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We’ve received your information and we will get in contact with you as soon as we can. In the meantime, check out some of the stories below of how we have helped people of all abilities and all ages take their steps towards a longer, stronger and healthier life. 

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Fiona is a 50yr old female diagnosed with Functional Neurological Disorder and Dissociative Personality Disorder. Prior to starting with EHA, Fiona struggled with her fatigue levels, walking and her seizures. 

Fiona has been attending EHA for almost 2 years. Since she started she reports she now has more endurance, less fatigue and is able to do much more than she could before!


Jared is a 14year old male diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Anxiety. Jared’s Exercise Physiology sessions have helped him be more active and exercise more confidently and consistently.

Jared loves his regular review assessments with our state of the art technology which continue to show his strength, power increasing at each review assessment. Best of all, he is leaving feeling better after each session!


Pat is a 64year old male diagnosed with Parkinsons and Multifocal Motor Neuropathy. Initially his diagnosis stopped him from doing things he loved like playing guitar and keeping active. 


Pat’s Endocrinologist recommended he come and see an Exercise Physiologist. Since then he has found he is stronger, has more mobility and really feels the benefit of the one on one supervision in an environment that is both professional and encouraging. 


Pat believes that the supervised Exercise Physiology services are not comparable to other previous interventions he has tried! 


Emma is a 54 year old female living with a progressive neuromuscular disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Prior to coming to see us, Emma had multiple falls and had broken her legs 3 times. Her disability was getting the better of her. 

Emma now only wishes she found an Exercise Physiologist sooner. Emma has improved her ability to stand from chairs, walk up stairs and do things many people take for granted. 

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