About Revitalise Health & Rehab Traralgon

Revitalise Health & Rehab is a unique online and in-person rehabilitation, exercise, and dietetic clinic based in Traralgon, Gippsland. We offering our inperson services to Gippslander’s, and online consultations World Wide online. Our mission is to help our clients achieve their health and wellness goals by getting on top of their injuries and chronic diseases through exercise and nutritional interventions.

Our team all personally have a history of injuries due to sports, and chronic diseases. We understand it can be frustrating, annoying, and time consuming to achieve your goals – especially when your goals are not mainstream. We aim to take the frustration out of the process, so you can get back to doing what you are currently missing out on. Our team aims to take a holistic approach for our clients, using a combination of exercise, movement, and lifestyle interventions, to ensure that you are treated as an individual, not just an injury or disease. 

We put an end to poor experiences with health professionals. We listen to your pains, your story, and your needs, in a judgemental free manner. We provide individualised treatment plans that take into consideration so much more than just your goals. We aim to be different, to provide a safe space for our clients to feel better.

We work with real humans, ones whose lives are more than just exercise and vegetables. So, whether you are recovering from an injury, looking to improve your fitness, or seeking guidance on nutrition, our team can help. 

Julia Pazkowski –
Senior Dietician

Julia joins the team with over a decade of experience working as a Dietitian and Registered Nutritionist.

What is a Dietitian you ask? A Dietitian is a University qualified Nutritional expert whose mission is to help you make SUSTAINABLE and ACHIEVABLE changes to your diet to improve your health, and well… life. 

Julia is our go-to girl for complex health conditions and diseases… Why?

After developing food intolerances as a teenager, Julia experienced the impact that dietary restrictions can have on quality of life. After years suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Dysautonomia, she developed a more holistic approach to health, which she translates into her own practice. She is passionate about supporting people to make positive lifestyle changes that are sustainable over the long term.

Not only that, but she will work alongside our clients to ensure they are receiving tailored and individualised support while providing evidenced-based care and acknowledging both clinical and non-clinical priorities.

Julia is here to help manage a range of conditions through simple nutritional changes, including; weight management, diabetes, POTS, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, IBS, and eating disorders.

If you have a rare or complex health condition, get in touch with our team today to see our Dietitian and Nutritionist Julia, can help you!

Jas Ludlow –
Exercise Scientist & Sports Trainer

  Jas’s personal experiences with chronic health conditions, chronic pain, and endless unusual injuries, led her to discover the therapeutic benefits of exercise. She realized that exercise not only helped her manage her own health conditions, but it could also benefit others struggling with complex symptoms. Jas’s desire to help others led her to pursue an education at the worlds leading sport science univerity to study a Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science. Jas considered continuing her studies and eventually decided to pursue a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology. This specialty has enhance her clinical expertise, allowing her to apply her knowledge in a practical and focused way to treat and manage complex chronic diseases and injuries with exercise based interventions that are achievable and sustainable.

Jas believes that with her personal experience of rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, PCOS, POTS, and several other chronic diseases, in addition to sport related injuries leading to the development of CRPS and hands-on experience working with chronically ill patients – she can truly make a difference in the lives of those who experience symptoms that impact day to day life.

Additionally, Jas’s time of being a Head Trainer of Traralgon Tyers United Football & Netball Club, First Aider at Blue Rock Motorcycle Club, and life long horse rider and ex-competitor, gives her an edge to understanding the physical, social, emotional, and psychological impact injuries have. This impacts how she addresses injuries, ensuring that any rehabilitation program considers the physical demands of the clients sport, their occupation, and so on. She ensures that her clients return to their sport and hobbies stronger, fitter, and more able, then prior to injury. 

Get in touch with our clinic via phone or email to see if Jas can help you!

 

Jas Ludlow –
Exercise Physiologist (Injury Rehabilitation & Exercise)

What is an Exercise Physiologist (aka. AEP)? An AEP is an expert in injuries, chornic diseases, and disabilites, after having obtained two university degrees and 500 hours of clinical placement. An AEP uses rehabilitative exercise and other lifestyle changes to assist their clients to achieve their goals. An AEP is similar to that of a Physiotherapist, with the key difference being an AEPs stronger abilities in complex chronic diseases, mental health, disabilities, rehabilitation for sporting injuries, and strength and conditioning. P.S. An AEP uses more than some resistance bands for injury rehabilitation!

Jas’s personal experiences with chronic health conditions, chronic pain, and endless unusual injuries, led her to discover the therapeutic benefits of exercise. She realised that exercise not only helped her manage her own health conditions, but it could also benefit others struggling with complex symptoms. Jas’s desire to help others led her to pursue an education at the worlds leading Sport Science Univerity to study a Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science. To further her education, she then completed a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology, achieving an Executive Dean’s Award. This specialty has enhance her clinical expertise, allowing her to apply her knowledge in a practical and focused way to treat and manage complex chronic diseases and injuries with exercise based interventions that are achievable and sustainable.

Jas believes that with her personal experience of rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, PCOS, POTS, and several other chronic diseases, in addition to sport related injuries leading to the development of CRPS and hands-on experience working with chronically ill patients – she can truly make a difference in the lives of those who experience symptoms that impact day to day life.

Additionally, Jas’s time of being a Head Trainer of Traralgon Tyers United Football & Netball Club, First Aider at Blue Rock Motorcycle Club, and life long horse rider and ex-competitor, gives her an edge to understanding the physical, social, emotional, and psychological impact injuries have. This influences how she addresses injuries, ensuring that any rehabilitation program considers the physical demands of the clients sport, their occupation, and so much more. She ensures that her clients return to their sport and hobbies stronger, fitter, and more able, then prior to injury.

Do you have questions about if you should be seeing an Exercise Physiologist or Physiotherapists? Send us a message!

 

"Jas writes programs to suit your personal needs, abilities, injuries/physical concerns and really thinks about and explains WHY she has included the movements into your program. Her warm personality puts you at ease and allows you to grow and develop throughout your sessions... I came to Jas with back pain... Said pain is now gone and I couldn't be happier!"

Alice, 29, Psych Nurse

"I’ve been seeing Jas for around five weeks now and I have found her to be incredibly kind, honest and understanding. She is not only knowledgeable but will go out of her way to keep in touch and check up with you. Nothing seems to be a bother for her. She has a great understanding of my health problems and what I want to achieve long term and I feel like she is committed to helping me get there. She thinks out of the box and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend her services for your health be it chronic pain, exercise or fitness."

Eve, 46

"Jas's knowledge is amazing. She has helped me incorporate exercise into my weekly routine, to help me return to my hobbies post knee surgery! Before seeing Jas, my knee was making walking up stairs really difficult, I also couldn't get up from the floor easily. Now, I am back to riding my horses and going for long walk with my dog! Jas and the team have always been a pleasure to deal with."

Alison, 49, Teacher

"Jas is wonderful! She has listened to my daughter every step of the way during her recovery from a knee injury and an ankle injury. She has made the exercise sessions fun and easy for us to replicate in between appointments. We have loved the relaxed and friendly approach that Jas has had. She also has a wealth of knowledge and we think she is brilliant."

Tam (Client’s Mum)

"Jas is amazing. She has helped me overcome any obstacles to achieve my weight loss goals. I have become more confident and healthy. Highly recommend"

Bec, 37, mum of 2