Why PT 4 Prehab/Rehab?

  • Motivation
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Stress buster
  • Overcome plateaus
  • Health benefits
  • Mental health
  • Injury prevention
  • Invest in yourself

Health Benefits

  • Healthy bones, muscles & joints
  • Reduce risk of high blood pressure
  • Control weight
  • Psychological wellbeing
  • Recover from injury
  • Avoid injury


  • Motivation when you need it!
  • Learn & maintain correct form
  • Safe, supportive environment
  • Training to suit you and your needs

Personal Training for Prehab / Rehab!

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It's an investment in your health and happiness...


Are you recovering from illness or injury?  Take a proactive approach to managing chronic pain and recovery.  Your personal training sessions should be structured to build strength and stability and improve mobility, balance and joint action.  PT is the best way to make your body move like it's designed to and your joints move freely and efficiently. Day to day activities should be a breeze and family outings should be enjoyable. Life is all about getting out and giving it a go!

Correcting daily stresses...

Maybe you can't avoid spending all day hunched over paperwork at your desk or tapping away at the computer.  Sitting contributes to a decrease in mobility as well as anyone or a variety of shoulder, neck, back or hip issues.

An ounce of prevention...

The most common cause of athletic and lifestyle related injuries are caused by overuse or repetitive injuries.  Structured personal training sessions can help correct muscle imbalances and overtraining syndromes.  Your physical state at the time you may have an accident could determine the damage or type of injury you are likely to sustain, impact on the trauma of rehabilitation and your recovery rate.

Changes in health over time mean we all have to take extra care of our bodies and physical health as we age and when injury or illness enter our lives.  Take the first step and call us now.

MargosPT is dedicated to helping you build confidence in a safe and supported environment.  Our personal training mentoring is focused on helping you develop correct form and training techniques to suit you.


What's Stopping You?

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Benefits of Exercise on Illnesses
Are you prepared to alter your lifestyle and do something about your health and fitness?  We all know the benefits of the positive effects of exercise on the cardiorespiratory system, musculoskeletal system, stress levels and body composition.

MargosPT can assist with the management and tretment of the risks of lifestyle diseases through coaching and guidance for healthy eating, weight loss and exercise.

Musculoskeletal Conditions

31% of Australian's suffer from one or more musculoskeletal conditions.  The most common musculoskeletal conditions include osteoarthritis, rehumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis and back pain.


10% of Australian's have asthma as a recurrent, long term condition.


Cancer is a major disease in Australia.  The most common types of cancer are prostate cancer in males and breast cancer in females.

Cardiovascular Disease

Disease of the heart and the blood can be life-threatening disease and can include atherosclerosis and hypertension (cholesterol and high blood pressure).


Diabetes is the fastest growing chronic disease in Australia and 280 Australian adults are being diagnosed every day.


Injury prevention and control are important for good health.  Leisure activities are the most common activities being affected when a person is injured.


Adults at high risk of long term health problems due to high levels of alcohol consumption.  Each year approximately 3000 Australians die as a result of excessive alcohol consumption and around 100,000 people are hospitalised.

Long-term excessive alcohol consumption is associated with heart damage, high blood pressure and stroke, liver disease, cancers of the digestive system, other digestive system disorders (eg stomach ulcers), sexual impotence and reduced fertility, increasing risk of breast cancer, sleeping difficulties, brain damage with mood and personality changes, concentration and memory problems, nutrition-related conditions and risks to unborn babies.

Mental Health

The 2007 National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing found that nearly half (45.5%) of the Australian population aged 16-85 years had experienced an anxiety, affective or substance use disorder at some stage in their lifetime (equivalent to almost 7.3 million people).  In the 12 months prior to interview one in five had mental disorders (equivalent to almost 3.2 million Australians)

Don't put it off anymore!  We are here to help you start on this amazing journey!