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Active Age is not a gym or a fitness studio, we offer a range of specialist allied health service through individual and group programs. We work in collaboration with you, your General Practitioner and Specialists to get you the best result.

Our Allied Health Professionals include:

  • Physiotherapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Podiatrist
  • Dietician
  • Exercise Physiologist


DieticianOur Dieticians will help motivate and support you to make positive, healthy nutritional choices. They can assist in rehabilitation following surgery.
PhysiotherapistOur Physiotherapists will assist you in determining the underlying causes of pain in the bones, muscles or joints and will work with you in developing a program to manage and prevent further issues. Physiotherapy can assist with conditions such and back and neck pain, muscular pain, rehabilitation after injury, neuromuscular conditions such as Parkinsons and Stroke.
Exercise PhysiotherapistOur Exercise Physios will design an exercise program for you to improve your strength and range of motion. They will assist in helping you to reach your physical goals and improve general fitness.
PodiatristSpecialising in the diagnosis and treatment of lower leg and foot conditions. Our podiatrists will treat conditions such as corns, calluses, ingrown toenails, hardened nails, tendonitis and other affects of disease.
Occupational TherapyOur Occupational Therapist will assist in helping you to retain the ability to perform your daily tasks in the home or at work. They will also assist with physical and cognitive changes that happen as we age.

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Thomas Holt,
1-25 Acacia Road, Kirrawee


(02) 9525 3000



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