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What is an Exercise Physiologist?


Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEP) are allied health professionals with a minimum 4 year Bachelor degree focusing on the assessment and delivery of clinical exercise interventions. An Exercise Physiologist’s scope of practice includes the management of acute, sub-acute and chronic medical conditions, injuries and disabilities via exercise.

During their degree, AEP’s cover the same in-depth study of anatomy, exercise physiology, biomechanics, sports medicine, motor control, musculoskeletal and cardiovascular exercise. In addition to this, Exercise Scientists also complete an extra year of study, focusing on the delivery of exercise in clinical situations.


After graduation and successful registration, AEP’s can work in a multitude of situations including hospitals and allied health clinics alongside physiotherapists, osteopaths and as very high level Personal Trainers who can manage complex cases.

KineticsCorrect has its very own Exercise Physiologist in James Taylor; and you can book PT sessions with him right now! James has experience working in an award-winning allied health clinic and is now working for us while he studies a Masters in Physiotherapy at UQ. Personal Training sessions with James at our North Brisbane Personal Training Studio are available early mornings for $60 per 45 minutes. Partnered sessions are also available from $70 per hour.

If you’d like to chat further about the possibility of working with James, call Matt on 0414 942 940 or contact us via the contact form on our website.

You can head to the ESSA website below to read more about Exercise Physiologist’s and their scope of practice.