132A Bridge Road Richmond VIC 3121

Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiologists deliver exercise-based clinical interventions for a range of different pathological conditions.

Meet our Exercise Physiologist

Our Exercise Physiologists work with patients to rehabilitate following an injury or surgery to restore function and reduce the risk of re-injury. They also work with patients living with chronic disease, offering exercise interventions and equipping each patient to modify their lifestyle and improve their overall health and well-being.

Steph Ryan

Exercise Physiologist

Bachelor of Exercise and sport science, ACU, 2018, Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology, ACU, 2022, Accredited through ESSA

Steph has experience working with a variety of conditions and injuries with a main passion for musculoskeletal and sport specific injuries. Steph continues to work with athletes in the sub-elite level focusing on rehabilitation and athletic performance. Steph now works mainly with adolescents and young adults focusing on athletic development and sports rehabilitation. 

Steph is passionate about sport, particularly the AFL being a Tigers supporter. She spends her weekends playing netball, going on coffee walks or at the MCG.


Clinical Pathway

Thorough assessment
  • Full medical and exercise history
  • Physical examination
  • Biomechanical assessment
  • Review of any test results or recommendations from colleagues
Treatment plan
May include:
  • Exercise prescription
  • Instruction on how to perform each exercise
  • Behaviour change strategies to encourage physical activity and healthy habits
Progress review
  • Compare current results with baseline
  • Modify treatment in light of patient progress