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Be Physiology

Mobile exercise Physiology

Dedicated To Your Health And Well Being

Recover. Regain Strength. Return To Being You.

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Your Body Talks, Our Hands Listen. Quality Care From People Who Care.
Movement is our medicine
An exercise physiologist is an allied health professional, who uses exercise as medicine to treat chronic health conditions such as stroke or spinal cord injury.
To put it simply, if you need help on gaining or improving your ability to stand for long enough at the kitchen bench to prepare meals after a car accident, then we can provide the exercise prescription that benefit the neurological and musculo-skeletal systems to make this a reality.
We are here to help people realise the positive power of movement and exercise has over your quality of life and to ultimately change their unhealthy behaviours.

Improving Lives One Activity At Time

KNOW OUR

Key area of practice

With an evidence-based approach, we work with you to build and action a tailored program to reach and go beyond your functional goals.
spinal cord injury specialist
Strategic programming and dedication to rehabilitation have been proven to increase everyday independence.
neurological conditions
Exercise can prevent or delay neuro-degenerative symptoms.
intellectual disabilities
Exercise is crucial for developing kids.
ABOUT US

Be Physiology

At Be Physiology we focus on exercise and movement for the management and improvement of neurological and chronic conditions.
We are one of the few mobile exercise physiology services in Brisbane with extensive expertise in spinal cord injuries and neurological conditions.
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Listen to our Podcast

Slide Ep#8: Stroke [The Diving Bell and the Butterfly] Starring Mathieu Amalric Ep#7: Intellectual Disability & Family [What's Eating Gilbert Grape] Starring Johnny Depp & Leo DiCaprio Ep#5: Autism [Please Stand By] Starring Dakota Fanning Ep#6: MS [100 Meters] Starring Dani Rovera Slide Ep#4: Polio Poliomyelitis Starring Andrew Garfield Ep#3: Muscular Dystrophy [Fundamentals of Caring Starring Paul Rudd Ep#1: Spinal Cord Injury [Penguin Bloom] Starring Naomi Watts Ep#2: Down Syndrome [Peanut Zack Gottsagen] Starring Dani Rovera
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Walter White

manager of good vibes
Being active has taken on a whole new meaning and I am 100% here for it. I like to fink I'm pretty active, and I keep up de vibes during team meetings - just making sure everyone's hands are always moving (across my butt) because I know dat any exercise is good exercise.
I keep close to everyone, real close, just to keep dem on their toes when dey walk by too.
Fings are always better when I am der so if you need some good vibes, I will be der for you.
Brb just going to have a snooze.
Love and licks,
Wally

Brittney Kenward

co-founder / Operations manager
I’m NOT an exercise physiologist, but I do take my hat off to my team and get to admire the work they do each and every day. Be Physiology means that we’re able to apply our passion, and our experience, to make exercise physiology more accessible to the people who need it the most.
You might hear the team describe me as ‘the person who does everything else’, and that can be translated to ‘marketing and operations'. My background is marketing and business, which I’ve lived and breathed since 2011. I’ve worked in both the agency and corporate spaces, across many industries, with many amazing people and now with Be Physiology, I get to explore the health industry further and continue to meet the most incredible people who are the ones to define motivation.
If you’ve met Harry and Aj, you’d know that they don’t really need marketing - they’re genuine, have ridiculous amounts of charisma, knowledgeable, and extremely passionate about helping people to be a better version of themselves. But, sometimes getting an introduction is the hardest part and that’s where I come in.
If you want to chat, a coffee, a laugh, I’m always here to make one or all of them happen.

So call me and let’s keep sharing the love!

Keegan Betts AEP

mobile exercise physiologist
I was drawn to exercise physiology as it encompasses my passions for movement, health and empowering others. As an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, I have gained experience working with people who have a variety of conditions including neurological disabilities, chronic pain, osteoporosis, diabetes and heart disease.
My deep passion is helping people with disabilities to optimize independence through delivering activity-based therapy. I have a special interest in neurological rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injuries. Seeing people empowered and handling daily tasks easier is incredibly rewarding. I enjoy delivering activity-based therapy not only to drive physical adaptation and enhance function, but also to see the benefits towards improving mental health and preventing secondary health conditions.
I know the importance of creating a welcoming and safe environment particularly when improving our health. I strive to ensure everybody I work with feels supported by the team around them and receives the highest level of care.
Get in touch today and let's make it happen

Kristen McCluskey

therapy assistant
If you spend as little as 10 minutes a day exercising, it will still make a huge difference to your overall physical and mental health - this is a fact and it is very often underappreciated! The benefits of exercise don’t discriminate and the rumours are true, exercise is medicine.
Spinal cord injuries, neurological conditions and women’s health are areas I find to be very dynamic and that I am particularly passionate about, but all aspects of exercise physiology are unique and have a significant impact on people’s everyday lives and I want to continue bringing it to those who will benefit the most from it.
Currently, I’m studying a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Queensland alongside being a support worker for people with spinal cord injury and neurological conditions, helping with day-to-day activities and supporting the therapy processes.
If you’re interested in learning more about who I am or want to ask any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch at kristen@bephysiology.com.au.

Charlotte Gill

marketing assistant
My name is Charlotte, and I'm a sports enthusiast currently studying for a marketing degree. Although I am not an exercise physiologist, I have a passion for sports having a background in ski instructing and adaptive skiing. Like the team, I believe exercise is medicine and share a similar passion and values to help and motivate others I meet.
I've been fortunate enough to work globally with a background in event management, ski instructing, administrating, and climbing supervisor. However, working alongside the Be Physiology team as my dream role in marketing is a highlight. If you have had the pleasure of meeting the team, you will know their genuine, funny, knowledgeable, and passionate to help others. These are values that I also pride myself in, and I am so fortunate to be surrounded by like-minded colleagues.

Harry White AEP

co-founder / supervisor
Exercise physiology combines two of my favourite things: health and helping people. As an accredited exercise physiologist with more than six years’ clinical experience, I have treated people presenting with a wide variety of health conditions and concerns, postural issues, chronic injuries and rehabilitation needs.
My expertise is spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders and helping my clients to achieve an improved quality of life through rehabilitation and functional training. Rehabilitation for spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders can be slow but incredibly rewarding for clients when results are achieved, no matter how small. Assisting people through learning useful skills and functional training is the most important role that an EP can play to help people lead a more fulfilled life.
Working for many years with people who have suffered serious injury or live with a disability, I know that taking a proactive approach to your health changes your life. If you care for your body, it will take care of you. I’m passionate about helping people live a long, healthy and active life, so call today.
I’m passionate about helping people live a long, healthy and active life, so call today.

Andrew Morris AEP

co-founder / area manager
My passion is holistic health and guiding people to achieve a healthy lifestyle through functional growth. As an accredited exercise physiologist, I have clinical experience in treating cardiovascular, metabolic, musculoskeletal and neurological conditions and chronic injury.
Specializing in cardiovascular and metabolic conditions and diabetes, I was drawn to these areas after witnessing the wide-ranging benefits and immediate effects that a prescribed exercise physiology program under the guidance of a qualified expert can have.
It’s incredibly rewarding to facilitate the transition from a patient who doesn’t like to exercise to someone who can see the benefits of a targeted exercise program and enjoy a complete lifestyle change for optimal health and wellbeing.
I know that exercise can be intimidating and a chore, but it doesn’t have to be. I will work just as hard to make you laugh as I will work to make you exercise. I’m here to make exercise physiology sessions more enjoyable for my clients by providing an open, welcoming and comfortable environment.
Get in touch today to take control of your health and future.