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Exercise physiologists develop programs for patients for the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of chronic medical conditions. They can also provide advanced injury prevention and exercise programming advice.
Graduates work alongside other health professionals in hospitals and private practice, providing Medicare services in exercise therapy.
As a student, you have access to the latest industry equipment in biomechanics, motor control, exercise physiology and strength conditioning laboratories, and in QUT Health Clinics.
Complete more than 500 hours of clinical placement for valuable work experience that prepares you for the transition to employment.
Graduates are eligible for professional membership of Exercise and Sports Science Australia as an accredited exercise physiologist.