Physical rehabilitation and wellbeing services

Rehabilitation services designed to help you recover from physical injuries and improve wellbeing.

Targeting all aspects of health and wellbeing is important for recovery. Our team of exercise physiologists and staff are here to support you through a range of services. 

Service-related physical injuries can significantly impact quality of life if left untreated. If you have an acute or chronic injury, our exercise physiologists (EP) and liaison officers can provide tailored programs that will meet your needs and support you through recovery. 

We offer group and individual sessions with qualified exercise physiologists, trauma-informed yoga and Pilates, and various wellbeing activities, including cycling and adaptive sports. We have regular outdoor activities, that combine physical activity and mindfulness, to help improve both health and mental wellbeing. Our programs are also available for family members to ensure the entire family is supported. 

To speak with us confidentially about joining Mates4Mates and accessing our physical rehabilitation and wellbeing services, get in touch below. 

My physical health, strength and overall well-being has improved significantly. I have also grown as a person and learned a lot along this journey.”

Trevor
Veteran, QLD
Mates4Mates physical rehabilitation and wellbeing services

Frequently asked questions

Yes, you will need a GP referral to book exercise physiology appointments. However, you can access other physical rehabilitation and wellbeing services without a referral, including trauma-informed yoga, group PT classes, cycling and more.

If you have a physical injury as a direct result of your military service, you can register to become a Mate to access our services. Our staff are here to help you find services that are right for you. 

There are a variety of reasons to see an exercise physiologist, including if you have an injury, are in chronic pain and unsure how to manage it, you are pre or post-surgery or have a chronic disease among other things. If you are unsure about how you are moving or feel like improvements can be made, an exercise physiologist can assist with movement assessments and give you feedback and strategies moving forward.

At Mates4Mates, our exercise physiologists will take time to learn about your health history and any injuries you’ve previously had or are currently dealing with. They will develop a plan to help you recover or learn to adapt to an injury. This will involve making lifestyle modifications such as changes to physical, mental and dietary behaviours.

Get in touch

To find out more about joining Mates4Mates, accessing services or supporting our cause, fill out our form or call 1300 4 MATES (62 837) during business hours.