Rebecca Brown BEXSS (AEP, AES) ESSAM
Bec graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2016 and is now an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist. She also has qualification in Strength & Conditioning, Sports Training and Sports Strapping.
Bec will develop personal training and exercise programs for individuals to increase general strength, tone & fitness, assist with athletic training and performance and to improve health management for people with chronic conditions. Rebecca has completed her advanced training in Pilates and reformer equipment and can include these in challenging and complex exercise programs depending on your individual needs and goals.
Bec has a special interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, and also enjoys the complexity of cardiac rehabilitation and other chronic conditions. This year Bec will also continue her work with GPS Rugby Senior Teams where she coordinates the club’s strapping and medical facilities while working with players who require exercise based improved fitness and rehabilitation.
Rebecca’s specialist areas include:
- Exercise program development to improve general health and fitness
- Weight management
- Athlete development (strength & conditioning)
- Lower back & other chronic pain rehabilitation
- Pre & Post-Operative rehabilitation
- Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes management
- Osteoarthritis, Osteopenia, Osteoarthritis and other degenerative conditions
- Cardiac & Pulmonary (ie. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Rehabilitation
- Improving functional strength and balance for elderly patients
- Oncology exercise prescription
Oliver Cooper BClinExPhys (AEP, AES) ESSAM
Oliver is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who graduated from QUT in 2019 having completed a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Upon completion of his degree Oliver began working with the Mt Gravatt Vulture Australian Football Club coordinating their strength and conditioning program for the senior team, as well as providing exercise based rehabilitation for a wide array of sporting injuries for all at the club. Although his main interest lies with sport, Oliver also has experience working in private practice treating individuals with a range of chronic health conditions and disabilities to help them achieve their goals, improve their function, and improve quality of life.
Having alway enjoyed sport Oliver has been involved in a wide variety of activities throughout his high school and university years including; rugby, soccer, Australian rules football, surfing, tennis, volleyball, cricket, swimming, and athletics. Having been continuously immersed sport, Oliver has developed an interest in exercise rehabilitation for sporting injuries, exercise based injury prevention, and post-operative rehabilitation, however he also enjoys working with those recovering from acute neurological conditions (eg. Stroke) and lower back pain.
Book online or phone (07) 3161 2837 to make an appointment.