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Exercise Physiologists oversee the analysis, improvement and maintenance of health and fitness; rehabilitation of heart disease and other chronic diseases and disabilities.


Our Exercise Physiologists can assist you in overcoming persistent pain and dysfunction due to both acute and chronic injury.

Chronic Disease Management

Chronic diseases affect your health for substantial periods of time. This can affect your quality of life and can create limitations and disability’s. 


Types of chronic conditions can include:

  • Cancer.

  • Cardiovascular Disease.

  • Diabetes.

  • Neurological disorders. 


  • Osteoarthritis management and prevention.

  • Overcoming persistent pain caused by injury or overuse.

  • Improve your heart health.

  • Rehabilitate following a cardiac event.

  • Neurological disorders – including stroke/MS/Parkinson disease. 

  • Assist in in controlling your diabetes.

  • Prevent pre-diabetes from progressing to full diabetes.

  • Improve your recovery following cancer treatment.

  • Biomechanics / gait re-training 



Have you recently had a fall or a sports injury?


Focus IPM uses a unified approach to assist each patient to function at their optimal level. Focus IPM incorporates whole person medicine whilst taking into account the importance of lifestyle. We have built a reputation on a vast array of services whilst taking a holistic approach to both mental, physical health and wellbeing. 


Focus IPM will be able to assist you in creating a tailored wellness plan that is unique your needs and will endeavour to make your physical and mental health a priority by providing the best quality care available.


Rehabilitation services include:

  • Health and wellbeing.

  • Improve mobility.

  • Core strengthening and back care management 

  • Falls prevention and developing biomechanics 

  • Gait Analysis and implementation of corrective exercises 


Occupational Health

Do you have injuries in your workplace? Are these injuries costing your business time and money? 

We can design an injury prevention model tailored for your workplace to identify tasks and behaviours that influence the risk of an injury. This can allow your business to reduce the cost of workplace injuries in a proactive way to assist in maximise your profit margin on your bottom line. 

Leigh has over 15 years experience working with large & small companies to assist in refining their workforce/workplace risky tasks and behaviours with the aim of reducing the exposure to injury. 


Shockwave Therapy

Do you need to get back to your regular activities after a injury? Fast track the recovery of injuries using shockwave therapy.

Shockwave Therapy or Radial Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) can provide patients with a treatment for a range of conditions such as chronic tendon injuries; for example Achilles tendinitis or tennis elbow. These conditions can be problematic to resolve.


Shockwave Therapy produces a high amplitude wave frequency that travels through the skin to stimulate tissue repair and creates pain relief; it is a safe and non- invasive therapy.

Shockwave Therapy has a number of roles in treating musculoskeletal disorders which allows for the immediate improvement of symptoms. In combination with other treatment, Shockwave Therapy can significantly provide a positive result for clients in treating chronic injuries.


Patients typically require approx. 4-5 treatments. and usually have an immediate improvement in pain levels following treatment. The treatment provides not only symptom relief but treats the musculoskeletal pathology and can allow patients to return to activity sooner compared to traditional conservative treatments.

We do provide patients with tailored strengthening exercises. This will be provided by your practitioner who specialises in tendon rehabilitation.


There have been numerous studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of Shockwave Therapy. Evidence based research suggests that up to 80% of patients experienced a successful result following Shockwave Therapy treatment for tendon injuries.

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