Registered NDIS Exercise Physiologist in Ipswich

You are a participant, not a KPI.

As an exercise physiologist, I manage and improve participants' autonomy by making meaningful health, lifestyle, education, exercise, and behavioural changes.

I can help NDIS participants...

Get stronger, and fitter.

Become educated on exercise and how to safely use gym equipment.

Learn new skills that can be used for recreation, exercise, and improved health.

Be supported by reports for use by the NDIS.

I will work relentlessly with the participant to treat their condition and support them on their journey back to good health. Put simply, I’m an exercise physiologist you can trust.

Conditions I often help NDIS participants with:

  • Chronic back/knee/hip/shoulder pain.
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Pars defect (spondylosis), bulged discs, sciatica, spinal fusion
    • Osgood-Slatter disease, knee replacement, chondromalacia patella
    • Hip replacement
    • Rotator cuff repair, shoulder reconstruction, SLAP lesion
    • Preparation for surgery, rehab following surgery
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation
  • COPD
  • Asthma
  • Preparation for surgery
  • Type 1 and 2 diabetes mellitus
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  • Cardiovascular disease prevention
  • myocardial infarction (heart attack)
  • Coronary artery disease, coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
  • Bundle branch block
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Preparation for surgery

Weight management (weight loss and gain)

  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Autism
  • Schizophrenia

What to expect when you work with me

A committed professional supporting your journey to improved physical capacity.

An experienced professional providing the participant with an individualised plan.

A committed professional supporting your journey to improved physical capacity, who you can trust every step of the way.

Ready to start feeling great again?
It only takes three steps...

Book an appointment

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Attend your appointment

Attending the appointment can be the hardest part, but it will pay off in the long-run.

Improve your life!

We'll work together to design a plan so you can manage your condition, strengthen your body and live an active life.

Your session details

Session length: 30-60 minutes

Cost: $166.99 for the initial appointment, $140 / hour thereafter

Referrals: An NDIS plan that has been approved by the NDIA.

Home Visits: I conduct home visits for NDIS. Travel is charged at $140 p/hour pro rata.

How long will it take to see results?

Sick of receiving bad healthcare? I was too...

From my military service I have received my fair share of injuries and illnesses that I continue to work on. I have a family, wife and two young children, that I sometimes find difficult to play with due to injuries and illnesses that I sustained while serving.

I had become frustrated with the health care I had received in the past, feeling that it fell short of my expectations. I felt that my providers didn’t fully explain my condition or the reasoning behind the treatments they prescribed. Looking back, I believe that some of the advice I received was just plain wrong.

During my time as an Exercise Physiologist I have been fortunate to assist University of Southern Queensland (USQ) by providing supervision to their exercise physiology students on professional placement, as well as being the Chair of the USQ Sport and Exercise Advisory Committee.

Client testimonials

“I am proud of what I have achieved in the last 12months. I am actually half my starting weight… having lost over 63kg. But so much more than weight loss… it’s my personal strength, my fitness, my self belief. You have helped me believe in myself, my strength, my abilities… so thanks for everything you have done as part of my journey. In case no one has told you recently, you changed my life… so thank you”

Why do clients choose Performance ExPhys?

Focus on patient care, not KPIs.

Unlike other clinics, my priority is helping YOU, not meeting KPIs.

20 Confidence

First-hand experience.

Having experienced injuries and poor health, I understand your struggles.

Driven by experience, backed by science.

Currently part-time Clinic Supervisor for UniSQ Sport and Exercise Clinic.

15 years in ADF,  Served in East Timor, Egypt, and disaster relief in Townsville during Cyclone Yasi.

Bachelor of Sport and Exercise (Hons) (Clinical Exercise Physiology).

Commitment, Honesty, and Integrity.

My sole priority is to deliver a standard of care that I would expect to be treated with myself.