Exercise physiology improves quality of life for our patients by working on building your physical capacity; so you can be more independent and participate in activities of all preferences.


The Health Studio’s accredited exercise physiologist, Steph Hall, is a university qualified health professional ready to deliver effective exercise programs for a diverse range of people. 


What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist? (AEP)


An exercise physiologist is an allied health professional with extensive training in understanding the body’s response to exercise. Exercise physiologists apply their knowledge with a therapeutic approach to improve quality of life, disease management or treatment outcomes across all populations. 


Exercise Physiology can improve a range of illnesses, including:


  • Diabetes, pre-diabetes

  • Arthritis

  • Falls prevention / active ageing

  • Pre-habilitation

  • Heart health / cardiovascular disease​

  • Surgery and injury rehabilitation​

  • ​Pre/post-partum

  • Pulmonary conditions: asthma, COPD & emphysema

  • Mental health

  • Osteoporosis

  • Post-stroke, Parkinson’s & other neurological conditions

  • Disability: Physical, Intellectual, Sensory

  • Goal setting

  • Chronic pain

  • Weight management

  • Sport-specific training

  • Preparing for physical challenges

  • Cancer recovery


NDIS & Exercise Physiology:


The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) supports Australians with a permanent and significant disability and their families and carers. Our accredited NDIS Exercise Physiology can assist you by:


  • Increasing your mobility function 

  • Improve coordination

  • Build strength and flexibility 

  • Improve your balance, posture and quality of sleep 

  • Decrease symptoms of anxiety or depression

  • Improve metabolic wellbeing

  • Manage/decrease pain