Referrer information for medical and allied health professionals
Referring to Guardian Exercise Rehabilitation will ensure your patient receives the most appropriate treatment required for their stage and the complexity of their injury or condition. Through a distinct focus on meaningful activity, we support optimised function and healthy re-engagement in work and everyday activities. All programming is evidence-based, with a strong focus on education and empowerment. Regular updates to you ensure clear and consistent guidance on progress, with appropriate recommendations.
Conditions 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.
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