7am Class – is on hold for now!
$180 / 6 classes* or $35 casual. *to be used within a 10 week period
Run by our Accredited Exercise Physiologist Jack Qin, this class is a combination of cardiovascular fitness and strength training, in small groups of 5 or less, using a variety of equipment – Pilates reformers and trapeze, bike, hand weights, mat and ball! For all ages and activity levels and guided by an experienced practitioner. Bookings essential and spots are limited to keep class size small.
Jack Qin is available for private assessment and 1:1 training on Tuesday mornings from 8 am. To book please call us on 9751 0400 or use our online booking tool.
Here Jack explains how Exercise Physiology may be able to help you:
Exercise physiologists are university qualified health professionals that have an in depth understanding of clinical exercise interventions for a variety of different health issues. Their knowledge includes human physiology applied to exercise, adaptations following exercise training and how they relate to enhanced performance and improved health and function. This is gained through 500 hours of clinical placement for patients with a range of health conditions and complete continuing professional development to maintain their accreditation.
The aim of exercise physiology is to prevent or manage acute, sub-acute or chronic disease and assist in resorting individuals to their optimal level of function.
These conditions include:
- Cardiovascular disease
- Pulmonary disease
- Metabolic disease
- Neurological disease
- Musculoskeletal conditions
Patients are able to get rebates from exercise physiology sessions through GP referrals under Medicare or through their individual private health insurance. As of October 2018, major health funds such as Medibank, AHM, BUPA and NIB pay rebates of between 60-90% of both individual and group sessions with an Exercise Physiologist depending on the patient’s level of extras cover.
Medicare referrals are available for patients from their GP for a range of health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, Type 2 Diabetes and chronic musculoskeletal ailments such as longstanding bac, hip, shoulder and knee problems. Talk to your GP if you think you may qualify, or read about the Chronic Disease Management plan here:
Jack Qin provides Exercise Physiology services at Dandenong Ranges Physio, Olinda. Book online now