Commonly Asked Questions

Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) AEPs are university qualified allied health professionals equipped with the knowledge, skills and competencies to design, deliver and evaluate safe and effective exercise interventions for people with acute, sub-acute or chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities. Pathology domains covered by the services of AEPs include cardiovascular, metabolic, neurological, musculoskeletal, cancers, kidney, respiratory / pulmonary and mental health, and any other conditions for which there is evidence that exercise can improve the client’s clinical status.

Research has proven that exercise, at the correct intensity and duration, does improve the quality and duration of life. More importantly, it decreases the incidence of chronic health conditions and obesity. Through exercise physiology you can be tested and provided with exercises to help with the management and prevention of chronic health conditions, rehabilitation, disabilities and mental health conditions.

Yes, we are a registered NDIS provider, and if you are approved for NDIS funding, then we can easily take you through the process so that you can get started quickly with one of our trained Exercise Physiologists.

Our prices are in line with the national standard, and the amount you pay will depend on how many sessions you need. Great news though, our initial assessments are actually free, so you can have an obligation free first session to ensure you feel comfortable before moving forward.

You should wear light loose comfortable clothing which will allow you to move freely. 

If you have a condition where temperature affects you, please feel free to talk to our Exercise Physiologist to help with some suggestions.

If you are having any issues with your feet you Exercise Physiologist can help advice on good footwear and shoes. 

Absolutely. Just call us using this number (08) 9468 3555 or even email your question to me using info@box33.com.au

Exercises plays a vital role in your recovery but most people do the wrong ones, at the wrong time, in the wrong order, for the wrong reasons. A good exercise physiologist will stop that from occurring.

No. Just call us and book. If you’re willing to invest in your health, you’re very welcome to come see us.


That is always dependent upon the nature of your condition and/or injury and how quick you want the

Our aim is to have you functioning as quickly and as safely as possible.

Most clients and patients will attend 2 sessions a week.  Your exercise physiologist will be in a better position to answer this following your initial consultation.