How can an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) assist me through the NDIS?
Is Exercise Physiology recommended for me?
Exercise can assist people living with disabilities in many different ways.
The services of an Exercise Physiologist are highly recommended if you are living with a disability that:
Makes its hard to maintain good health and well-being, both physically and mentally
Your disability is progressive in nature
You have goals related to increased fitness and independence
Can I use my NDIS funding for Exercise?
You can! Exercise Physiology services is funded under
Capacity building – Improved health and wellbeing
Capacity building – Improved daily living
What NDIS services are accessible to me at Top to Toe Health?
An AEP can provide NDIS services in the form of:
Within small groups
What can Exercise Physiologists do for NDIS funded patients?
Improve your strength, balance, posture and aerobic fitness
Increase ability to engage in the community and social events
Improve mental well-being
How do I get started?
You can get started by contacting your NDIS planner and requesting support through an Accredited Exercise Physiologist to ensure that the services are funded. Once you are approved for funding you can book in with the Exercise Physiologist for an initial assessment.
For years we have looked after the feet of ballerinas and ballroom dancers. From the ballet to Dancesport championships, we have been there.
We are appreciate the amount of time they spend loading up their feet and toes, and require specific footcare unlike other people.
We care about Dancesport