Exercise Physiology Gym & Clinic

Experts in Fitness, Complex Conditions and Rehabilitation Exercise Programs.

Exercise Programs

Injury Rehabilitation

Chronic Conditions

Melbourne Clinic

Exercise Physiology Melbourne Clinic

1 on 1 strength training in our personal training gym

Exercise Physiology lifestyle and behavioral interventions


Exercise Physiology in Melbourne with an accredited exercise physiologist (AEP). Accreditation as an exercise physiologist is the mark of an experienced and qualified health professional.


Our experienced and skillful Exercise Physiologists at Moonee Valley Health and Fitness achieve the best results possible for our clients by adopting a holistic approach to rehabilitation.


Helping you to prevent or manage chronic conditions

Your exercise physiologist will combine clinical exercise prescription with appropriate lifestyle advice to help you regain your quality of life and have you back doing the things you love.


Our mission is to empower people to live better lives through movement.


The allied health and physical therapies we currently have at our clinic is Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology.


The benefits of seeing an Exercise Physiologist

Prevention and/or management of complex chronic conditions

Prevent or manage complex or chronic conditions

Improve your health and function effectively

Including weight loss, strength, balance, coordination and endurance

Help you recovery from an injury or surgery

Help you return to doing things that are important to you, so you live a better life

Specialised programs to suit and achieve your desired goals.

Personalised exercise programs and deliver ongoing training in our private gym

  • Personal Training
  • Back Pain
  • Weight Loss
  • Injuries & Pain
  • Medical Conditions
  • NDIS Participants
  • GP Referrals and GP Care Plans 
  • TAC / Workcover / DVA

We are here to help you to live a better life through movement. Exercise Is Medicine.


To help you develop a personalised exercise programs and deliver private ongoing training in a non-intimidating environment. Regardless of your injuries, 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.

Strength training man performing a chin up in the gym

Is an Exercise Physiologist right for you?


Exercise Physiologists typically see people for the management of complex chronic conditions and provide specialised exercise based treatment for cardiovascular, metabolic, pulmonary, neurological, psychological and musculoskeletal conditions


These conditions include: obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure & cholesterol, heart disease, cancer, stroke, MS, Parkinson’s disease, chronic lung conditions (COPD), asthma, arthritis, osteoporosis, chronic pain & chronic fatigue, falls and balance and many more.


  • Cardiovascular - high blood pressure (hypertension), cardiac rehab post heart attack, coronary artery disease
  • Metabolic Conditions - Type 2 diabetes, obesity, PCOS
  • Neurological Issues - multiple sclerosis, strokes, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease
  • Pain & Fatigue - Chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Injury Rehabilitation -  low back pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, pre and post surgery rehabilitation, falls and balance
  • Mental Health & Exercise - anxiety, depression, motivation and habit formation
  • Cancer
  • Lungs & Breathing Issues - Asthma, COPD

What will an Exercise Physiologist do?


Our exercise physiologist help you by putting together a safe, effective and appropriate exercise program to support your recover from your accident injuries. Often referred to from patients as an 'Exercise Physios' or 'EP's' the are university qualified allied health professionals.


By applying their specialist knowledge of human movement to aid recovery, improve performance we help people get the most out of life.


We play an important role in helping you recover from your transport accident injuries and are healthcare professional who can give you information and advice about exercise to help manage and prevent injuries and chronic conditions.


With access to our private gym you will receive an individualised exercise program, be provided counselling on how to maintain an active lifestyle and make sure that your exercise programs is safe, effective and appropriate for you and your recovery.



How to book an appointment online

All our allied health practitioners are accredited and experienced health professionals that specialise in training programs for complex conditions.


To make an appointment with an exercise physiologist or a physiotherapist in our allied health team, call the clinic on (03)9996-0790 or fill out your details below and we will be in touch.


What you can always expect from your exercise physiology appointments:

  • Conduct appropriate assessments, goal setting in conjunction with your injuries and provide the best treatment to help you acheive  achieve your goals.
  • Provide a personalised training plan that will move you in the right direction to reaching your goals.
  • Empower you to manage your injury and recovery.
  • Monitor progress towards your goals (for improved capacity/function) and adjusting the treatment plan as required.
  • Communicating and collaborating with key parties (for example, general practitioner, other allied health practitioners, case managers, rehabilitation providers and insurers) to achieve common goals

How to get started with your Exercise Physiology in our gym


Step 1.

Call our clinic on (03)9996-0790 or fill in our online contact form to make an initial appointment.

Step 2.

During your initial appointment our Exercise Physiologists will discuss your recent exercise history, assess your current fitness and start creating your gym program with you.

Step 3.

Let our team help you return to doing the things that are important to you, so you live a better life.

BOOK AN INITIAL APPOINTMENT - Exercise Physiology

All our exercise physiologist are accredited with Exercise Sport Science Australia (ESSA) and are experienced personal trainers that work with complex conditions. 

Exercise Physiology Melbourne

Govt Funded Exercise Programs

TAC / WorkCover / DVA / NDIS 

We currently have no wait-list and have patients working with NDIS Plans, Work Cover claims, DVA and TAC Injuries.

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Medicare Rebates - GP Referrals

Exercise Physiology is supported and covered under a number of Medicare-funded programs.

Private Health and Exercise

Private Health Funds

Most Private health funds offer rebates for services provided by Exercise Physiologists and are included in 'extras cover'.

We are part of your healthcare team

There is no wait-list to begin with our team and we could get you started right away.

The more complex your health needs, the more interaction you are likely to have with a larger and more diverse team of health professionals.

We work closely with GP's & health specialists across Melbourne and it is important to share information about your medical treatment across your healthcare team.

If you need exercise prescription for chronic disease, musculoskeletal injuries or disability. Injury rehabilitation exercise programs including WorkCover, TAC, DVA, NDIS

Exercise Physiologist - Melbourne Gym & Clinic James Addy

James ADDY

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Exercise Physiologist - Melbourne Gym & Clinic Lauren Burnham

Lauren BURNHAM

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Exercise Physiology - Exercise Rehabilitation - Jeremy Dunn

Jeremy DUNN

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Exercise to help you move better, relieve pain or improve function.

Our allied health gym is suitable for all Exercise Physiology conditions and injuries

  • Call (03)9996-0790
  • info@mvfit.com.au
  • 378 Mt. Alexander Rd, Travancore VIC 3032
  • Enquire Online

More about Exercise Physiology

frequently asked questions of exercise physiology

Understanding what an exercise physiologist does is often a question we are asked. If you are looking to find the best trainers, an experienced exercise physiologist is the highest qualified fitness professional available.


Your Exercise Physiology Questions Answered
What can an accredited exercise physiologist help with?

EP’s have a huge impact in the development of exercise programs to target specific conditions such as:

  • Diabetes and Pre Diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2)
  • Cardiovascular Diseases (High Blood Pressure, high cholesterol or atherosclerosis)
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries (shoulder, elbow, wrist, neck, lower back, hips and lower extremity)
  • Arthritis
  • Obesity both childhood obesity and adult population
  • Mental Issues (Stress, anxiety and forms of depression)
  • Osteoporosis
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (Asthma, chronic bronchitis and emphysema) which develops in smokers and ex-smokers
  • Back & Neck Pain
  • A sedentary lifestyle
  • Difficulty maintaining motivation and adherence
  • Exercise Rehabilitation, physical restrictions or mobility issues
What is Exercise Physiology?

Exercise Physiology is the study of the human body and its biological and physical response to exercise and nutritional changes.

Exercise Physiologists at Moonee Valley Health and Fitness have not only completed a 3 year Exercise Science degree (like all our personal training team) but have also completed a further 2 years of study to hold a Masters qualification in Exercise Physiology and Exercise Rehabilitation. This means our Exercise Physiologists can service a large range of clients that have specific health issues that need an intrinsic and detailed knowledge of the human body.

Moonee Valley Health and Fitness has a private treatment and exercise studio in Melbourne and employs only the finest Masters in Exercise Rehabilitation graduates that work in Melbourne.

We treat each patient as an individual, assessing their condition and how it impacts all aspects of their life. We are guided by the latest developments in evidence-based practice and we are committed to the continuing education of our employees through recognised and respected professional development programs.

You do not need a referral to book an appointment and we welcome all opportunities to collaborate with other treating practitioners and particularly enjoy the challenge of helping patients suffering from more than one condition or injury.

The types of clients our Exercise Physiologists help

Exercise should be viewed as an essential type of medicine for everybody. With this in mind, no one should be exempt from seeing an Exercise Physiologist. An Exercise Physiologist can use their extensive skill set to create a management plan to suit your needs and achieve your goals.

  • Overcome persisting pain caused by injury or overuse injuries
  • Improve your heart health
  • Rehabilitate following a cardiac (heart) event
  • Prevent pre-diabetes from progressing to full diabetes
  • Control your diabetes
  • Improve your recovery following cancer treatment
  • Improve your general health and well-being

They also provide training in safe manual handling; perform functional assessments; carry out submaximal and maximal fitness tests; perform body composition tests and musculoskeletal assessments and provide lifestyle education to help people manage their health conditions.

In Victoria the health of the population worsens everyday and with the increasing percentage of the population constantly destroying their bodies with unnecessary lifestyle habits, properly prescribed exercise has become an important cog in the longevity of the quality of life for a human being.

Allied Health Professionals (WorkCover, Medicare Australia, Department of Veteran Affairs)

Accredited Exercise Physiologists have Medicare Provider Numbers and are recognised as allied health professionals. They are eligible to register with Medicare Australia, Department of Veteran Affairs, WorkCover and have recognition with most private health insurers.

Exercise Physiology is claimable with Private health Insurance, GP Care Plans, DVA, TAC and WorkSafe

In addition our AEP’s display diverse range of skills, working across a variety of areas in the health and exercise sport science fields. As a specialist in this field, our AEP’s work in a number of areas such as public and private hospitals, primary healthcare within private or multidisciplinary clinics, population health, workplace health, workplace rehabilitation and aged care.

Our aim is to prevent or manage chronic disease or injury and assist in restoring your physical function, health and wellness.

What to expect from your appointment with our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP)

An initial consultation with one of our exercise physiologists will generally be split into two parts – a subjective assessment where all relevant medical information and specific goals you have are established so the AEP can assist improve health or rehabilitate injury and the second part is an objective assessment whereby functional capabilities, movement patterns and current levels of fitness and strength are established.

This initial consultation will allow your AEP to create an appropriate and achievable exercise program and lifestyle intervention. The aims of our AEP interventions are to prevent or manage chronic disease or injury, and assist in restoring your optimal physical function, health and wellness.

Following this initial appointment, additional follow up sessions may be required (especially in the initial stages) to monitor the exercise program and to ensure it is being performed correctly as well as to address any concerns you may have about your program.

What to expect from the training with our Accredited Exercise Physiologists

Exercise physiologists hold a four year equivalent university degree and are allied health professionals who specialise in the delivery of exercise, lifestyle and behaviour modification programs for the prevention and management of chronic diseases and injuries.

Our exercise physiologists provide physical activity and behaviour change support for a whole range of clients with conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, mental health problems, cancer, arthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and many more.

At Moonee Valley Health and Fitness, we not only have a team of university qualified exercise scientists who work in our personal training studio, we also have trainers who are exercise physiologists in Ascot Vale, VIC.

Our experienced and skilful EP’s at Moonee Valley Health and Fitness achieve the best results possible for our clients by adopting a holistic approach to rehabilitation.

Your EP will combine clinical exercise prescription with appropriate lifestyle advice to help you regain your quality of life and have you back doing the things you love.

Finding an accredited exercise physiologist to help me?

Exercise physiologists hold a four year equivalent university degree and are allied health professionals who specialise in the delivery of exercise, lifestyle and behaviour modification programs for the prevention and management of chronic diseases and injuries.

Our exercise physiologists provide physical activity and behaviour change support for a whole range of clients with conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, mental health problems, cancer, arthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and many more.

At Moonee Valley Health and Fitness, we not only have a team of university qualified exercise scientists who work in our personal training studio, we also have trainers who are exercise physiologists in Ascot Vale, VIC.

Our experienced and skilful EP’s at Moonee Valley Health and Fitness achieve the best results possible for our clients by adopting a holistic approach to rehabilitation.

Your EP will combine clinical exercise prescription with appropriate lifestyle advice to help you regain your quality of life and have you back doing the things you love.

More Questions

What conditions can exercise physiology services be helpful for?

Exercise has been found to be beneficial in the management of numerous conditions and our team can help with conditions.

Some common conditions our exercise physiologists can help prevent and/or manage:

  • Cardiovascular conditions
    • Coronary artery disease (ischemic heart disease)
    • Chronic heart failure
    • Hypertension
    • Peripheral vascular diseases
    • Angina
  • Metabolic conditions
    • Obesity
    • Metabolic syndrome
    • Impaired glucose tolerance / insulin resistance
    • Diabetes (Types 1 and 2)
    • Dyslipidaemi
  • Musculoskeletal conditions
    • Osteoarthritis (OA)
    • Osteoporosis
    • Joint replacement
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Musculoskeletal injury
    • Postural issues
    • Lower back pain
  • Respiratory conditions
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    • Asthma
    • Emphysema
  • Hormonal conditions
    • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
    • Post Menopause Syndrome
    • Hypothyroidism
    • Hashimoto's disease
    • Androgen deprivation therapy
  • Psychological conditions
    • Depression
    • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    • Anxiety
  • Fatigue conditions
    • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    • HIV / AIDS
    • Cancer & cancer treatment
  • Neurological conditions
    • Stroke
    • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
    • Parkinson's Disease
    • Developmental Coordination Disorder
Would an exercise physiologist be able to help with general fitness?

If you want to improve your fitness and lose weight, an Exercise Physiologist is the health professional for you. A knowledgeable and experienced personal trainer, who can help improve your lifestyle. We can provide motivation and help you achieve your goals by providing a safe and effective exercise program.

If you are recovering from an injury or suffering chronic pain and still want to lose weight and get fit, we can help you train, as well as rehabilitate. Get the most out of personal training with an Exercise Physiologist.

What are the main differences between physiotherapists and AEPs (clinical exercise physiologists)?

Physiotherapists are great at diagnosing injuries and are recommended to treat the primary problem, usually an injury, at the acute and early post-acute stages of rehabilitation. AEPs treat the whole person, using exercise and other lifestyle strategies and health coaching. AEPs help people recovering from illness (eg heart attack), injury (eg muscle tear) or an operation (eg hip replacement), with a goal to helping clients to help themselves to better long term health and fitness (prevention).

What is the difference between an AEP and a Personal Trainer?

There can be a big difference in qualification levels between these two professions. A personal trainer is qualified to prescribe exercise to healthy clientele and usually gains a qualification through a TAFE or similar organisation. The courses are often short courses allowing a personal trainer to be qualified after 6 weeks. A basic personal trainer can work with stable, low risk clients, but does not have the in-depth training that an AEP does at post graduate level.

The great thing about Moonee Valley Health and Fitness is that our Personal Trainers are not your typical trainers. All our trainers are either Accrediated Exercise Physiologists or have Bachelor of Exercise Science degrees.

An AEP studies at university for 4 years and completes 500 hours of clinical practice to gain accreditation. All our personal trainers who have exercise science degrees also studied at university for 3 years. An AEP tends to work in a clinical setting.

They provide advice to the general ‘healthy’ population as well as those with medical conditions. They form part of a multi disciplinary team which can include doctors, physiotherapists, dietitians and diabetes educators.

Do you offer in-home exercise physiology?

Yes we can come to you! We provide home visits on request to the North-Western suburbs of Melbourne, including Essendon, Moonee Ponds, Niddrie, Maribyrnong, North Melbourne, Carlton, Fitzroy and Brunswick.

Make an enquiry below, or call (03)9996-0790 and we can check whether we can offer in-home or mobile exercise physiology in your suburb of Melbourne.

What happens in an exercise physiology appointment?

This depends on your goals, but will generally involve cardio exercise as well as resistance (weight) training. Each exercise program is tailored to the client and is designed to improve their condition and quality of life. As clients improve the exercises will match their progression.

The Exercise Physiologist performs an assessment and sets a strength and conditioning program relative to your functional level. They deal with medical patients through to the weekend warrior and elite athletes.

After you initial consultation, your Accredited Exercise Physiologist will discuss whether and when you need to return for review of the program. Review appointments are generally 45 minutes in length.

Book your initial consultation or make an enquiry

What should I wear to my appointments?

Exercises tailored to you and your body will be a part of all your appointments. As ‘exercise’ is our form of treatment, we will aim to get you out in our gym area and moving as soon as possible. The intensity will vary based on your initial assessment and training goals.

Please wear comfortable clothing you can walk and move freely in, and walking shoes or runners. Please also bring a water bottle and a towel to every appointment.

Can I claim through my Private Health or get other rebates on my Exercise Physiology sessions?

There are two main ways in which to claim your exercise physiology sessions. Medicare Rebates and Private Health Fund rebates.

We are registered to provide sessions for Medicare Australia, NDIS, Department of Veterans' Affairs, Worksafe and TAC. You will need to discuss this with your GP to find out if you are eligible.

Moonee Valley Health and Fitness provides Exercise Physiology services that are recognised and funded by the following:

  • Medicare
    • Enhanced Primary Care Plans (up to 5 visits)
    • Group sessions for Type 2 diabetes clients
  • NDIS Exercise & Well-being
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Transport Accident Commission
  • Workcover / WorkSafe

If you are eligible, a GP referral will be required to claim Medicare Rebates.

Consultations with an AEP may attract a rebate from your private health fund as Exercise Physiology is listed under extras. The rebate available does differ for each health fund, so check with your provider as to your entitlements.

GP Referrals for Exercise Physiology

Exercise is one of the best medicines that can be prescribed for chronic disease and injuries. Doctors are referring to Accredited Exercise Physiologists to prescribe safe, effective, specific and tailored exercise programs to patients.

Moonee Valley Health and Fitness is proud to be part of the Exercise is Medicine Australia Network (EIM).

To claim any Medicare benefits that are available, a referral is required from your GP to access these subsidised programs. To find out if you are eligible, contact our clinic on (03)9996-0790 or visit your doctor and ask about your options.

What is an EPC referral?

The Enhanced Primary Care progam or EPC program is now known as the Chronic Disease Management plan, and is explained below - What is the Chornic Disease Management (CDM Plan?)

Some GP Clinics may still refer to this plan as an EPC program but it is essentially the same thing - up to 5 subsidised sessions through Medicare.

What is the Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Plan available under Medicare

Medicare Australia have developed a ‘chronic disease management plan’ (CDM) which is set out by your medical practitioner (including general practitioner, but not a specialist or consultant physician). To be eligible for Medicare support you must be referred from a GP to one of our Exercise Physiologists and placed on a Chronic Disease Management Plan.

To be eligible for that Plan you must have a chronic disease or injury (an issue longer than 3 – 6 months). Your GP will determine practitioner support for you which may include a maximum of 5 Medicare rebate services per each calendar year for services like Exercise Physiology.

Download the required CDM Plan form here

If appropriate, this can be arranged through your GP. Referred participants will receive a rebate from Medicare for each of the 5 sessions. Full payment is required at the time of consultation and you will be provided with a receipt to claim at Medicare. The nearest 3 Medicare offices that are located within 5km of the Moonee Valley Health and Fitness studio are.

Newmarket Service Centre (about 1.2km from the studio)
482-490 Racecourse Road
Flemington VIC 3031

Footscray Service Centre (about 3.5km from the studio)
75 Moore Street
Footscray VIC 3011

Moreland Service Centre (about 3.8km from the studio)
172-186 Moreland Road
Brunswick VIC 3056

Workcover and CTP Schemes

We can provide functional exercise for the purposes of returning an injured worker to suitable work activities. This includes specific exercise therapy related to the worker’s injury and work demands, and / or specific work activities as exercise.

All our exercise physiologists are WorkCover accredited to provide return to work services under WorkCover and CTP schemes

What Private Health Funds can I use with Exercise Physiology?

Exercise Physiology services are now recognised by almost all private health funds and substantial rebates are available. We recommend you contact your health fund to ensure you are eligible for Exercise Physiology services dependent on your level of cover. Our Exercise Physiologists are registered with the all the major Health Funds which include:

  • Australian Unity
  • Australian Health Management
  • Commonwealth Bank Health Services
  • GMF Health
  • Grand United (GU) Health
  • BUPA Australia
  • HBF
  • HCF / Manchester Unity
  • Medibank Private
  • NIB
  • Teachers Health Fund (THF)
  • Reserve Bank
  • ...plus other Health Funds

You can view a full list of the available health funds and what type of rebates for exercise physiology and fitness services you can receive here - Private Health Funds

Where is Moonee Valley Health and Fitness Gym & Clinic located?

We are located at 378 Mount Alexander Road, Travancore VIC 3032. Directions to get to the studio can be found here - MVFIT on Google Maps

Do you offer same day appointments?

We are happy to offer same day appointments when available. Call us now on (03) 9996 0790 for the earliest available appointment.

Why choose Moonee Valley Health and Fitness - Exercise Physiology

We make a promise to all of our Exercise Physiology patients that come into our studio:

Our Exercise Physiologists promise to take the time to accurately assess your current medical, physical and lifestyle status and to take the time to explain our recommendations in a way that you understand. Your long term health and well-being is our main objective.

We promise to do everything we can to get help you meet your exercise goals. We have a great team of AEP's, personal trainers and nutritionists in our team and you won’t be rushed in for a quick fix – we take the time to understand what motivates you and use this information to help you get there as quickly and safely as possible.

We promise to greet you with a smile and make you feel part of the MVFit Community. It might not sound like much, but our patients tell us that the relaxed and friendly staff help them feel more comfortable to attend other personal training and boot camp exercise classes we have on in the studio.

We promise to work as part of your medical team. We always liaise with your GP to keep them informed of your progress. We are also have a great network of Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists, Strength Coaches and Nutritionists in our team who we work closely with.

How much do exercise physiology appointments cost?

Cost for an Initial Assessment is $90 and follow up appointments are $80.

Moonee Valley Health and Fitness requires payment at the time of consultation. We do have a HICAPS machine available, for you to claim your benefits at the time of your consultation and you may also request a printed invoice or we can email you a copy.

In addition to our Exercise Physiology services, many people use the service similar to Personal Training but with the additional benefit of using the Health Fund rebates that are available.

Session costs vary, but keep in mind that besides Health Fund claims you may also be eligible to get a GP referral under a Medicare Chronic Disease Management plan which entitles you to a Medicare rebate for up to 5 Exercise Physiology sessions.

You may be able to claim a higher rebate than Medicare from your private health fund. In this case, we recommend using these funds first as you it will reduce the costs to you for your initial appointments.

You will still be able to use the Medicare rebate for subsequent visits.

What are your payment methods?

We have a HICAPS machine at MV Health and Fitness, so all patients can claim any private health fund rebates that are available for exercise physiology.

Please contact your fund if you wish to know the exact rebate amount, as this varies depending on your fund and your level of cover.

We accept cash, EFTPOS, VISA and MasterCard. Payment is required at the time of consultation and no accounts will be issued.

Do I need a referral to book an appointment?

No. Referrals are certainly welcome, but are not necessary if claiming through your health fund.

Anyone can see an Exercise Physiologist. A referral is not a necessity. Most private health funds recognise Exercise Physiology allowing for private health rebates.

A referral from your doctor is required when using Medicare (CDM) funding or for insurance claims (Workcover/CTP). Eligibility requirements will need to be discussed with your Doctor.

How can I book my appointment?

Complete our online enquiry form and we will be in touch soon.

Step 1 of 2 - Contact Information

  • Exercise Physiology Enquiry

  • How Can We Help?


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We are here to help you improve your health and fitness with exercise


Exercise Physiologists at MVFit achieve the best results possible for you with their extensive knowledge of the human body and its response to exercise. Your exercise physiologist will combine clinical exercise prescription with appropriate lifestyle advice to help you regain your quality of life and have you back doing the things you love.

Moonee Valley Health and Fitness – Exercise Physiology Gym & Clinic Rehab

Phone: (03)9996-0790 | Email: info@mvfit.com.au | Enquire Online: Contact Us

We service all these areas of Melbourne, VIC and have mobile / in-home exercise physiology available.

Exercise Physiology in Maribyrnong

  • Aberfeldie 3040
  • Airport West 3042
  • Ascot Vale 3032
  • Avondale Heights 3034
  • Essendon 3040
  • Flemington
  • Victoria 3031
  • Keilor East 3033
  • Moonee Ponds 3039
  • Niddrie 3042
  • North Melbourne 3051
  • Strathmore 3041
  • Travancore 3032
  • Exercise Physiology in Maribyrnong

  • Braybrook 3019
  • Footscray 3011
  • Kingsville 3012
  • Maidstone 3012
  • Maribyrnong 3032
  • Seddon 3011
  • Tottenham 3012
  • West Footscray 3012
  • Yarraville 3013
  • Exercise Physiology in Melbourne

  • Carlton 3053
  • Docklands 3008
  • East Melbourne 3002
  • Flemington 3031
  • Kensington 3031
  • Melbourne 3000
  • North Melbourne 3051
  • Parkville 3052
  • Port Melbourne 3207
  • Southbank 3006
  • South Wharf 3006
  • South Yarra 3141
  • West Melbourne 3003
  • Exercise Physiology in Brimbank

  • Albanvale 3021
  • Albion 3020
  • Ardeer 3022
  • Brooklyn 3012
  • Cairnlea 3023
  • Calder Park 3037
  • Deer Park 3023
  • Delahey 3037
  • Derrimut 3030
  • Kealba 3021
  • Keilor 3036
  • Keilor Downs 3038
  • Keilor Lodge 3038
  • Keilor North 3036
  • Keilor Park 3042
  • Kings Park 3021
  • St Albans 3021
  • Sunshine 3020
  • Sunshine North 3020
  • Sunshine West 3020
  • Sydenham 3037
  • Taylors Lakes 3038
  • Exercise Physiology in Hume

  • Attwood 3049
  • Broadmeadows 3047
  • Campbellfield 3061
  • Coolaroo 3048
  • Craigieburn 3064
  • Dallas 3047
  • Gladstone Park 3043
  • Greenvale 3059
  • Jacana 3047
  • Keilor 3036
  • Meadow Heights 3048
  • Melbourne Airport 3045
  • Roxburgh Park 3064
  • Somerton 3062
  • Tullamarine 3043
  • Westmeadows 3049
  • Sunbury 3429
  • Exercise Physiology in Moreland

  • Brunswick 3056
  • Brunswick North
  • Brunswick East 3057
  • Brunswick West 3055
  • Coburg 3058
  • Coburg North 3058
  • Fawkner 3060
  • Glenroy 3046
  • Gowanbrae 3043
  • Hadfield 3046
  • Oak Park 3046
  • Pascoe Vale 3044
  • Pascoe Vale South 3044
  • Tullamarine 3043
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