Living Well With Diabetes Program

True North Wellness is running group diabetes sessions that are coordinated and supervised by our Accredited Exercise Physiologists. These exercise sessions are tailored to the level of each participant to allow graded conditioning.

INCLUDED IN THIS PROGRAM

  • An individual assessment by our exercise physiologists
  • Eight 45 minute group exercise sessions (Small group numbers allow friendly interaction and individualised support)
  • This program is bulk billed through Medicare for Type 2 diabetic patients referred by your GP.

PROGRAM COST

*Bulk billed only when referred by GP via the referral form attached below (available to all Medicare customers with type 2 diabetes

Benefits of exercise for type 2 diabetes

Exercise can;
- Help prevent or delay T2DM
- Improve management of blood glucose
- Decrease the proportion of body fat
- Decrease the risk of heart disease
- Increase heart and lung fitness in people with T2DM

Improved blood glucose management often means people can reduce their T2DM medications. As people with diabetes age, the benefit of maintaining muscle mass through exercise is also likely to improve physical function and independence.

Read more at https://exerciseright.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Exercise-Right-Factsheet-Diabetes.pdf

PROGRAM COST

*Bulk billed only when referred by GP via the referral form attached below (available to all Medicare customers with type 2 diabetes

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