Lifestyle Clinic (UNSW Medicine)
The Lifestyle Clinic (UNSW Medicine) provides exercise and lifestyle programs for general health and wellbeing. Located at 38 Botany Street, Randwick (Corner of Botany and High Streets), the clinic also specialises in programs for people with chronic disease, injury and disability.
Staff may salary sacrifice the following program fees:
Program: Lifestyle Plus
Lifestyle Plus is a 12 week individual physical activity and lifestyle program for people with poor physical fitness, nutritional habits, posture issues, and/or stress management issues. Lifestyle Plus includes comprehensive health screening assessments plus five one-to-one exercise and lifestyle consultations.
There is a strong focus on self-empowerment and self-management, and with an emphasis on home-based exercise programs, Lifestyle Plus eliminates the need for you to use a gym. The scientifically-based programs and friendly university-trained staff listen to what you want and support you in getting there.
|Lifestyle Plus Brochure (PDF)||Lifestyle & Wellbeing Report Brochure (PDF)|
Program: Strength Clinic
The Strength Clinic is a fully equipped facility comprising specialised strength training and rehabilitation equipment for persons with medical issues or who have been identified to be at risk of a fall. The 12 week clinical program is designed to the individual and is supervised one-to-one by Exercise Physiologists. The clinic treats:
- osteoporosis & osteoarthritis
- diabetes & other insulin resistance disorders (PCOS, Dysmetabolic Syndrome)
- Poor mobility &/or balance (Falls history or risk)
- cancer (current breast & prostate cancer research)
- Neurological & Neuromuscular Disorders (Parkinson's Disease & Multiple Sclerosis)
Program: Chronic Disease Management (CDM)
Our exercise and lifestyle consultations are aimed at improving the quality of life for people with chronic disease and complex illness. Conclusive evidence shows that exercise and lifestyle changes are an integral therapy in the management of various conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer (this service can be claimable through Medicare).
Salary sacrifice deductions will cease once a staff member takes Leave Without Pay or resigns from the University. In such cases, the staff member will need to make separate arrangements either to make payments or to pay the balance of their membership directly to the Lifestyle Clinic.
There is no administration charge for salary packaging Lifestyle Clinic (UNSW Medicine) programs.
Note: Salary Sacrifice option is only available to UNSW employees and not to family members.
For further information contact the UNSW Medicine Lifestyle Clinic on (02) 9385 3352 or http://www.lifestyleclinic.net.au.
How can I obtain more information?
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