Registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants could benefit from working with an exercise physiologist as part of their NDIS plan to help them achieve their goals. Exercise is one of the most important strategies you can use to improve your health. However, getting back into exercise after an injury or illness can be challenging.
Fortunately, an exercise physiologist can help you whether you have a disability or you are dealing with an injury and want to live a healthier life through exercise. If you would like to find out more about NDIS Exercise Physiology, continue reading this post.
What Is National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?
NDIS is a program created by the National Disability Insurance Agency to offer health coverage to people with permanent and huge disabilities. It is created to help those with disabilities and help them develop the skills and capability they need to participate in work and live healthily. The agency is tasked to fund allied health services that are related to your disability. Allied health services like exercise physiology are financed under the Improved Health and Wellbeing categories of your National Disability Insurance Scheme Capacity Building Support budget.
Relationship Between Exercise Physiology and NDIS
Generally, you will more likely need the services of exercise physiology as an important part of your National Disability Insurance Scheme plan if the following situations are present:
It is crucial to ensure your plan is consistent with the NDIS’s plan so that you can get the necessary support required to treat your disability.
How Exercise Physiology Can Help with NDIS Objectives
A reputable exercise physiologist is experienced in understanding the needs of their clients and creating an individualized plan that helps address the critical needs of their clients, some of which include:
With the long-term objective of improving your quality of life and independence, your exercise physiology will perform a clinic-based assessment and create a plan that is tailored to your disability and ensure it fits within your specific NDIS plan.
Conditions Exercise Physiologist are Best Suited For
Exercise physiologists are trained to help people improve their health and wellbeing, improve strength and fitness and gain independence through clinical exercises. Experienced exercise physiologists understand how to prescribe a tailored exercise plan that is effective and safe. Most exercise physiology services are suited for those with:
How Can We Help?
If you’d like to learn more about NDIS exercise physiology services and how they can be beneficial to your specific health need, contact Movement 101. Our experienced exercise physiologists are dedicated to providing the best care to help with your NDIS goals.
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