In today’s blog we look at the ways that exercise can help treat your disability and why Exercise Physiologists are best placed to help with exercise delivery.

1. Experts in exercise prescription

We are the only qualified experts in exercise prescription that will lead to positive, long term change. Our treatment, with proper adherence, will lead to changes over weeks and years. You SHOULD NOT be reliant on manual therapies to get you through your days.

2. We reduce the impact of your disability on your daily life

Whether increasing your mobility or strength, reducing your pain or increasing your function, we strive to make you healthier.

3.We empower you to do more

With careful exercise prescription we will improve your capacity and allow you to do more. Using a holistic and realistic approach exercise physiology will help you to do things you couldn’t before.

4. You will enjoy the experience

No pain, no gain… right? WRONG. Increases in function and fitness do not have to cause you significant discomfort or excessive fatigue. In fact, many of our clients report increased energy levels immediately after their sessions.

5. We coordinate with the rest of your medical team

We take the care to reach out to your GP, specialists and all other members of your care team. Coordinating the plan with the rest of your care team is potentially the most powerful thing that we do, as you will no longer receive conflicting information. When everyone pulls the same direction, it is possible to move mountains.

If you are seeking relief from your symptoms, improved capacity and increased quality of life give Longevity a call and we would be happy to discuss the best option for you; Telehealth, face-to-face or home visits are all available.

Longevity Exercise Physiology — 1300 964 002

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