NDIS Exercise Physiology on the Sunshine Coast

As part of NDIS support, individuals living with physical, intellectual, or mental disabilities have access to Accredited Exercise Physiologists who can help create clinical exercise-based therapy programs. These programs not only aim to prevent the onset of chronic diseases and injuries but also effectively manage existing conditions to help improve overall health and well-being.

MyEP Exercise Physiologists are NDIS registered and offer clinical exercise-based programs for people living with disabilities on the Sunshine Coast. Our exercise programs are tailored to individual capabilities and independence, focusing on strength training, cardiovascular training, and exercises to improve balance and coordination.

What is the NDIS?

The NDIS, which stands for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, provides financial support for Australians with permanent and significant disabilities. The aim of this support is to help individuals living with disabilities gain greater independence, improve their quality of life, and access new skills, jobs, or volunteering opportunities.

NDIS Exercise Physiology on the Sunshine Coast

Exercise Physiologists play a crucial role in facilitating healthier lifestyles, promoting independence, and encouraging community participation through clinical exercise-based programs. Whether it's through individual one-on-one sessions, supportive group environments, or telehealth, Exercise Physiologists are accredited allied-health professionals who can help people living with autism, intellectual disability, mental illnesses and physical conditions.

With over 5 clinics located throughout the Sunshine Coast, the team at MyEp Exercise Physiologists provide support to people living with disabilities in Buderim, Caloundra, Maroochydore, Noosa, Nambour, and nearby locations. We also offer a Mobile NDIS Exercise Physiology service within 30 minutes of our main clinics, which means we come directly to you!

NDIS Funding for Exercise Physiology

NDIS funding for Exercise Physiology typically falls under two categories:

"Capacity Building: Improved Daily Living"
"Capacity Building: Improved Health and Wellbeing."

If your NDIS plan includes any of these categories, you have access to an Accredited Exercise Physiologist. Should your current plan not include any of these categories, talk to your support coordinator about making amendments to your plan.


To find out more about NDIS and Exercise Physiology, contact our friendly team today.