City of South Perth
MOBILE SERVICES | NO WAIT LIST | FIRST 30 MINS OF TRAVEL TIME FREE
Mobile NDIS Exercise Physiology in South Perth and surrounding suburbs
O2 Active’s skilled and caring team deliver mobile exercise and lifestyle therapies for the prevention and management of chronic disease, injury, and disability. We design and implement tailored programs for individuals, groups, and workplaces throughout the City of South Perth and surrounds.
As Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) we provide specialty programs for NDIS participants, paediatrics, and women’s health. We are qualified to accept doctors’ referrals from patients requiring clinical exercise services for serious injuries and/or chronic disease.
At O2 Active, our expertise is disability services which means we support people living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), intellectual disability, developmental disorders, down syndrome and other disability. We do not currently have a wait list and do not charge for the first 30 mins of travel time from our Mosman Park clinic, WA.
Exercise physiology can assist you in building physical capacity so you can be more independent and participate in activities of interest at home, school, work and within your local community.
Depending on your goals O2 Active can help to improve your
- Strength, mobility, flexibility and balance
- Overall health and wellbeing
- Gross and fine motor skills
- Fitness and endurance
- Posture, body awareness and movement control
- Sleep quality
- Sensory processing
- Confidence and body image
- Depression or anxiety symptoms
- Pain management
- Community and social engagement
- Cognitive and social skills
- Chronic pain
- Ability to keep up with peers and participate in community sport and recreation.
Got NDIS Funding?
Funding for our South Perth and surrounding suburbs services falls under the Capacity Building budget categories:
- Improved Health and Wellbeing, and
- Improved Daily Living.
Our skilled and caring NDIS registered exercise physiologists are accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia. They must meet yearly professional development and recency of practice requirements and hold certificates in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
How do I arrange a referral for NDIS exercise physiology?
We believe support should be available to everybody, no matter their financial situation. Our range of pricing options help ensure our programs are accessible to as many people as possible.
For more information and to discuss your eligibility, please contact us.
If you’re ready to get started, please complete our NDIS referral form.