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Exercise Physiology

Regular physical activity and exercise are very important when living with a neurological condition, especially in the early stages of progression. Participation restrictions often exist for people living with a progressive neurological condition and research shows 80% of people living with MS are not achieving the recommended activity guidelines. With the help of our Exercise Physiologists, you will be supported to safely participate in an increased level of physical activity and exercise.

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Our Exercise Physiologists are tertiary educated health professionals with a four-year university degree. Our Exercise physiology service can benefit anyone in Queensland living with MS or other progressive neurological conditions to increase their level of physical activity to gain the important health benefits associated with regular activity participation and exercise. This includes those living with Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Motor Neurone Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Muscular Dystrophy, Multiple System Atrophy, Huntington’s Disease, Spinocerebellar Ataxias, and others.

Our team offer a range of Exercise Physiology Services

  • Face-to-face exercise physiology sessions at the Neuro Wellness Hub, in your home or community setting.
  • Virtual exercise physiology sessions through telehealth.
  • Small exercise physiology led group exercise (2 participants per class).
  • Customised home exercise programs.
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) reports.

We’re here for your movement journey

When you connect with MS Queensland Allied Health Service, you’ll be working with an Allied Health Professional who understands your neurological condition and its daily impact. Our team understands the challenges you face, and they can offer a practical management strategy for your symptoms.

Neurological conditions can be unpredictable, so if you experience any challenges in day-to-day activities, even minor ones, please get in touch. While living with MS or a neurological condition can be complex, contacting our physiotherapy team is simple.

Meet the team

Jack Gartlan

Jack Gartlan-Exercise Physiologist

Jack holds a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology and is an accredited Exercise Physiologist with ESSA (Exercise and Sports Science Australia). Jack has experience working in clinical and community settings with a wide range of chronic health conditions. Jack developed a special interest in neurological conditions whilst seeing the positive impact that exercise and lifestyle choices can have for people living with MS and other neurological conditions. More recently Jack joined MS Queensland in October 2022 as part of the employment support service team. This has allowed Jack to gain an in depth understanding of the barriers and challenges that people living with MS experience. Jack is extremely enthusiastic to be delivering Exercise Physiology services to assist people living with MS and other neurological conditions to maximize their functional capacity and meet recommended exercise guidelines.

What’s next?

Our Exercise Physiologists meet face-to-face with customers at the Neuro Wellness Hub, home visits as well as virtually using Telehealth. Enquire today and learn how our Exercise Physiologists can assist you.

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