- Diploma of Health Science
- Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science
- Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology
- Accredited Exercise Physiologist and a full member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
Megan Jepson is a highly credentialed exercise physiologist at Physioworks Health Group, who specialises in exercise assessment and the prescription of:
- Musculoskeletal injuries and conditions, including chronic back pain
- Sport specific conditioning, particularly netball, football & swimming
- PCOS, pregnancy and post-natal health
- Geriatric populations for general de-conditioning, high falls risk and chronic conditions
Megan has a passion and desire for seeing people reach their ultimate goal, whether that be to fit into that size 10 dress or to finally be pain free, as she firmly believes “that a little bit of exercise can help everybody”.
Megan Jepson is the current sports trainer for the Koo Wee Rup Football Club; a former sport trainer for the Dandenong Stingrays (AFL Under 18’s) and an active netball participant.
Megan Jepson is available for Exercise Physiology consultation at Physiowork Cranbourne clinic on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; and at Physioworks Pakenham clinic on Monday mornings.
Megan Jepson also works as a Research Assistant for Monash University in the Department of Community Emergency Health and Paramedic Practice, currently assisting on a number of research projects, including a major Physiotherapy project – ‘How does anthropometrics, posture and muscle function differ for women with and without shoulder and neck pain/dysfunction?’
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Posted by 9 News on Wednesday, 19 October 2016