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Faith Cochrane (AEP)

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Faith is an experienced Exercise Physiologist dedicated to the improvement of each person’s physical wellbeing. Faith has practiced as an Exercise physiologist at: Valley Road Medical Centre, Tasmania; Your Path to Health, Tasmania; and Sport and Spinal Physiotherapy Practice in Nambour. Faith is a people person and is a warm and approachable clinician who prides herself in helping others towards an active and pain free lifestyle. Faith is passionate about Functional Range Conditioning and joint mobility techniques to target improvements in musculoskeletal injuries. Faith designs and delivers personalized exercises programs for a wide range of chronic injuries and health conditions. Specific areas of interest are the management of Hip and Knee musculoskeletal issues. 

 

Faith also delivers the award-winning evidence-based exercise programme for osteoporosis -  ONERO (TM). To enquire about joining this class please click here.

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Dr Sven Rees (PhD, AEP)

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Sven is an experienced Exercise Physiologist with over 20 years of experience. Sven is the Director of Exercise Matters and Noosa Mind & Body Allied Health Hub. Sven holds a PhD in Exercise Physiology from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Sven has worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at the New South Wales Institute of Sport, as a Sports Scientist at the Sydney Academy of Sport, and as an Exercise Physiologist in his own practice. In addition, Sven has lectured in Exercise Physiology units at a number of universities. As a clinician, Sven has worked with a wide range of individuals: from Olympians, elite sporting teams through to individuals with chronic diseases.

Sven also delivers the award-winning evidence-based exercise programme for osteoporosis -  ONERO (TM). To enquire about joining this class please click here.

Carl Thistlethwayte

Dr Carl Thistlethwayte

(BSc, MChiro, FASLM, Dip. IBLM, CFMP, CHWC)

Dr Carl Thistlethwayte is a Bone Densitometry Technologist. Carl enjoyed  13 years of “hands on” clinical practice as a chiropractor prior to retiring due to a chronic repetitive strain injury in 2019. Since then he has perused a career in lifestyle medicine, health coaching and academia and has worked for 3  years as a sessional lecturer in applied clinical nutrition at Central Queensland University. Carl adopts a person-centered,  coach approach to support clients in co-designing health goals to facilitate sustainable health behavior changes in conjunction with their exercise physiology prescriptions.