Having an Exercise Physiologist help NDIS participants.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is responsible for funding Exercise Physiology appointments as well as other allied health and therapies services related to a person’s disability.
It is designed to support people with disability to develop skills and capacity so they can participate in work and community life.
Our NDIS Fitness, Exercise & Physio Rehabilitation services at Moonee Valley Health and Fitness, can help achieve the best possible results for our clients by adopting a holistic approach to their training program.
How can an accredited exercise physiologist (AEP) help?
Exercise Physiologists have expert knowledge of the role exercise, health & fitness has in reducing the onset of chronic conditions symptoms and disabilities. AEPs develop exercise programs for people with a wide variety of disabilities to help them manage their condition and build capacity for activities of daily living.
The knowledge that our team has and the extensive training allows us to provide safe and effective, tailored exercise programs to anyone that can benefit from a structured health and fitness plan.
We can help NDIS participants living with a disability to live healthier lifestyles, gain independence and participate at work and in the community.
What NDIS Funding can Exercise Physiology Access?
Funding for exercise physiology can come from one of two budget areas in an NDIS plan:
- Capacity building – Improved Daily Living
- Capacity building – Improved Health and Wellbeing
If you have funds allocated to these categories, you can access our exercise physiology, or physiotherapy support services.
AEPs may also be able to provide services under Early Childhood Intervention.
The allied health and physical therapies we currently have at our clinic that can be accessed through NDIS funding is Exercise Physiology, Physiotherapy & Personal Training.
The benefits of seeing an Exercise Physiologist
Exercise Physiology can tailor programs for people with disabilities that address critical needs and is highly recommended for you as part of your NDIS plan if you are living with a disability
Improved daily living capabilities and maintaining mobility
Ability to engage in the community, including social activities
We are here to help you to live a better life through movement. Your treatment plan is your gateway to getting the support you need.
To help you develop a personalised exercise programs and deliver private ongoing training in a non-intimidating environment. Regardless of your health conditions, weight, age, and level of fitness our team of exercise physiologists can help you. We have Exercise Physiologists and Physiotherapists in our team that provide proven, evidence-based treatment.
Is an Exercise Physiologist right for you?
It is highly recommended for you as part of your NDIS plan if you are living with a disability and:
- the disability makes it hard to maintain good health and well-being
- you are at increased risk of developing or already have an existing condition that impairs your physical movement
- your management plan goals relate to moving independently, maintaining mobility, and/or building strength or fitness
In your initial appointment we will conduct a clinic-based assessment and develop an exercise plan tailored to your disability that will fit within your specific NDIS plan and goals.
The assessment may look at the following:
- Your NDIS Goals
- How you currently move
- Your posture and balance
- Your current level of strength
- Your current cardiovascular fitness
- Diet and lifestyle
- Current medications
- Any limiting factors such as physical disabilities, injuries, or pain.
Exercise Physiology Melbourne
Moonee Valley Health and Fitness is registered and approved NDIS service provider.
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All our exercise physiologist are registered with the NDIS and are accredited with Exercise Sport Science Australia (ESSA).