Exercise Physiology


Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiologists are university trained exercise and movement specialists.
They use movement as medicine to treat a vide variety of chronic and acute health conditions.

Our exercise Physiologists are extremely experienced and well qualified
to help you manage your health needs through appropriate exercise therapy.

You may be eligible for free exercise therapy via Medicare and DVA benefits.
Health fund rebates may also be available.
No referral is needed for private sessions.

Exercise therapy involves:

  • Individual health and fitness assessment
  • Individual exercise program tailored to your personal health needs based on your assessment
  • One-on-one personal exercise sessions working on your clinical needs

Exercise physiology may help you improve:

  • Strength
  • Aerobic fitness
  • Exercise technique
  • Posture
  • Weight loss, weight management, body composition
  • Mobility and balance

Exercise physiology is suitable for those with:

  • Arthritis
  • Back pain
  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Rehabilitation from injury
  • Rehabilitation post surgery
  • No exercise experience

Services offered by our Exercise Physiologists include:

  • Individualised one-on-one exercise programs
  • Health checks
  • Group exercise classes

Move with a mate:
Our experienced exercise physiologist will lead you and a friend through a personalised exercise session tailored to your health needs, injuries and movement dysfunctions.

Be smart, move well!

Alex Bate

Alex Bate

Exercise Physiologist
Alex Bate
Exercise Physiologist
Having been a resident of the Hornsby area for over 20 years, Alex has spent much of his time in private practice, striving to improve the health of the Hornsby and surrounding community thorough exercise.

Alex has vast experience treating war veterans and providing safe and effective exercise to people with a wide range of needs and physical abilities.

He has a particular interest in strength and conditioning, Improving the health of people with chronic disease and pain, as well as treating lower back pain and improving core strength.

Before becoming an Exercise Physiologist, Alex worked in retail pharmacy, where he expanded his knowledge of medications and over-the-counter supplements.

During his time off, Alex is often still at the gym lifting weights, or navigating one of Sydney’s mountain bike trails.

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Deb Eveniss

Deb Eveniss

Exercise Physiologist
Deb Eveniss
Exercise Physiologist
Deb joins the DMP team with her Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology.  Having worked in the sport and fitness industry for 6 years as a personal trainer, Deb has developed a keen interest towards female health, and “healthy aging”.
Her pull towards to becoming an Exercise Physiology comes from her belief that “movement is medicine”, and desires for every person to enjoy all the benefits that healthy moving can bring.  Deb is eager to show you what you can do, and is there to support clients through exercise programs specifically built for the individual at hand.

Deb has a strong sporting background, having played in high level cricket, and more recently football (soccer), which has helped her in her experience with sports specific training and rehabilitation.

In her spare time, you might see Deb running ParkRun (usually at Galston, in the beautiful Fagan Park) or organising the morning run as a run director for the course. Deb also continues to play football on the weekends, and once the season is over, will take up trail running, bushwalking with her extremely active kids and husband.


Consultation information

Initial Consult
(Home exercise program Included)

Standard Consult
(one on one)

Dual Session – 2 Participant session
(Move with a mate)

Health and Fitness check

Group Session – Up to 8 Participants