Exercise therapy can assist clients who have suffered an injury or undergone an operation. It can also be used to assist in building your range of motion, flexibility and strength, to help you become a better athlete. Whether you enjoy social competition, regularly compete in distance running or cycling, or simply want to improve your flexibility, let our exercise therapy programs help you.
Exercise Physiologists aim to improve a patient's range of motion and strength by developing a suitable exercise program. An exercise physiologist is particularly helpful for clients who have suffered an injury and are trying to regain levels of function.
Our exercise physiologists will work with you to create an individualised exercise plan to suit your physical ability, lifestyle and goals. We can teach you specific exercises to help you to reach your ideal fitness or strength level. To enhance your sporting performance, improve your overall health or to learn how to exercise if you suffer from diabetes, cardiac or respiratory problems, consult with one of our exercise physiologists.
Whether you need therapeutic or prescription exercise plans to improve your strength, function and mobility, or you need rehabilitation after an injury, Physio Noosa is the place to visit.
Our exercise plans can be designed to benefit or improve:
Developing a customised plan ensures that any weaknesses or imbalances are identified, something that is vital for post-injury or rehabilitation clients. We can help to increase your overall fitness and well being without putting you at risk of further injury or pain.
The experienced physiotherapists of Physio Noosa can provide guidance, support and physical techniques for patients who are ready for rehabilitation. We provide exercise therapy and rehabilitation services for patients that have undergone orthopaedic or spinal surgery, as well as injury and functional decline.
Our staff will communicate with your specialist to assist in developing a rehabilitation plan. During the initial consultation we discuss treatment options, time frames, your goals and planned outcomes, so that we have a clear plan of how to achieve this. Physio Noosa have a range of equipment onsite, which allows us to walk you through proper techniques to help you manage the rehabilitation stage.
Developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 20th century, Pilates is a form of exercise that focuses on flexibility, efficient movement and trunk strength.
Pilates focuses on improving strength and control of muscles to move the body through space more efficiently and effectively. This not only ensures you receive optimum results but also prevents injury. Loading the structures of the trunk in a controlled way improves the body's tolerance to load which has been shown to reduce pain and improve function.
Pilates promotes general wellbeing, muscle strength and improves imbalances. It also improves tolerance to a variety of postures and positions which people often require for work.
Physio Noosa have a range of individual and group fitness sessions available.