Therapeutic Exercise Program
The Therapeutic Exercise Program is designed to provide individualised strength and conditioning proras to address the processes of Ageing
A therapeutic exercise class is a type of class that focuses on helping individuals who have a specific medical condition or injury to improve their physical function and overall health. This type of class is usually led by a Physiotherapist or other healthcare professional, who will design and supervise the exercises to meet the individual needs and the specific condition of the participant and will be performed in conjunction with other forms of therapy such as structured manual therapy.
The class may include a variety of exercises such as range of motion, strength, balance, and endurance. The activities are designed to help reduce pain, improve flexibility, and increase muscle strength, stability, and coordination. The goal of therapeutic exercise classes is to help the participants improve their overall function and quality of life and, in some cases, to help them recover from injury, surgery or manage a chronic health condition.
Classes are conducted in a purpose build gym with all the facilities and equipment to provide the best therapeutic options
Examples of conditions that therapeutic exercise classes may address include:
- Orthopedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, back pain or knee injuries
- Neurological conditions such as Stroke or Parkinson’s disease
- Chronic pain conditions such as Fibromyalgia
- Cardiovascular conditions such as Heart Disease
- Respiratory conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Cancer rehabilitation.
RESIDENTS: $30.00. PUBLIC: $42.50
Call 1300 693 499
Bookings are essential.