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NDIS Participants – How Exercise Physiologists Can Help YOU

NDIS is a national scheme helping people under 65 who have a permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services.This includes people with intellectual, physical, sensory, cognitive and psychosocial disabilities. This can include learning disabilities, autism,cerebral palsy, genetic conditions, spinal cord or brain injuries, permanent blindness, bilateral hearing loss, deafblindness, amputation of congenital absence of two limbs.

How can an Exercise Physiologist Help with your Conditions?

Exercise physiologists specialise in prescribing exercises to individuals with those conditions.
Exercise can help with:
-         Coordination and motor control
-         Mood swings
-         Increasing muscle mass
-         Increasing cardiovascular fitness
-         Sleep patterns
-         Weight loss
-         Relieving fatigue
-         Decreasing joint pain and stiffness
-         Improving balance
-         And so many more…
Ex Phys Australia currently sees NDIS participants with autism, learning disabilities, spinal cord damage, down syndrome, permanentblindness and multiple sclerosis.

Which Category doExercise Physiologists fall under?

Ex Phys Australia’s exercise physiologists are registered under “Improved Health and Wellbeing” AND “Improved Daily Living”.

What if you don’t have any funds under those categories?

Come on in and bring your plan. We can help take a look at your plan and figure out ways around it. We are able to provide supports under more categories if you are self managed. It can still cover one on one session and group sessions to help you manage your condition

Contact Us

Interested? Get in contact with Ex Phys Australia by calling 1300 869 169, email us at or visit us at one of our facilities in Victoria and Queensland. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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