Welcome to iNform Health Magill
When you need to restore your mobility and use natural ways to reduce pain, come and visit us at iNform Health Magill.
In fact, the first thing you’ll experience when you come to iNform Health at Magill, is that you’ll always be greeted by your Exercise Physiologist, who will have planned a session of movement and strength exercises, just for you.
They’ll always be by your side, helping you gradually build or rebuild strength and mobility, which is the key to helping your body reduce pain.
iNform Health Magill contact details
500 Magill Road
Magill, South Australia, 5072
Ph: (08) 8431 2111
Meet one of the founders of iNform Health and Fitness Solutions, Max Martin,
who will take you on a short, introductory tour of iNform Health Magill.
We offer the following services at Magill
You can break free from the limitations imposed by pain, reduced mobility, and many chronic health conditions, by following a carefully prescribed and guided exercise program.
When you choose to have Personal Training at iNform Health & Fitness Solutions, you’ll benefit from the very latest in evidence-based training techniques resulting in strength & fitness with less effort and risk of injury.
Small group classes supervised by one of our Exercise Physiologists. You’ll get the care and support you need with individual exercise programs specific to your goals.
The team delivering this service
Principal Exercise Physiologist
Senior Exercise Physiologist
Senior Exercise Physiologist
Do you have off-street parking?
We have ample parking at our Magill exercise physiology clinic that you can access off of Magill Road and Bryant Road. On the rare occasion these car parks are full, there is plenty of parking on Bryant Road.
Are you accessible via public transport?
Our Magill exercise physiology clinic is within 20 metres of stop 17 Magill Road. The bus routes that service this are 106, 861, 863F, and 864F.
Does your clinic have disability friendly access?
Yes, our Magill clinic has level access to the clinic and facilities. Our team of exercise physiologists are trained and qualified to work under the NDIS and often work with people with disabilities (both physical and intellectual). We are also very happy to assist with the coordination of transport to and from our clinics.
What facilities do you have?
At our Magill exercise physiology clinic, which we share with Move for Better Health allied health professionals, we provide personal showers and change rooms, and multiple toilet facilities. We also provide spacious waiting areas and limit the number of clients in our gym area to minimise crowding. For your convenience we also provide filtered water and fresh towels for your exercise physiology training sessions.
Do I have to commit to a single clinic?
Absolutely not. We offer exercise physiology services at our three clinics. Because our Exercise Physiologists often work at multiple clinics, it is not uncommon for our clients to see us at more than one clinic (sometimes at all 3!). Our frontline team at each of the clinics can book you in at any location.
Do your fees change across the different clinics?
Our pricing is consistent for our three locations for all our exercise physiology, personal training and group services. For more information on our costs, please visit the exercise physiology or personal training services page.
Can I see you under a referral from my GP?
Yes. We can see you if you have a Medicare or DVA referral. The Medicare EPC program entitles eligible people up to five subsidised sessions through Medicare for treatment of a chronic condition. Eligibility for this program is at the discretion of your GP.
If you currently have a chronic condition such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, arthritis or osteoporosis you may be eligible. You are in good hands with iNform Health & Fitness Solution’s Exercise Physiologists because we will work closely with your GP and your other health professionals to ensure that you have the best quality of care.
What is an Exercise Physiologist?
Our accredited exercise physiologist (AEP, or EP) are Allied Health professionals who specialise in the use of exercise to help patients get fitter and healthier.
Exercise physiologists undergo four years of university training plus ongoing accreditation requirements, qualifying them to be able to treat clients with medical conditions through exercise prescription and rehabilitation plans, such as arthritis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic and persistent pain, cancer and depression and can help you find the best way to exercise and take charge of these so that you can focus on living your life.