NDIS Exercise Physiology | Ropes Crossing

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Mobile NDIS Exercise Physiology Ropes Crossing – We Come to You!

Active Ability’s team of accredited NDIS exercise physiologists support people with disability throughout Ropes Crossing to achieve better health, function and quality of life.

Our mobile clinical exercise physiologists come to you at home, work or your preferred local facility.

At Active Ability, our expertise is in disability, which means we support people living with intellectual disability, mental illness and neurological conditions every day.

With no wait times or travel charges, choosing to work with our exercise physiologists Ropes Crossing helps you get the most from your NDIS funding.

NDIS Exercise Physiology Ropes Crossing

What can exercise physiology help with?

Exercise physiology is all about building your physical capacity, so you can be more independent and participate in activities of interest at home, school, work and in your community.

Active Ability’s accredited exercise physiologists are university qualified health professionals. We are trained and experienced in designing and delivering effective exercise programs for people with disability.

An exercise physiologist can help by assessing your current level of function and designing tailored exercise interventions to target your needs. Depending on your goals, exercise therapy might aim to:

  • Increase your fitness and endurance
  • Improve your dexterity and coordination
  • Build strength and flexibility
  • Improve your mobility and balance
  • Reduce spasticity and contractures
  • Improve your posture
  • Improve sleep quality
  • Decrease symptoms of anxiety and/or depression
  • Create a sustainable physical activity routine that will help you as you get older
  • Decrease or manage pain
  • Improve your metabolic wellbeing, including better diabetes management

Our Clinical exercise physiologists Ropes Crossing also provide education and advice to enhance health and wellbeing.

Every program is personalised to target what you’d like to achieve, and designed to be safe, enjoyable and easy to practice on your own, or with help from your support people.

Types of exercise therapy could include:

Ropes Crossing NDIS Exercise Physiology

Do you have NDIS Funding?

NDIS exercise physiology Ropes Crossing services can be arranged through two NDIS Capacity Building funding categories.

  1. Improved health and wellbeing
  2. Improved daily living

To find out more about the NDIS and exercise physiology, contact us.

Our experienced, friendly NDIS registered exercise physiologists Ropes Crossing are accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia. They must meet yearly professional development and recency of practice requirements and hold certificates in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

How to arrange NDIS exercise physiology Ropes Crossing services with Active Ability

If you’d like more information before arranging your service agreement with Active Ability, contact us via the button below or call us on (02) 8678 7874 (Monday to Friday). One of our wonderful team members will gladly answer your questions.

If you’re ready for a service agreement and excited to start as soon as possible, please fill out our NDIS referral form via the link below. .

Ropes Crossing NDIS Exercise Physiologist

Aside from NDIS exercise physiology,
Active Ability provide:

Dietetics

Physiotherapy

More about exercise physiology and the NDIS

NDIS Exercise Physiologist Ropes Crossing

What is an Exercise Physiologist?

Exercise as medicine!

An exercise physiologist is an allied health professional who uses exercise to help you achieve your goals and improve your health. Our exercise physiologists will complete an assessment and provide physical activity recommendations based on your goals, medical history and current level of function or fitness.

We’ll then help you put our exercise recommendations in place by designing an exercise program and teaching you (or your supports) to complete it safely and effectively.

At Active Ability, we are passionate about improving the health, wellbeing and activities of daily living for our clientele. Our mission is to support people with disability to achieve optimal independence, health and quality of life.

Our staff specialise in working with people who have intellectual disability, mental illness, and neurological conditions. Active Ability is registered with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and all private health insurers that recognise our services.

At Active Ability, we see clients throughout the Inner West, Eastern Suburbs, Southwest Sydney, Campbelltown, the Northern Beaches, North Shore as well as the Sutherland Shire, Parramatta City, Ryde City, Blacktown City, Wollongong, and The Hills Shire. We also provide a service on the Sunshine Coast.