As an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, I am passionate about promoting safe exercise recommendations to a diverse range of clientele. I prescribe tailored exercise programs to suit each individuals’ abilities, goals, interests and lifestyle.
Being physically active and living a healthy lifestyle has always been an interest of mine, therefore I completed a Bachelor of Human Movement followed by a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Exercise Science at UniSA.
I enjoy watching and participating in a wide range of sports, cooking/baking, adventuring outdoors and travelling. I also enjoy helping people achieve their health related goals and take great pleasure knowing that I am able to be part of that journey towards positive change.”
Accredited Exercise Physiologists specialise in clinical exercise prescription and the delivery of exercise and lifestyle modification programs for people who are at risk of, or living with chronic disease.
Typical Accredited Exercise Physiologist services include:
Initial assessment and on-going assessment, Patient education around exercise and health management, goals discussions, physical assessment, development of individualised exercise programs and instructions, written reports and relationship with GP or other allied health professionals detailing patient’s exercise plan and progress
Accredited Exercise Physiologist treat and manage a broad range of conditions:
Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Obesity, Cancer, Depression, Osteoporosis, Chronic Respiratory Diseases and Asthma, Musculoskeletal injuries, Physical restrictions or mobility issues and Difficulties maintaining motivation and adherence to exercise routines.
Coronavirus Health Alert
As the threat level of COVID-19 is currently low in South Australia, we’re now offering face-to-face appointments. To comply with the SA Government Emergency Management direction, we have a COVID-Safe Plan and require anyone attending the clinic to scan the QR code or register their details.
We continue to observe social distancing >1.5m and limit the number of patients in our waiting room.
If you have symptoms of cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, or a loss of sense of smell or taste, then a COVID-19 test is necessary. Please refer to the SA Health website for a list of COVID-19 clinics and testing centres. If you are uncertain, please book a telephone consult with your GP, who will discuss and arrange a test if necessary.
Call 000 if you need urgent medical assistance.
For more information on COVID-19, please visit https://www.health.gov.au/health-topics/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov