Exercise physiologist performs rehab services for serious illnesses, disabilities, or health-related conditioning. They are generally working at hospitals and physical rehabilitation clinics. This occupation is extremely people-oriented, as they exist to be with their patients during each step of their treatment. They examine the physical conditions of their patient, evaluate their concerns, and think of a personalized plan for treatment to help the sufferer better their health.
To become an exercise physiologist, you typically need either a bachelor’s or a master’s degree in Exercise Science or related field, such as Human Kinetics, Exercise Science, or Kinesiology.
An Exercise Physiologist is a university trained professional who specialises in health and fitness. An Exercise Physiologist often works in collaboration with other health professionals to tailor an individual exercise program to meet the needs of the client.
An Exercise Physiologist can work in a variety of settings depending on the preference of the client. For example, sessions may be based in a gym, at home, or in a hydrotherapy pool. Sessions can be one-on-one or in a small group (less than 10 people).
Specialized techniques based on intense exercise will be taught so that the employee will be able to provide individualized programming to clients with the goal...