Faculty of Health

Exercise Rehabilitation Centre

The Exercise Rehabilitation Centre (Mt Helen) is run by students and supervisors as a part of the Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Physiology. The clinic is open to the public.

The clinic provides a service for individuals who have an injury, suffer from a medical condition, or who are just unfit or nervous about commencing exercise.

The clinic can offer a one-off assessment with exercise advice and a home exercise program, or ongoing supervised exercise sessions on a weekly basis.

Programs

Private consultancy is available for clients. Clients are able to access the clinic as private clients for an assessment and exercise prescription on an individual basis.

Initial assessment cost: $25.00
Follow-up sessions cost: $10.00

  • Tuesday and Wednesday, 12 - 3 pm each week
  • Thursday, 8 - 11 am each week

One-on-one program

This program aims to provide a service for individuals who have always been interested in going to the gym but require closer supervision e.g. they may carry an injury, suffer from a medical condition or are just unfit or nervous.

Initial assessment cost: $25.00
Follow-up sessions cost: $10.00

  • Tuesday and Wednesday, 12 - 3 pm each week
  • Thursday, 8 - 11 am each week

Hydrotherapy pool/sessions

Our hydrotherapy pool (Mt Helen) is available for supervised use.

Initial assessment (dry land) cost: $25.00
Ongoing sessions cost: $10.00 30-45 minutes

  • Tuesday and Wednesday, 12 - 3 pm each week
  • Thursday, 8 - 11 am

Able and Stable Program

This program aims to provide a strengthening and balance program for older adults in a social and fun environment.
Cost: $5.50 per week

  • Thursday, 10 - 11 am

For bookings and further information please contact the Rehabilitation Clinic on (03) 5327 9172 or email healthsciences@federation.edu.au.

It is located on the ground floor of P Building, across from the Toning Point gym.


View program information for Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Physiology or Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology