Exercise Physiology

At New Farm and City Clinics

There is no drug in current or prospective use that holds as much promise for sustained health as a lifetime program of physical exercise – Journal of the American Medical Association.

Exercise Physiology

At MOVE Osteopathy we have our own in-house exercise physiologist Christian Brackenridge. Christian holds a bachelors in Exercise Physiology from QUT. Christian is well qualified to assess and guide individuals safely through specific exercises to

  • Support recovery and rehabilitation for specific conditions or injuries
  • Increase and optimise performance
  • Maintain general health
  • Combination of all of the above

Christian is trained to show and teach you pilates exercises on our reformer beds and pilates floor exercises aswell as all ‘gym’ style exercises that require equipment and weights and of course many exercises and stretches that can be done without equipment. Exercise programs are designed with your medical history in mind, and any advice or direction your Osteopath has given. All exercise programs from our exercise physiologist are specifically tailored to you.

Having our own in-house exercise expert and equipment allows us to easily communicate, monitor and work together as a team in achieving your goals of optimal health and condition.

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