Exercise Physiology clinics

COVID-19 Management Procedures

Services will remain open with the following measures in place to protect our community any minimise risk as much as reasonably possible. Please click here to read about additional measures being implemented to keep you and our community safe

COVID-19 Management Procedures

To meet current South Australian Government Restrictions, masks are required to be worn when visiting this clinic. 

Working with you to tailor exercise plans to suit your needs.

Based at UniSA’s City East, City West, and Magill campuses, the Exercise Physiology Clinic offers specialist exercise prescription services to the community to assist with the management and prevention of chronic health conditions, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, medical conditions, disabilities and mental health conditions.

Exercise physiology services are provided by final year undergraduate exercise physiology students under the supervision of accredited exercise physiologists, or directly by accredited exercise physiologists.

Appointments are essential (please note in most cases for Accredited Exercise Physiology services, a referral from your General Practitioner or medical specialist is required).

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    Our services are beneficial for the management of:

    • cardiovascular disease/dysfunction
    • chronic fatigue pathologies
    • hormonal dysfunction
    • metabolic disease/dysfunction
    • musculoskeletal disease/dysfunction
    • neurological, psychological and respiratory diseases

    We offer practical exercise advice and programs that will equip you with the skills to maintain appropriate exercise habits, long term. Changes to everyday behaviour including the addition/modification of physical activity habits are not easily achieved. Our staff recognise this and will assist by helping to identify and work around any barriers in order to achieve your specific health goals.

    Our service is tailored to suit your individual needs and preferences, and is designed to be performed by you from home or within an exercise training facility.

    Please wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing and suitable footwear to your appointment, and bring any relevant medical information with you such as specialist or x-ray reports (not films).

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    Student-delivered services

    Student services are supervised by accredited exercise physiologists.

    Service Standard Fee

    Concession Fee

    Initial consultation $20 $10
    Subsequent consultation $15 $10
    Small groups exercise session (max. 3 people) $12pp $10
    Large groups exercise session (max. 12 people) $7pp $5

    Concession rates apply to those under 18 years, student and health care card holders.

    Accredited exercise physiologist services

    In addition, to student-led services, UniSA Health is pleased to offer Exercise Physiology services provided by Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP’s). Fees for the services may vary depending on the AEP. Please call our friendly staff to discuss fees, appointment options, and any additional information.

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    In addition to providing you with valuable client care, the Clinic delivers quality clinical education to UniSA students — our next generation of healthcare professionals. Educated in state-of-the-art facilities, students gain invaluable practical experience and exposure to a wide range of client needs.

    If you are a current UniSA student and are interested in observing what happens in an Exercise Physiology clinic then we would love you to volunteer your time in gaining exposure to the industry. Depending of your level of experience you will also be able to implement and apply the skills and knowledge that you have learned to date. You may even be able to log ESSA hours towards gaining your qualifications!

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    What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP)?
    AEPs are allied health professionals that specialise in the prescription and monitoring of exercise behaviour for the management and prevention chronic diseases and disabilities. The accreditation and professional conduct of the AEP is overseen by Exercise & Sports Science Australia. AEPs base exercise prescription for disease management and prevention on up to date scientific evidence and tailor it to accommodate an individual's capacity and goals.

    Can High Performance services be tailored to individual or group needs?
    If you are interested in a combination of our services, we can tailor packages to suit individual or group needs. We can also provide professional advice on the most suitable test for you or your team.

    What conditions can exercise physiology services be helpful for?
    Exercise has been found to be beneficial in the management of numerous conditions including:

    • Cardiovascular disease/dysfunction
    • Coronary vessel disease
    • Chronic heart failure
    • Rhythm or valvular abnormalities
    • Peripheral vascular diseases
    • Hypertension
    • Chronic Fatigue Pathologies
    • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    • HIV/AIDS
    • Cancer & cancer treatment
    • Hormonal dysfunction
    • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
    • Post Menopause Syndrome
    • Hypothyroidism
    • Androgen deprivation therapy
    • Metabolic disease/dysfunction
    • Obesity
    • Metabolic syndrome
    • Impaired glucose tolerance
    • Diabetes (Types 1 and 2)
    • Dyslipidaemia
    • Musculoskeletal disease/dysfunction
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Osteoporosis
    • Postural syndrome
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Musculoskeletal Injury Rehabilitation
    • Neurological
    • Stroke
    • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Parkinson's Disease
    • Developmental Coordination Disorder
    • Psychological
    • Depression
    • Respiratory diseases
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    • Asthma
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    Telehealth is the use of telecommunications technology such as videoconferencing, telephone consultation and/or email to deliver long distance clinical services to client. Telehealth provides a solution that allows for clients and families to still have access to allied health support without having to attend in-person.

    For more information on Telehealth and how we protect your privacy, please click here

    Telehealth appointments are available for Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Podiatry and Occupational Therapy for Children.

    Please contact our friendly reception staff to book a telehealth appointment.

Clinic contact details

UniSA City East Campus  

Telephone: (08) 8302 2078 
Fax: (08) 8302 1428 
Email: exercisephysiology.clinic@unisa.edu.au

UniSA City East campus 
Level 2, Centenary Building (Room C2-08) 
Corner of North Terrace and Frome Road 
Adelaide SA 5000

Clinic days 
Monday, Wednesday-Friday 
(please contact us for opening hours).

Car parking 
The clinic has one permit park available on campus for clients with mobility issues. Please speak with the clinic reception regarding this car park when scheduling your appointment.

UniSA City West Health and Medical Clinic 

For allied health services please contact:
Telephone: (08) 8302 0986
Fax: (08) 8302 7888
Email: citywesthealth@unisa.edu.au

For general practitioner services please contact:
Telephone: 1300 172 996
Fax: (08) 8125 6712
Website: unisamedical.com.au

UniSA City West campus
27-29 North Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000

Clinic days 
(please contact us for opening hours).

Public transport 
Public transport options are within walking distance of the clinic including the tram and buses.

Tram: “Park n Ride”- Park your car at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre or in the Parklands (4 hours) at Thebarton and catch the free Tram from 1 stop away.

Please visit adelaidemetro.com.au for further details.

UniSA Magill Allied Health Clinics

Please contact us to arrange an appointment.

Telephone: (08) 8302 4013 
Fax: (08) 8302 4344 
Email: magillhealthclinics@unisa.edu.au

UniSA Magill campus 
E Building (Room E1-22) 
Enter from Bundey Street 
Magill SA 5072

Clinic hours 
Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm 
(please contact us to confirm as times for each service can vary).

Car parking
Reserved parking is available in the M3 carpark, in spaces marked ‘Reserved Clinic Parking Only’. Enter via Bundey Street.