Clinical Exercise Sessions
What is clinical exercise?
Clinical exercise is a personalised and tailored program to help you recover from an injury, achieve your health goals, and stay injury-free. A clinical exercise session can use different equipment including reformers, trapeze tables, weights, kettlebells, TRX, resistance bands, and floor-based exercises.
What can clinical exercise help with?
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Lower back and pelvic pain
- Hip and knee pain
- Postural problems
- Chronic pain
- Improve core strength
- Rehabilitation after motor vehicle or work-related accidents.
- Recovery from sports injuries
- Improve sporting performance
- Maintain health and wellness during and after pregnancy
How does clinical exercise work?
Physiotherapy treatment and rehab programs often include clinical exercise to retrain and restore optimal musculoskeletal function. Clinical exercise promotes healthy neuromuscular movement patterns that alleviate pain and prevent injury—while improving body awareness, muscle balance, movement control, strength and flexibility.
What else do you need to know about clinical exercise?
Prior to commencing a clinical exercise plan, you will require a physiotherapy assessment to discuss your goals, identify a program and teach you how to activate your muscles properly.
Is a referral required?
No referral is required to see a physiotherapist for an initial assessment or to attend a clinical exercise class.
Can I claim this service as an extra on my health insurance policy?
Attending an initial assessment with a physiotherapist could allow you to claim private health insurance rebates on your subsequent clinical exercise sessions.