Clinics and Classes

Home Visits

Available from Tweed Heads to Beenleigh

Why book a home visit?

Enjoy the benefits of a home visit from an Atkins Health expert practitioner.

Whether you prefer the privacy of your own home to one of our clinics, are looking to save time, or struggling with lack of mobility or transport, a home visit can be beneficial in multiple ways. Our team members will bring any equipment needed for your training sessions such as weights, bands, steps and more, and follow strict COVID-related protocols.

All home visits are 45 minutes in duration, and available from Tweed Heads in northern NSW to Beenleigh on the northern side of the Gold Coast.


With no travelling required or needing to find parking, you’ll love the time you can save.


We know it’s hard juggling a busy schedule, home visits allows you to select your own session times, from 6am-6pm, five days per week


You won’t just save time, but on parking fees and fuel too!


If you have a permanent disability, or are experiencing temporary limitations pre or post-operation, home visits can take the inconvenience out of transportation


If you are immuno-compromised, or unable to vaccinate from viruses, a home visit avoids the need to visit a public facility

Working hours

All home visits are 45 minutes in duration


Why Choose Exercise Physiology Home Visits?

Exercise physiology home visits are an invaluable resource for many people. They provide personalised support and care in the home environment, which allows you to access tailored services from our highly qualified and experienced team. Home visits also provide a safe space for families to open up to our health experts about any concerns they have, thereby allowing our team to offer emotional as well as practical support. In addition, home visits can be a great way for our team to connect with clients on a deeper level, learning more about their situation and providing more focused treatment.

Discover the Possibilities for Supported Rehabilitation at Home

Home-based rehabilitation from illness or injury can be a great way to recover in the comfort of one’s own home by having access to experts in familiar surroundings. Rehabilitation at home also allows for more freedom; clients are able to choose their own schedule according to what works best for them. It also enables family members or caregivers to get involved with treatment, providing moral support and helping our exercise physiologists to create a plan that is customised to every individual.


WHAT DOES OUR Home Care Offer?

Home visit packages vary depending on the allied health profession involved. Currently we offer exercise physiology at home but soon we will be offering home visits for physiotherapy as well. Our home visits take into consideration an individual’s needs and goals and involve the following steps:

Initial Assessment: Our allied health practitioners will always begin your health journey by conducting an initial assessment. We will start by looking into the client’s medical history, current health status, relevant lifestyle factors, and conduct key tests to set a base before discussing goals and pathways. Sometimes, we call this initial assessment a family consultation, because it can include not just the client, but family members or carers as well, providing the opportunity for questions be asked so that everyone becomes familiar and comfortable with the planned approach to the health and wellness journey.

Goal Setting: Based on this assessment, we will work with the client and family to set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound goals.

Treatment Planning: Our practitioner will develop a treatment plan that is tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals. They will also provide the necessary education needed to progress on this plan. 

Monitoring Progress: We will schedule follow-up sessions to monitor progress, adjust the treatment plan as needed, and provide ongoing support and guidance.


Conditions we work with AT HOME

There are a number of chronic health conditions, as well and neuro rehabilitation including stroke rehabilitation, that we can support in home visits. They include, but are not limited to:
  • Parkinson’s Disease 
  • Multiple Sclerosis 
  • Other neurological conditions (PSP, TBI, Hereditary Spastic Paraparesis, Neuromyelitis Optica, Guillain Barre Syndrome, Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy) 
  • Fibromyalgia 
  • Pulmonary conditions 
  • Type I and Type II Diabetes 
  • Cerebral Palsy 
  • Spina Bifida
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Osteoarthritis 
  • Osteoporosis 
  • Pain management (back, knees, shoulders) 
  • Falls prevention

Home care supports Independent Living

Exercise physiology home visits can assist in reducing the need for assisted living by supporting improved independence. Following are areas of focus for our expert home visits team.

Tailored Exercise Plan and Monitoring: 

  • Our home plans are tailored to an individual’s needs, goals, and abilities and take into consideration any medical condition, physical limitation as well as personal preferences and abilities.
  • Depending on the nature of home care, the exercise plan includes a variety of exercises including cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and flexibility exercises. 

Disease Management 

  • Our home programs can help reduce complications associated with, and help manage, a range of chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and pulmonary disease.
  • They also focus on symptoms like fatigue, pain and shortness of breath.
  • Our team works with your healthcare providers and ensure that the exercise plan is aligned with other treatments and medications. 

Improved Mobility and Function 

  • Depending on the client’s age, ability, and level of fitness, an exercise physiologist can add exercises to their program to help improve mobility, function, and overall quality of life. 
  • The exercise plan takes into consideration that most clients are looking to improve their balance, flexibility, coordination and improve strength.
  • The exercises can also help improve cognitive function and reduce the risk of cognitive decline in older adults.

Preventative Care 

  • Home care programs can help prevent chronic diseases by promoting physical activity and healthy lifestyle.
  • They can help the risk of developing conditions such as type-2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and obesity. 
  • They can help maintain bone density and prevent falls in older adults.
  • Our home care package includes education in healthy lifestyle behaviours, such as nutrition, sleep, and stress management. 

Collaborative Care 

  • One of the biggest advantages of a home care package is that exercise physiologists work closely with other healthcare providers, including doctors, nurses, and therapists to provide comprehensive, and coordinated care. 
  • They can share information and report progress to other providers and work together to modify the treatment plan, as and when needed.
  • Collaborative care improves outcomes, reduces the risk of complication and ensures that the client is receiving the best possible care for their need.
  • Our exercise physiologists also support family members and caregivers with education, helping them understand the plan and how they can collaborate with our team to help their loved ones. 

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