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Accelerated Rehabilitation

Accelerated Rehabilitation

Physio-Supervised Classes

The premise behind this class is to bridge the gap between acute Physiotherapy treatment and self-management through resistance exercise, stretches and sports specific activities. As Physiotherapists, we find it can be challenging for clients to transition from the close supervision of their therapist to independently completing exercise programs at home or in the gym. 

The accelerated rehabilitation class aims to bridge that gap by providing small group classes supervised by a physiotherapist who will monitor technique and form as clients complete their individual program. After six weeks clients will feel confident they are completing their programs correctly and are successfully progressing with their recovery. 

Who is the Accelerated Rehabilitation class designed for?

This class is appropriate for clients with sporting injuries, post-operative recovery and those wanting to return to independent exercise after injury.

To attend the accelerated rehabilitation class, clients will have an initial assessment and introduction to their exercise program prior to commencing the group session. Programs will run for six weeks to gain the most benefit at which time your Physiotherapist will reassess goals and work with you to formulate the best plan going forward.

Class Details

Time: Mondays 5pm - 6pm
Where: 'Accelerated Rehabilitation Classes' are held at Spring Physio Gym Malvern.
Who: Run by Physiotherapist Christian Masson Moyle

Classes Frequently Asked Questions

Can I book straight into a class?

No, you must start with an assessment with a physiotherapist.

After your initial assessment, your physiotherapist will design an exercise programme specifically for you.

The next appointment will be a one-on-one with your physio, discussing your programme in detail.

Should your physio think it appropriate, you will join a small class with others who will all be working on their individual goals, guided and supervised by physios.

Do I need a class or a one-on-one?

It depends. The factors that decide whether you will require a one-on-one or class format include:

Physical ability

If you require maximum supervision a therapist will be with you at all times in a one-on-one setting. 

More commonly, a small group setting provides adequate supervision once the program is designed and implemented by your physiotherapist. A class setting allows for a more cost effective way of receiving your physio-supervised exercise programme.

Group appropriateness and availability

With one-on-one care, the pathway to learning independent exercise can be quicker as more time is spent individually teaching and explaining the programme. For some people, this is the quickest and most effective way to learn how to become independent with your healthy life plan.

Social and motivational interactions in our group classes can inspire and build an encouraging environment for some people. For those that enjoy exercising with others, this can be an excellent stimulus for making changes in your life. 

It’s also great to see other people at all levels of physical function and fitness exercising, and making improvements.

One-on-one is suitable for:

  • People requiring maximum supervision.
  • Those wanting maximum input in the early stages to help speed up the road to independent exercise.
  • People who prefer a one-on-one environment over group exercise.

Groups are suitable for:

  • People safe enough to be in small groups to implement their programme.
  • People requiring slower and more supervised programme delivery for a longer period before becoming independent with exercise.
  • People preferring group exercise to engage with others to motivate and be motivated.

What do I wear to Physio Supervised Exercise Classes?

Please wear comfortable clothing for your work out. Those that have a cardio component to exercise are advised to bring a towel. Yoga pants, track pants or bike shorts are the best for workouts to ensure maximum movement and modesty.

How long do classes run for?

Classes run for approximately 60 minutes.

What classes are offered at Kooyong Physiotherapy Centre?

A small number of physio supervised core stability and strength classes are offered at Kooyong Physiotherapy Centre. Please speak with your physiotherapist about classes at our Kooyong site

What is your class cancellation policy?

We require notification of cancellation on the day prior to your scheduled class, otherwise a cancellation fee will be incurred.

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