Clinical Exercise Pty Ltd

                                                            About Us

Home About Us Clients Page Referrals Page













The Clinic

The Clinic was purposely built at 76 Stoney Creek Rd in
Upper Beaconsfield and opened in 2009.
It is set in a picturesque environment, offering a relaxed and
welcoming feel; yet has the capacity and equipment to offer
comprehensive scientific health and fitness assessments,
exercise programming and training.

To assist individuals with motivation, compliance,
condition education and to ensure exercises are performed
correctly with a thorough understanding of limits,
contraindications and adverse signs or symptoms the following
services are available;

*Extended Initial Consultation time of 60-90minutes;
*Extended Review Consultations;
*Goal Setting Program;
*Exercise & Goal Journal

Program Options Include;
*Home Based - Self Managed Programs
Supervised & Individual Rehabilitation & Personal Training
Supervised Group Sessions

Treatment Design

All Exercise and Behaviour Modification programs and
treatments are designed based on;

*patient/client conditions and limitations;
*assessment results;
*client and referring practitioner goals;
*evidence based interventions;
*clearly defined objective outcomes; and an
*end goal of patient self-management.

Breila Meek

Medicare Provider No: 4142781F
ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiologist & Exercise Scientist
MApplSci - Clinical Exercise Practice
BApplSci - Sports Coaching & Admin
Cert IV Massage & Remedial Therapies
University Sessional Lecturer/Tutor
Former Australian & AIS Athlete


Exercise Physiology

Accreditation as an Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is gained through
Exercise & Sports Science Australia after firstly being accredited as
an Exercise Scientist.

Accreditation requires both postgraduate studies and extensive
supervised clinical experience across the fields of musculoskeletal; neurological/neuromuscular; cardiorespiratory/metabolic;  mental health,
cancer; and healthy clientele

AEP's understand the complexities of disease and injury aetiology,
epidemiology, pathophysiology and clinical manifestations and treat those conditions proven to benefit from lifestyle and exercise interventions.

The complexities lie in the differing physiological responses, benefits
and risks as a result of physical and medical conditions and history,
comorbidities, medications, age, gender, as well as family predisposed
conditions and lifestyle factors.

Treatment interventions can include a combination of exercise prescription
and programming, biomechanics & ergonomics, nutrition as well as
exercise & behavioural psychology and counselling.


Please send questions to or
Phone:  03 5944 3699 or 0419 134 488.
Referrals can be faxed to 03 5944 3699.

Copyright 2010 Clinical Exercise
Last modified: 05/17/10