Diabetes management with Clinical Exercise

Supported by research and evidence, with in-depth, condition specific assessments, monitoring , programming and supervision.


Supervised by accredited exercise physiologists!


All in a safe, positive and supportive environment, supervised by expert allied health clinicians, with decades of experience in exercise prescription.


  • Exercise prescription with Diabetes educators and Exercise specialists.

  • Full assessments for condition and recomendations for correct exercise.

  • Medicare and Extras health care rebates available.

  • Join our Diabetes specific exercise sessions today.

Diabetes Management

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Exercise as Diabetes treatment

Why is exercise the best treatment for Diabetes?

Evidence suggests that tailored and supervised exercise is beneficial for both prevention and treatment of Diabetes.

If you have diabetes, being active makes your body more sensitive to insulin (the hormone that allows cells in your body to use blood sugar for energy), which helps manage your diabetes. Physical activity also helps control blood sugar levels and lowers your risk of heart disease and nerve damage.

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Medicare chronic disease management and our clinic
  • Medicare rebates are available through your GP.
  • Assessments and 8 group sessions may be available to you through Medicare, if your type 2 diabetic?
  • Health insurance rebates are available on all our programs.
  • Contact us for more information regarding your options.
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Book a FREE consultation today!

Call us today for your Diabetes assessment.

If you have type 2 Diabetes you may have access to Medicare subsidy, call us to discuss.

The Re Form exercise journey.


Apply for our Diabetes clinic.

Call or email us for more information.

Book an FREE initial assessment.

Our programs include assessments and exercise prescription and are graded for your condition.  These sessions involve both one on one and group supervised sessions. If you need more assistance or wish to have closer supervision your program may include more one on one sessions. As each individual is different we advise on a case by case basis.

Get started today.

Group supervised training

  • You will be supervised by exercise physiologists with other like clients whilst you perform the program that has been prescribed.                        
  • Our exercise physiologists are always close by monitoring you whilst you exercise. 
  • We progress you along your journey with regular reprogramming and assessments as well as adjusting for the day.


One on one supervised training

  • Do you require closer supervision?
  • Does your condition require you to be closely monitored for neuropathy or balance?
  • Have you not done fitness before and feel you would like individual instruction?
  • Usually a blend of ideas, one on one and group suits best however you have to choice to decide whats best for your situation, with our guidance.
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Why is exercise physiology best for your situation?

“Peoples’ risk of developing diabetes is greatly increased by several factors including high blood pressure, overweight or obesity, insufficient physical activity, and poor diet,” says Mr. Kelly.

Although there is no known cure, exercise – when prescribed by a suitably qualified exercise professional – is a powerful tool for managing the physical effects of diabetes.

Exercise helps to:

  • Make insulin work more effectively
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Lower your blood pressure
  • Reduce your risk of heart disease


Exercise recommendations for Diabetes.

"Exercise has major and widespread benefits for people with diabetes. For most people with diabetes, exercise is safe and beneficial."



Undertake muscle strengthening activities on at least 2 days each week. Strengthening activities include anything that requires your body to move against a weight or gravity.


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What are the benefits of specific resistance training for Diabetes?

Resistance training and aerobic exercise both helped to lower insulin resistance in previously sedentary older adults with abdominal obesity at risk for diabetes. Combining the two types of exercise proved more beneficial than doing either one alone.

All forms of exercise—aerobic, resistance, or doing both (combined training)—were equally good at lowering HbA1c values in people with diabetes.


Can i do cardio and resistance exercise?

Yes. A combination of cardiovascular exercise and resistance training i the best way to go.

The W.H.O, Diabetes Australia and ESSA all agree!

People living with chronic conditions (type 2 diabetes).

  • should do at least 150–300 minutes of moderate-intensity or at least 75–150 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity.
  • should also do muscle-strengthening activities at moderate or greater intensity that involve all major muscle groups on 2 or more days a week, as these provide additional health benefits.  



Register for our Diabetes Clinic today!

Call us today for your personalised Diabetes assessment and program.

Initial screening/assessment

Where do you need to start?

First we assess you. Then we do a program specific to your needs and condition.

Then we begin management of your chronic condition.

What program is best for you?

We have several options available to you.

Call us today to discuss with a free initial consultation.

Medicare Rebate & Health Insurance.

Why do Exercise Physiology?

You can get exercise prescribed by an Allied health Professional at less than a third of the cost of other exercise professionals!

And then do small group training supervised by the same professional.

Begin your exercise Journey today.

  • Call or email us for more infromation.

  • Recieve our information pack.

  • Book a FREE initial assessment

  • Have your assessment session and book into the appropriate program.

  • Get started!

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The Science of Exercise


Evidence based, clinical, exercise solutions, tailored to your specific conditions or needs. Promoting health and wellbeing through education and exercise.

Supported by experienced Allied Health practitioners in a brand new state of the art facility.

Book a complimentary consultation today by calling 0411 112 208 or filling out the form below!

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