What is Chronic Disease & Injury Management?
Northside Allied Health’s offers Chronic Disease and Injury management which provides monitored exercise and nutritional guidance delivered by qualified exercise physiologists. Our approach conforms with Exercise & Sports Science Australia’s guidelines, with the purpose of managing and reducing the effects of your chronic condition to experience an improved quality of life.
Our Team are specifically trained to help you with:
- Obesity/weight management
- Cardiac and stroke rehabilitation
- Depression and anxiety
- Back Pain & and other musculoskeletal pain
Our Chronic Disease management offers a multi-facet approach and aims to:
- Improve your diet through consultations with our dietician
- Rehabilitate injury through a holistic approach
- Enhance your mood and wellbeing
- Improve quality of sleep
- Tailor physical activity to recommended levels for you
- Increase fitness and strength
- Improve posture, mobility and balance
As part of Chronic Disease Management (CMD) individuals and allied health services are bulk billed upon referral from a GP. Private health funds also recognise our services and offer a substantial rebate.
Our Team of Accredited Exercise Physiologists take a holistic approach, not only considering your physical health but your emotional, social and psychological wellbeing to ensure that together we achieve the very best outcome for you.
At Northside Allied Health, we are constantly striving to improve the quality of life of our clients by working with doctors to educate and instill healthy attitude and lifestyle habits.
We achieve this by staying up to date with the latest research and evidence based practice guidelines. Northside Allied Health’s multidisciplinary approach to our patients’ health ensures all aspects of the condition/s are treated.
Some Words From The Experts
The Powers of Exercise“… no single intervention has greater promise than exercise to reduce the risk of virtually all chronic diseases simultaneously…”
It Takes a Team To Conquer“The inherent complexity of human health requires the involvement of multidisciplinary teams to provide the best patient care”