stuck in one way of doing things. It changes as you get stronger and can do more. With this approach, you get a plan that’s so effective that people around you can’t help but ask,  “What’s your secret?”. And when they ask for advice, you’ll know your routine is not just effective; it’s inspiring.

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Move with the right purpose

Knowing how each exercise affects your wellness is important – that’s what exercise physiology is all about. Your fitness program shouldn’t feel like a guessing game or a trial and error. By working with skilled exercise physiologists, you can ditch those ‘what if this doesn’t work?’ worries. We’ll design one that fits you perfectly, focusing on your comfort and improvement. So, no more second-guessing – you can confidently step towards a stronger, healthier you.

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NDIS exercise physiology

What our participants had to say

Heela K.
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Would definitely recommend this service to anyone in need of a disability service. They treat their clients with the uttermost respect and their staff are very polite with noticeably advanced skills.
Omar B.
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I was amazed at their level of attention and expertise they provided. This is a wonderful institution that is dedicated to servicing the needs of Older and Disabled people in our local community.
Mahmoud A.
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The very finest, and most certainly a professional centre. Great institution caring for older people and disabled people in its community. Dedicated staff, extraordinary services.
Yogirl B.
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They genuinely cared for someone I know with a disability by regularly checking up and following up on progress. We are really happy to have found a group that care about disabled people and want to see positive progress in their life.
Adam N.
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Great professional care , with dedicated staff who are friendly and always willing to assist. Thank you for your service
Mariam Y.
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Respectful and awesome attitude every home visit i've had. Great team!
Jameil H.
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Friendly staff with professional service. Thank you SHCS.
Billal H.
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Really nice people carrying workers very polite.

Get stronger, move better

When you’re on the NDIS, the right support can make all the difference for your fitness and well-being. NDIS exercise physiology isn’t just about giving you a set of exercises; it’s a complete package to boost your health. You get personalised routines, help with pain management and tips tailored to your health goals:

Personalised exercise programs

Get customised exercise plans that cater to your specific needs, goals, and abilities.

Pain management

Practice exercise strategies to help manage chronic pain and improve your overall quality of life.

Mobility training

Improve your movement and function through balance training and stretching routines.

Strength and conditioning

Build muscle strength, endurance, and overall physical condition to support your daily activities and enhance day-to-day performance.

Cardiorespiratory training

Focus on heart and lung health with exercises designed to help individuals with specific cardiovascular health conditions.

Functional rehabilitation

Recover from injuries or surgeries, with the aim of returning  to your pre-injury level of function.

Hydrotherapy

Reduce your joint strains through water-based exercises. Perfect for those who may benefit from the buoyancy and resistance of a pool environment.

Education and support

Know more about your condition and how exercise impacts your health. You’ll also get continuing support for motivation.

Lifestyle advice

Receive guidance on how to include physical activity in your daily life and make healthier lifestyle choices.

Assistive technology recommendations

Get advice on exercise equipment and aids that can support your exercise regimen and daily living activities.

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No setbacks, only safe steps forward

Worried about getting injured even with small movements? The fear of injury from a generic exercise routine is like a shadow on your fitness journey. It makes you anxious about every move you make. It’s like walking on thin ice; one wrong step and you risk slipping back, not just in your fitness, but in your overall well-being. With personalised training, that icy path is replaced with solid ground. You’ll have a professional physio creating safe exercises tailored to your body and goals. This way, you can focus on improving without the stress of injury. Each session is designed to make sure you’re safe and steady as you get stronger.

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Schedule that puts you on priority

Your physio should focus not only on your needs but also on your time. Scheduling your sessions should be as simple as booking a coffee date. Your exercise physiologist will team up with you to pick the best day and time, so getting healthier works for you. They give you the power to choose when to exercise, so you feel best as you do so. After all, your journey to better health should feel like it’s paving the way forward, not putting up barriers.

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Questions around NDIS exercise physiology

NDIS exercise physiology is a personalised service that helps people living with disability. It’s all about working with an exercise physiologist to create a fitness plan that’s just right for your needs. Whether you need to manage pain, improve strength, or just want to feel better in your daily life, these services are designed to support you. They’re not just about working out; they’re about finding ways to make your everyday activities easier and improve your quality of life.

You can use your NDIS funding to access exercise physiology services if it’s included in your plan. These services are there to help you reach your goals, like getting stronger or more mobile. It’s all about what you need to live well with your disability. If you’re not sure how to start, get in touch with your NDIS planner. They’ll help you understand how you can use your funding for these services.

You’ve probably heard stories where things didn’t go smoothly. But many exercise physiologists are well-versed in working with NDIS plans. They specialise in understanding the ins and outs of NDIS funding and can guide you through the process. When you’re looking for a physio, it’s okay to ask about their experience with the NDIS. This way, you can feel at ease, knowing they can navigate the system and focus on what’s important – your health.

Let’s keep it real; dealing with any funding body can sometimes be a bit of a drag. But it doesn’t have to give you sleepless nights. Exercise physiologists who work with NDIS participants often handle the admin side of things, so you don’t have to. Their job is to make the process smooth for you. And if there are hiccups along the way, they’re there to work through them with you.

Absolutely, they can – and they should. The whole point of exercise physiology is to see you as the one-of-a-kind person you are. Your exercise physiologist should be taking the time to understand your individual challenges and goals. They’re trained to tailor a program that’s spot-on for you. So, it’s not about being a number; it’s about getting a service that’s as unique as your fingerprint.

First off, it’s okay to speak up. If something doesn’t feel right, chat with your exercise physiologist about it. Good communication is key to tweaking things so they’re better for you. And if you’re still not satisfied, remember you have options. You can switch providers – your NDIS plan gives you the freedom to find someone who’s a better match for you.

That depends on what you and your exercise physiologist decide together. Some people might see them once a week, others might need a few sessions to start with and then less often after that. It’s all about what works best for you and your goals.

Your exercise physiologist can adjust your plan to suit your needs. They’re all about making sure you’re safe and comfortable. If your health changes, they’ll be ready to tweak your exercises or give you different ones that suit your situation better.

Yes, mobile exercise physiology is a thing. If traveling to appointments is tough for you, many services can come to your home. It’s all about making it convenient for you.

Dietetics can be an essential part of your overall health plan. Good nutrition goes hand in hand with exercise to help you feel your best. If you’ve got dietary issues or just want to eat better, tapping meal preparation under your NDIS plan can be the help you need to create a plan that supports your fitness goals and takes care of your nutritional needs.

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