Manage your health conditions, eliminate pain & injuries without surgery or medication
TAKE THE QUIZ
HOW HIGH IS YOUR RISK OF FALLING?
Try and imagine how confident you would be if you had to do the activity. If you normally use a walking aid to do the activity or hold onto someone.
How Exercise Physiology Can Help You
Musculoskeletal Injury & Pain
Eliminate pain in your bones, muscles and joints so you can get back to your favourite activities, hobbies and sports.E.g Arthritic bones, torn tendons, strained muscles
Lower Back & Neck Pain
Core and Pelvic Floor Strengthening
Asthma and COPD
Manage your weight in a way that is fun and easy, reducing your weight lowers the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer.Reduce your weight to lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer in a fun and easy way
Exercise poses as a medicine for cancer, research shows that people with cancer who exercise report milder and fewer side effects from treatmentExercise has been proven to help reduce side effects from cancer treatments.
Falls Prevention and Balance
Description – Reduce your likelihood of a nasty fall leading to Injury or surgery but improving your balance, Improving your balance helps you to gain confidence to move well without fearReduce your likelihood of a nasty fall leading to Injury by improving your balance so you can move more confidently and without fear
Depression and Anxiety
How We Help
Deal with Chronic Conditions
When it comes to your health there is nothing more important. We believe that your health is your health is your number one asset.
You may be thinking “I have tried everything and nothing has worked” or “I should have done something about this sooner”.
There is no need to worry, there is a solution and it doesn’t have to take forever, cost thousands of dollars and it’s actually a pleasant process.
Eliminating your chronic pain or managing your current condition will help you return to your favourite sport or hobby, have you running around with your kids again and help you live an energy-enriched quality of life.
We would like to invite you to book an initial discovery consultation at StudioXphys to help us understand your needs and then share with you the roadmap toward a brighter tomorrow.
Click the button to book your Initial Discovery consultation now
Corey and Tegan
How We Work With You
Make an appointment
Phone us to find a time that suits you
Schedule time with the right health professional for you
Join your health professional for an assessment
Create a tailored plan to your recovery
Frequently Asked Questions
Do You Have HICAPS
What Is Your Cancellation Policy?
Are You Open On Public Holidays?
How Long Are The Appointments
What Should I Bring?
How Many Consultations Do I Need?
At StudioXphys we strive to get you back to full health and activity in as little treatments as possible, and as such, the number of consults required will be based on the advice of your Expert Physiotherapist
Do You Accept Return To Work / DVA / NDIS & CTP Claims?
Yes. We accept all Return to Work (Work Cover), DVA, NDIS and CTP claims. Note: Please call to arrange your Return to Work/ DVA/ CTP/ NDIS appointment. We do ask that you bring all the appropriate paperwork on your initial consultation to ensure there is no delay in treatment and management.
If we have not answered the question you have, please call our friendly staff on (07) 5522 9577
Will I Be Given Exercises To Do?
What is the difference between an Exercise Physiologist & a Physiotherapist?
The Main Difference is the conditions they treat and the treatment style.
An Exercise Physiologist will see people with chronic conditions or long standing pain or injury (over 6 months) (e.g Diabetes, Heart Condition, long standing knee pain). A Physiotherapist will generally see someone with a condition or injury that has occurred in the last 3 months or has had a recent flare up (e.g lower back spasm, torn tendon).
An Exercise Physiologist treats with Exercise and Movement prescription which can involve muscle activation, strengthening, flexibility and self release techniques. A Physiotherapist treats with a combination of Hands on Treatment and movement.