What is Exercise Physiology?
Exercise Physiology aims to prevent or manage acute, sub-acute or chronic disease or injury and assist in restoring physical function and health through exercise intervention.
An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) has completed a 4 year university degree. This allows them to work as a qualified allied health professional, equipped with the knowledge and skills to deliver safe and effective exercise prescription for people with cardiovascular, metabolic, neurological, musculoskeletal, kidney, respiratory, mental health and other conditions.
KB Exercise Physiology provides a range of highly effective exercise rehabilitation, assessing the patient’s needs and then designing an appropriate exercise program.
Katherine is passionate about promoting an active lifestyle and healthy living by empowering individuals to become responsible for their own health. Injuries can
be addressed, allowing a patient to exercise accordingly.
KB Exercise Physiology was established in 2007 by Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Katherine Bissett. After completing her university degree and returning home to Swan Hill Katherine was well aware that Swan Hill had few options available for individuals with injuries to exercise safely. Katherine succeeded in helping
individuals enjoy healthy living by becoming more active and so KB Exercise Physiology was born.
KB Exercise Physiology has expanded over the years, initially beginning in a single small room at a medical clinic. Katherine is now based in her own private practice, designed to offer individuals a unique exercise experience. The huge range of equipment and Katherine’s expertise in exercise rehabilitation offers patients a private setting with an individualised approach to their injury management.
KB Exercise Physiology strongly believes that exercise therapy should be available to individuals of all ages, regardless of ability, injury and previous exercise experience.
What we do best!
KB Exercise Physiology treats a range of conditions including (but not limited to):
Osteoarthritis of the knee, hip, shoulder and spine
Pre and post total joint replacement
Chronic lower back pain
Pelvic floor / core strengthening
Pregnancy / postnatal period
MS / Parkinson’s Disease
Weight loss programs
And much more!
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, KB Exercise Physiology offers both Telehealth (video/audio) services in addition to face-to-face consultations within the practice.
Is it becoming more difficult to perform normal activities at home?
Has your weight gradually increased over the years?
Do you prefer to exercise privately without the hype of a gym setting?
Are you having trouble keeping up with your children/ grandchildren?
All of these questions often lead to patients attending KB Exercise Physiology. Katherine enjoys helping people succeed in improving their quality of life through exercise and attaining their goals.
Group Exercise Classes
Let's do this together!
KB Exercise Physiology offers are wide range of group classes, each thoughtfully tailored so that there is something for everyone.
Due to COVID-19, KB Exercise Physiology is offering a range of online virtual exercise classes. Check our booking page for further information.
Classes within the practice include:
KB Fit & Fab 50+ ** currently offered
KB Strong Bones (Falls Prevention) ** currently offered
KB Lunch Break (Strong Women)
KB Mixed Exercise Class
KB Virtual HIIT class (zoom)
KB Virtual Strength class (zoom)
Get in touch
B.App.Sci (Human Movement)
Grad Dip (Exercise Rehabilitation)
KB Exercise Physiology
A: 107 McCallum Street, Swan Hill 3585
M: 0418 775 312