ExHealth specialises in prescribing exercise safely to help you get BACK TO LIFE
ExHealth is a specialised clinic that provides Exercise Physiology, Injury Rehabilitation and Remedial Therapy (including cupping, dry needling and lymphoedemea massage) services in Wyndham - Werribee & Hoppers Crossing and Hobsons Bay - Altona.
Exercise Physiology revolves around the prescription of best exercise and rehabilitation programs to assist you in the management of illness, lifestyle and disability.
Scientific research indicates that if exercise is prescribed correctly it will greatly enhance our health - both physically and psychologically. This is why an increasing number of medical experts are using exercise to assist patients manage health conditions and symptoms.
Our exercise treatment plans are developed to:
1. Assist patients to improve function and quality of life in a safe and achievable manner.
2. Can be undertaken at home, in a gym or directly with us.
At ExHealth our aim is to prescribe the most effective treatment plan, that means, whether your goal is to lose weight, become happier or experience less pain, programs are designed to allow you to self manage your condition and health.
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