Exercise Physiology @ Sports & Spinal

Bayside Physiotherapy team have joined the Sports & Spinal family to continue to provide the Highest Quality Patient Care.

Our clinic is located at 9/13 Medical Place Urraween, in the heart of Hervey Bay’s medical precinct. Your local Hervey Bay clinic is conveniently located near Kawungan, Scarness, Pialba, Dundowran, Torquay, Urangan, Eli Waters, Point Vernon, Wondunna and Nikenbah.

Our clinic features on-site car parking as well as an onsite gym with Pilates equipment. We’re NDIS registered, and Medicare rebates and HICAPS health fund claims are available. EFTPOS and credit card facilities are also available for payment. Modern, clean and inviting, your local Hervey Bay practice is popular amongst residents looking for Exercise Physiology as well as Physiotherapy, Clinical Pilates, Dietetics, Podiatry, Hydrotherapy and Remedial Massage.

“Your greatest wealth is health”

Accredited Exercise Physiologists are allied health professionals providing exercise and lifestyle therapies to prevent and manage chronic disease, injury, and disability.

An Exercise Physiologist (EP) is a 4 year, University-trained Allied Health professional who is an exercise prescription expert. They will work with you to design a specific exercise program tailored to your injuries, health status and goals.

Our Exercise Physiologists at Sports & Spinal can help your condition by working with you to formulate an appropriate treatment plan to assist in reaching your specific goals. Exercise Physiologist’s use movement and exercise in conjunction with specific education and motivational guidance to treat and manage your conditions.

Sports & Spinal’s accredited Exercise Physiologist can assist with:

  • Diabetes & Obesity
  • General Health & Wellbeing
  • Mental Health Issues
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Strength & Conditioning
  • Women’s Health
  • Aging
  • Chronic Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Cardiovascular
  • Pulmonary
  • Paediatrics
  • Cancer

Exercise facilitates changes within the body that increases its efficiency. This allows us to be able to manage conditions or diseases, that can cause our bodies to not function to the best ability.

You can expect our Exercise Physiologist to listen to your personal story and ask questions, so they can work with you to guide an appropriate treatment plan. Our Exercise Physiologist will complete a detailed, goal-focused, clinical, and functional assessment.

Treatment will vary and be specific to you but will likely involve modified movement and exercises to build your capacity and function through strength, fitness, balance, and more. Treatment will change and progress while working alongside your Exercise Physiologist. Our Exercise physiologists will provide education on health, conditions, injuries and what to do and what not to do may take place in different environments, including our onsite gym, your regular gym and pools, depending on your interests and goals. Our Exercise Physiologist believes in a multi-disciplinary approach and will work with other health professionals to help manage your condition.

Meet the Exercise Physiologist @ Hervey Bay

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Our clinic can be found at 9/13 Medical Place Urraween, Hervey Bay, QLD, 4655

Parking @ Hervey Bay

There is parking located out the front.

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