Hamish has extensive experience in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and chronic disease management and believes strongly in using exercise as medicine to improve people’s health, wellbeing and quality of life.
Hamish completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Wollongong. After gaining valuable experience working as an Exercise Physiologist in clinics throughout South West Sydney, he moved here to the Eurobodalla and founded Eurobodalla Exercise Physiology in 2017.
Hamish works in Batemans Bay Monday-Thursday and at Queen St Medical Centre in Moruya on Fridays.
Amber completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at the University of Wollongong in 2015. Following this, Amber moved back to where she spent her childhood on the South Coast of NSW to put her Exercise Physiology knowledge to practice.
Amber has always had an interest in leading a physically active lifestyle with a particular focus on assisting those who have experienced illness or injury to return to physical activity, work and leisure.
With a growing public awareness around the benefits of clinically prescribed exercise for an extensive list of individuals, Amber looks forward to bringing this approach to those in the Eurobodalla area.
Amber will be works Monday – Friday, Feel free to drop in and say hi!
Aden is a strong believer in exercise and education as medicine for positive health and lifestyle change. To date, Aden has enjoyed working with a variety of people from all walks of life, and is eager to continue to meet and work with new people in the Eurobodalla area.
Aden completed a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology from the University of New South Wales in Sydney. Aden will also be working in the Eurobodalla region in workplace assessment and rehabilitation, as well as further abroad as the performance manager of mobius BridgeLane continental cycling team.
Aden works at the Bateman’s Bay clinic on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s.
Clare Hofsteede, APD
Clare is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist who is passionate about using food and nutrition to improve her clients physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing by translating nutrition science and current evidence in to practical nutrition advice.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (First Class Honours) from the University of Wollongong in 2012, Clare has spent a number of years working in hospitals and community health centres in the Eurobodalla area, gaining valuable experience in the dietetic management of a range of health conditions.
Clare has extensive experience in medical nutrition therapy in the areas of nutrition for the elderly, gastrointestinal disorders, oncology, enteral feeding, disability, cardiovascular health, and diabetes – Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational. Clare has a special interest and expertise in women’s health including PCOS, endometriosis, menopause, nutrition for fertility, nutrition in pregnancy and the post-natal period. Additionally, Clare has a strong interest in assisting clients with coeliac disease, drawing on her personal experience of living with coeliac disease.
As an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Clare is able to provide services under a range of schemes including Medicare and DVA. Rebates may also be available for some private health funds.
Outside of her work as a Dietitian, Clare enjoys cooking, swimming in the ocean and yoga.
Fun – Dedication – Approachable
“What I get out of my field is the opportunity to meet new people, listen to their stories, find why they are here and how I can help”
Supportive – Passionate – Newbie Training
“I like to think of myself as quite supportive with new people who come into the gym, I love being able to help out and show them the ropes”