what we do

We combine our specialist skills in exercise, occupational and physiotherapy to support your needs throughout your health journey.

Exercise Therapy

Exercise Therapy also known as Exercise Physiology, helps individuals living with chronic conditions live better through the treatment of exercise prescription using evidence-based research. Our team are all professionally AEP’s (Accredited Exercise Physiologists) trained to deliver a safe and effective exercise program to match your goals.  

Exercise Physiology is the science of using anatomy and physiology in combination with other behaviour change techniques to reach the goals that they want to be able to achieve. This can be both physically or mentally. Exercise or movement is the primary modality used to assist in treating a range of conditions

who is exercise therapy suitable for?

We help treat people from 2 – 100 years old who want to live their best life.

  • Arthritis (rheumatoid, osteoarthritis, psoriatic)
  • Heart disease (atrial fibrillation, CABGs)
  • Stroke hypertension
  • Obesity
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • Emphysema
  • COPD
  • Chronic pain
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Schizophrenia
  • PTSD
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Acquired brain injury
  • Pre and post operative rehabilitation
  • Lower back pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • PCOS and the list goes on and on..
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All MET Phys Occupational Therapists are University trainined and registered with the Allied Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is about supporting all individuals and their abilities so that they can engage in activities they love. Our team will empower you to do just that, we take a collaborative approach so you can take coordinated steps in your therapy to meet your goals. 

We offer services for all ages and abilities
  • Home modification assessment
  • Equipment prescription
  • Home therapy program
  • Sensory programs
  • Case management
  • Training in adaptive techniques for daily activities
  • Falls prevention

We offer many more services, please contact us about additional therapy and intervention services.

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Physiotherapy is all about getting your body moving right. Whether it be after surgery or before.. Recovering from an injury and being active for life! Physiotherapy isn’t just about hands on treatment for one thing, it is rather a menu of treatment options. Physiotherapists at MET Phys will use a range of treatment modalities from hands on, dry needling, movement, breathing, reformer pilates and so on..
who is physiotherapy suitable for?

EVERYONE who wants to be better whether that be faster, move better, less pain or just play with the grandkids.. anyone can use a physiotherapist.

  • Women’s health – pelvic floor assessments (internal and external)
  • Chronic pain assessment and education
  • Not sure what you’ve done and need a diagnosis to get you moving right again? See our physio’s to get back on track
  • Pre/Post surgery
  • Pain, back pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, Pain
  • Neurological based conditions
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Group Classes

Our group sessions aim to provide clients with a sense of belonging and companionship. Each session is approximately 45 minutes in duration and varies to suit the fitness and capability levels of the class. Offered on all days of the week from Monday – Friday.

This class uses a combination of moderate intensity interval training and resistance training to help control blood pressure, blood sugar levels, work on reconditioning and improve cardiovascular function.

7:00 AM Tuesday, Thursday & Friday

7:30 AM Monday

7:00 AM Friday

9:00 AM Friday

9:30 AM Friday Crows Nest

The functional fitness class which uses strength training to help those with osteopenia, osteoporosis, sarcopenia or those wanting improvements in strength.

8:00 AM Tuesday & Wednesday

8:30 AM Monday

2:00 PM Wednesday

5:00 PM Monday

5:00 PM Thursday HIIT

A mobility based class, great for those getting back into exercise, starting exercise, chronic pain or reduced mobility. Aimed at those with lower back pain, knee pain, arthritis and falls risk clients.

11:00 AM Wednesday

A great non weight bearing form of exercise in the pool, great for those with arthritis, pre or post operative rehab and chronic pain.

11:15 AM Friday Crows Nest

12:00 PM Tuesday


what to know before booking a class

While we would love to have as many people join our classes, bookings are essential and are maxed out at 8 participants per class. This not only helps our team ensure each individual is supported in class, but provides a clean and safe environment for all to enjoy. 

New to MET Phys? Firstly welcome, we can’t wait to start this journey with you. However, before we can book you into one of our classes, you must have a pre-screening before attending. This will tell us which areas to focus on and which exercises to avoid.

If at anytime you don’t feel comfortable, please let one of our team know.

You can book in for an initial screening on 07 4599 3165

upcoming programs & group sessions

Amputee Support Group

next support group in
Time: 5 - 7 PM
date: March 8, 2022

Join our Amputee Support Group every 2nd Tuesday of every month from 5 – 7 PM at our Highfields clinic.

My Health For Life Program

starting april
date: april 30, 2022

Take part in a free six-month program that focuses on making healthy choices and creating a positive lifestyle change. 

Amputee Support Group

next support group in
Time: 2 - 4 PM
date: February 22, 2022

Join our Amputee Support Group every 4th Tuesday of every month from 2 – 4 PM at our Highfields clinic.

Exercise Right for Active Ageing

Last ever intake ends on
date: March 15, 2022

Back again for the last time in March 2022, our Active Ageing Program is ready to help individuals aged 65+ reach their goals.

Amputee Education Program

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Our 100% free Amputee Education Program is open for enrolment for amputees who are ready to take control of their health.