Industry leaders in allied health interventions
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation’s allied health clinicians provide prescription of therapeutic exercise-based programs for individuals afflicted with injury or illness, principally under a compensable-injury policy.
Virtual Consultations continue with GuardianConnect
With our digital care platform, clients across the country can still access our rehabilitation services – rain, shine or pandemic.
Our mobile exercise physiology and physiotherapy services are community-based ensuring convenience in programming, and maximised self-efficacy long-term.
Industry leaders in clinically-guided, best-practice exercise-based interventions across a broad spectrum of injuries and illnesses.
Committed and passionate to facilitate the earliest safe, appropriate and sustainable return to work ensuring a cost-effective mobile rehabilitation service.
Personalised and personable
We work closely with our clients and stakeholders to provide a bespoke service that encapsulates humanistic principles and behaviours.
Mobile Exercise Rehabilitation
At Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation, our clinical exercise physiologists and physiotherapists consult clients throughout their recovery journey, from early intervention through to chronicity management. We adopt a biopsychosocial approach with emphasis on collaboration, education and empowerment. We provide bespoke programming and set collaborative goals based on meaningful activities. Our exercise rehabilitation programs optimise function and healthy re-engagement in work, as well as everyday and recreational activities.
Premium Exercise Rehabilitation Programs
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation’s allied health clinicians provide prescription of therapeutic exercise based-programs for individuals afflicted with injury or illness, principally under a compensable-injury policy.
- Workers’ Compensation
- Life Insurance / Income Protection
- Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) / Compulsory Third Party (CTP)
92% of our clients rated the service provided during their exercise program as excellent
96% of our clients thought that our services helped in bettering their abilities to complete normal daily routine and activities outside of work
83% of our clients were extremely or very confident they have acquired the tools to continue with an exercise program independently in the long-term
82% of our clients said they would highly recommend our services to friends and colleagues
(Based on all responses to End-Program/NPS Survey for Exercise Physiology services for the period July 2021 to September 2021)
Injuries and illnesses we consult
Our programs embrace the transition from patho-anotomical injury management, with a true application of the biopsychosocial approach and a rehabilitation plan built around uncomplicated physical activity.
Our programs act to complement traditional mental health interventions, such as psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy.
A very strong body-of-evidence shows that implementing manageable physical activity routines can reduce the onset, development and/or progression of cardiometabolic disease, through eliciting a myriad of physiological benefits.
Exercise is proven to provide many benefits before, during and following cancer treatment. Latest research shows strongly that people with cancer who engage in structured exercise experience fewer and less severe treatment-related side effects and report improved quality-of-life.
In line with the foundational principle that early intervention provides optimised long-term clinical outcomes, we provide customised programs to assist in managing workplace musculoskeletal injuries.
We offer exercise physiology services for a range of diagnosed Respiratory Conditions, principally for individuals through their Life Insurance/Income Protection policy.
We offer exercise physiology services for a range of chronic conditions principally for individuals through their Life Insurance/Income Protection policy.
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The Importance of Self-Efficacy in the Context of Pain
A recent study found that improvements in self-efficacy as measured by the Patient Self Efficacy Scale (PSEQ) is associated with reductions in disability despite no significant change in symptoms. Furthermore, there is supporting evidence that higher levels of self-efficacy at baseline are predictive of positive outcomes at long term follow up. So, what does this tell us?Read the article
Our New Guidebook on Mental Health & Exercise
Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation is excited to announce the roll-out of the Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation Mental Health & Exercise Guidebook, which will accompany our existing library of educational health information within My Health Portal.
Celebrating our Work-iversary… in a Pandemic
Last Friday, the national team finally – and virtually – got together to celebrate our long-awaited 21st birthday.
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