The Gait and Motion Clinic provides various Accredited Exercise Physiology interventions at our Port Macquarie Clinic for injury prevention, injury management and general conditioning.
Accredited Exercise Physiology
Accredited Exercise Physiology consultations are supervised individual and group consultations for injury and disease treatment and management.
Accredited Exercise Physiology consultations attract rebates through Private Health, DVA, WorkCover and CTP.
Accredited Exercise Physiologists
Accredited Exercise Physiologists are university qualified modern allied health care professionals.
Accredited Exercise Physiologists provide independent interventions in acute to chronic rehabilitation for a range of pathologies. These include musculoskeletal injuries, pain, cardiovascular rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation and mental health. Some of the people we work with have Dementia, Cerebal Palsy, Stroke, Diabetes, Heart Surgery, Orthopaedic injuries and pre and post surgery, Spinal Cord Injuries and Brain Injuries. Most patients have mutiple complex conditions.
Accredited Exercise Physiologists complete modern evidence-based assessments and establish person centred health care goals to improve symptoms, mobility, function and performance of patients/participants, their families and carers.
Accredited Exercise Physiologists work with people across the lifespan form paediatric rehabilitation through to palliative care.
Accredited Exercise Physiologists can attract rebates under My Aged Care, NDIS, SIRA Workers Compensation, Lifetime Care and Support, Workers Care, Medicare and private health.
Examples of assessment that an Enriched Health Care Accredited Exercise Physiologist conduct include the following:
- Pre employment screenings
- Work Place Assessments
- Ergonomic Assessments
- Functional Assessments (ie FIMS, WeeFIMS)
- Functional Capacity Evaluations
- Cognitive Assessments (ie MOCA)
- Care and Needs Scales (CANS)
- Care Needs Assessments (CNR)
- Clinical Gait Assessments
- Mobility Assessments
- Falls Prevention assessments (FRATS)
- Clinical data capture
- Clinical research
Examples of interventions that an Enriched Health Care Accredited Exercise Physiologist complete include the following:
- Care Needs Reports
- Functional reports
- Clinical exercise prescription
- Functional Conditioning
- Home exercise equipment recommendations
- Complex Case management
- Complex Care Planning
- Person and family centred Goal setting
- Falls prevention programs
- Persistent pain programs
- Robotic rehabilitation
- 3d printed assistive technology
- Clinical Data Analytics and reports