At Platinum Physio, our holistic and evidence based approach to your health and fitness includes a broad range of Physio-supervised Gym services.

Physio-supervised Gym is most effective for people wishing to return to regular activity and exercise after medical or surgical intervention, to keep active in the long term, and for those with specific conditions where exercise is essential for recovery.

Enjoy the Platinum experience

Our suite of Physio-supervised gym services provides an enjoyable way to exercise and optimize your physical potential in a relaxed, social environment. Take advantage of our range of on-site gym facilities, including:

  • Large gym floor space
  • Cardio equipment, including treadmills, weights and exercise bikes
  • Range of strength training equipment, Pilates apparatus and Whole Body Vibration Therapy.


Physio-supervised benefits

Your Platinum Physiotherapist provides an initial assessment, an important first step to determine which of the treatment options is most appropriate for you.

You will be guided through your exercise plan, either in a 1:1 setting, small or in a larger group session.

1:1 and small group sessions

Your Platinum Physiotherapist will provide you with more specific and detailed attention to improve your condition and to assist you in reaching your health goals.

Large group sessions

A vibrant, popular gym session focusing on bone and muscle strength, flexibility and endurance. This involves a group warm up, stretches and strength training, followed by your individually tailored circuit so you can achieve your own personal goals.

During these sessions, your Platinum Physiotherapist will modify and progress your program and provide education and treatment to ensure you exercise safely, correctly and effectively.

Rehabilitation and Prevention

Physio-supervised Gym is an extremely beneficial method of rehabilitation after any form of orthopaedic surgery. It is also suitable in managing and preventing

  • Osteoporosis or Arthritis
  • Heart or respiratory problems
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke or Parkinson’s Disease
  • Polio or MS
  • Pain
  • Feeling weak or under-conditioned