Exercise Physiology


An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is a university qualified allied health professional that specialises in the prevention and maintenance of chronic conditions. An EP will deliver a holistic approach to your treatment, using relevant and supported literature to provide the best quality care when it comes to the prevention, maintenance or rehabilitation of your particular condition.

An Ep will incorporate exercise into daily living to ensure exercise is both sustainable and enjoyable while using motivational techniques to provide education and break down those barriers on the road to better health. 

Our Exercise Physiologists provide a number of group based exercise programs, and are able to prescribe a individual exercise program for clients.






What sort of conditions does an Exercise Physiologist treat?


·    Heart attack rehabilitation

·    Cardiovascular disease prevention

·    Open heart surgery rehabilitation  

·   Athletic performance


· Asthma

·    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

·    Athletic performance


·    Shoulder, Hip, Knee, Ankle pain/rehabilitation

·    Athletic performance


·    Stroke rehabilitation

·   Cerebral Palsy management

·    Multiple Sclerosis management  

·    Parkinson’s disease management

·    Alzheimer’s disease management

What can the Bayside Health Nook offer you?

The team at Bayside Health Nook offer an abundance of different services to suit your needs. These services include, but are not limited to:

·   Individual consultation and programming (Adult and Adolescence)  

·   NDIS

·   DVA

·   WorkCover

·   Hydrotherapy

·   Athletic performance assessment & programming


Group Classes

  • Falls prevention Class

  •        Shoulder Rehabilitation Class

  •        Parkinson’s Class  

  • Group & Individual Hydrotherapy

  • Knee Rehabilitation Class 

  • Back Rehabilitation Class 

  • Bone Health Class 


Emily Holzberger

Exercise Physiologist


Rachel Costelloe

Exercise Physiologist


Shannen Ogborne

Exercise Physiologist


Sophie Winter

Exercise Physiologist