26 March 2019
Do you struggle to exercise? Is it too hard to find the time to exercise when working shifts? Your job is pretty physical, doesn't that count?
Allocating time for exercise is good for more than just your waistline. The right form of exercise can help to mitigate and treat other health conditions.
We know committing to exercise is easier said than done. So, if you need help fitting workouts into your busy shift schedule, an Exercise Physiologist can help.
Don’t sweat it. See a Physiologist.
An Exercise Physiologist can help you improve your overall health. They also support patients by treating medical conditions through exercise.
Don’t mistake having a gym membership or a personal trainer as enough. An Exercise Physiologist understands the human body and the benefits that exercise can have on it – for all parts, mentally and physically.
They know how to use exercise to improve the musculoskeletal system, as well as the cardiovascular and endocrine systems. Exercise is used as both prevention and rehabilitation methods.
From Pilates to gym-based exercise routines, an Exercise Physiologist can assist with treating all types of conditions including obesity, arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, depression, asthma and cardiovascular diseases, as well as many other conditions.
At Police Health, we’ve included Exercise Physiology into our cover because moving our bodies correctly is extremely important for all of us in the force. Through exercise physiology, you’ll learn how to develop new and healthy exercise habits.
These specialists can also work with Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Podiatrists to offer added advice and support to help you maintain great health.
With our Gold Combined and Rolling Extras cover, you have full access to specialist exercise experts.*
Discover the power of moving.
*Subject to Waiting Periods and other conditions.