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Aged Care Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology to help our older adults to maintain their health, well-being, functional ability and independence.


Physio Inq Exercise Physiologists have a vital and essential role in working with elderly people in our communities. They are involved in preventing disease and disability, treating current conditions, managing care, and following up in the community. Our Exercise Physiologists can identify the issues that are making the most significant impact on a senior's life and help them work to improve those, leading to a better quality of life and continued independence.


Our Aged Care Exercise Physiologists therapists are experienced in the treatment and long-term management of older people.


Whether that treatment and assessment is in homes, hospitals, aged care facilities, retirement villages or nursing homes, our Physio Inq Aged Care Exercise Physiologists come directly to where ever you want them. This removes the trauma and difficulty of having to travel to appointments, meaning elderly patients can get the care they need easily.


There are many reasons why seniors may need Exercise Physiology support. The benefits of Exercise Physiology for seniors include;


  • Improve or slow the decline in performing activities of daily living
  • Reduce the decline in functional ability
  • Assistance with metabolic disease
  • Increased muscle strength, flexibility, balance and control
  • Reduce the risk of falls
  • Pain management
  • Manage the behavioural and psychological
  • Improve cognition and mood
  • Staying active and remaining independent

Our teams at Physio Inq are experienced with a range of funding programs within Aged Care, including the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) and Home Care Packages (HCP).

We partner with both CHSP and HCP service providers to ensure clients in the community receive experienced and quality allied health care in the comfort of their homes.

About Physio Inq's Care

  • Strong history in home based care
  • Commonwealth Home Support Program Provider (CHSP)
  • Home Care Provider (HCP)
  • Over 200 clinical experts in Aged Care services for Exercise Physiology
  • A commitment to expediting referrals based on clinical needs
  • Dedicated contact person for your business
  • Access to multiple disciplines and services under one roof
  • Large geographical coverage
  • High quality reporting
  • Experienced clinical staff
  • Full time customer service team
  • Full time accounts team

Why worry about the stresses of parking and traffic when you simply don't have too anymore. Our Allied Health Team are currently serving the following states in Australia;

Alternatively contact us by phone on
1300 731 733

Aged Care Exercise Physiology

Frequently Asked Questions

Mobile Exercise Physiology is the term we use to describe Exercise Physiology that comes to you. We are able to deliver the service in your home, or anywhere you prefer in your community.

Exercise Physiology is the delivery and evaluation of safe and effective exercise interventions for people with acute, sub-acute or chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities.

Accredited exercise physiologists can assist with cardiovascular, metabolic, neurological, musculoskeletal, cancers, kidney, respiratory / pulmonary and mental health disorders and any other conditions for which there is evidence that exercise can improve the client’s clinical status.

Accredited exercise physiologists (AEPs) deliver and evaluate safe and effective exercise interventions for people with acute, sub-acute or chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities. Pathology domains covered by the services of AEPs include cardiovascular, metabolic, neurological, musculoskeletal, cancers, kidney, respiratory / pulmonary and mental health, and any other conditions for which there is evidence that exercise can improve the client’s clinical status.

We have a dedicated customer service team to assist you in booking an appointment. They will discuss with you your needs, any treatment preferences and where you would like to be seen (in your home, community etc).

At Physio Inq we aim to see all new clients as soon as possible - to meet your needs. In many areas we have immediate availability, meaning you can be seen inside 48 hours. In areas of longer wait times, we of course communicate this with you and book a time suitable in the future.

It is helpful if you have any information or reports from your General Practitioner (GP) that may be appropriate and may assist us in understanding what your needs are. If you are an NDIS participant, a copy of your NDIS Plan Goals is also helpful to guide our assessment and identify what areas you may require our assistance.

Our prices vary dependent upon services required and your geographic location. A copy of our price guide can be found here. Our customer service team will provide you with your pricing based on your individual circumstances in your initial contact with them.

If you are NDIA managed, Plan managed, Self-managed or Private we are able to easily accommodate payment for our services. For Self-managed we offer a Direct Debit mechanism that reduces administration for both you and our therapist, leaving you more time to receive our great services. The direct debit will take place 5-7 days after your appointment to allow you ample time to claim from NDIA beforehand.

EFT/Square payment (more detail below) are also available upon request. For Private clients our therapists take credit or debit card payments on the spot via their Square payment device. you will be issued with an invoice upon completion of your appointment to help facilitate any claim from NDIA or your Health Fund.

Rebates from your health fund is dependent on your level of insurance cover. We encourage you to call your personal health fund to ask what your package rebate amount is. It varies from package to package, with some clients earning up to an 80% rebate on the cost of their sessions.

Consultation length varies dependent on your individual needs. Our initial consultations may take up to 1 hour and follow up sessions may vary but most commonly are an hour in duration.

No you do not. At Physio Inq we can see clients without a referral for Exercise Physiology. We are able to work with you to establish your needs and assist in getting a referral should that provide additional funding for you for services.

At Physio Inq, we are happy to accept referrals in your preferred method, these include:
Phone: 1300 731 733
Email: mobile@physioinq.com.au
Online: https://www.physioinq.com.au/allied-health-referral-form

We are currently covering New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania and Western Australia.

Yes. We were one of the first NDIS Allied Health providers in Australia, being involved with the first rollout in NSW. We know NDIS very well and our therapists are highly trained in the scheme.

Yes - The Australian Government currently provides funding for a wide range of services and programs to assist in the treatment of metabolic and lifestyle related diseases. Via medicare specifically, children may qualify for an Enhanced Primary Care Plan (EPC), which may also be known as a Chronic Disease Management Plan (CDMP) to assist in funding Exercise Physiology services.

Yes, we do see clients under My Aged Care who have their packages managed by a Provider. If you would like to see us, we will organise an agreement with your Home Care Package manager to provide services under your package funding.

According to Allied Health Professionals Australia, physiotherapists are experts in the structure of the human body and its movement. They work with people of all ages to treat a broad range of health conditions including sports injuries and musculoskeletal conditions as well as people with disability, chronic health conditions such as diabetes, obesity, osteoarthritis and stroke.

Physiotherapists are involved in the assessment, diagnosis, planning and management of patient care.

Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP) as professionals who specialise in clinical exercise interventions for people with a broad range of health issues. Those people may be at risk of developing, or have existing, medical conditions and injuries. The aims of exercise physiology interventions are to prevent or manage acute, sub-acute or chronic disease or injury, and assist in restoring one’s optimal physical function, health, or wellness. These interventions are exercise-based and include health and physical activity education, advice and support and lifestyle modification with a strong focus on achieving behavioural change.

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