WHY CHOOSE US
Quality Assessment of your fitness, health and function
Quality Exercise Prescription
Workshops and education
At Enitor, we want people to live a fulfilling and happy life. We help people achieve this through exercise prescription that promotes good health and optimal performance. Health is the vehicle that allows you to achieve anything in life. That next trophy, that next adventure, that return to occupation cannot be achieved if your health, performance and well-being are compromised.
hi i’m candice
Candice is the founder of Enitor Exercise Physiology and has been specialising in movement function, athlete performance and occupational rehabilitation for 15 years. Candice is also the Accredited Exercise Physiologist for the World Surf League and works closely with Surfing Queensland and other Surfing Organisations.
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“I am really passionate about helping people perform better through improved movement and integration. Strength, fitness, power, etc…it all comes together after good function has been established. I have a very strong postural approach because of this. I also look at how the body is functioning as a ‘whole’ and investigate movement patterns, respiratory patterns, stability patterns etc”.
I guess one of the benefits I have as a practitioner, is that I am not detached from the demands of being a high-performance athlete. I have medalled at World Championships. I know what it takes to be the best. All of the strategies, the planning, the goals, the tricks of the trade, these are tools that I provide athletes in addition to specific exercise training”.
Junior Athlete Development
female Athlete Development
injury recovery and rehabilitation
injury prevention & athlete screening
female health & athletic performance
return to work rehabilitation
what is an AEP
What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist
AEPs have completed at least 4 years of University education in Sport and Exercise Science or Human Movement. “Accredited’ means that the Exercise Physiologist is recognised and registered with the National Governing Body ESSA (Exercise and Sport Science Australia). To be registered with ESSA, Exercise Physiologists undergo strict continued learning and development requirements and accreditation processes.
Exercise Physiologists learn about ALL the systems in the body – the respiratory system, the cardiovascular system, the endocrine system, the muscular system, the nervous system, etc. We then learn about how we can influence these systems through exercise to improve health, function and performance.