Molly Shevill

Accredited Exercise Physiologist


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Molly is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist at Aspire Fitness and Rehabilitation. She graduated from the University of QLD with a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (Clinical Exercise Physiology). Molly also holds a Certificate III & IV in Fitness and three group fitness certifications with Les Mills Asia Pacific. Molly works in a variety of different areas and sees clients with a wide array of injuries, chronic diseases (e.g. cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, obesity) as well as older adults, people with dementia, through to high performance athletes. Molly has worked extensively in medical rehabilitation and is currently involved in a variety of different projects.

Molly has assisted in designing and implementing an exercise intervention project with the Leukaemia Foundation Australia called ‘Fit to Thrive’. This is an ongoing program assessing the effect exercise has on persons with blood cancers through all stages of treatment. The program involves assessing, designing and implementing individual exercise and rehabilitation programs for those diagnosed with blood cancer, during treatment, and recovering from cancer treatment and its related symptoms. Molly also works extensively with other cancer patients, including patients with breast cancer, colorectal cancer, sarcoma, and brain cancer, in developing individualised exercise and rehabilitation programs. Molly is very excited to be involved in some new cancer rehabilitation projects coming up in 2017.

Molly has substantial experience in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and has worked with a vast number of clients with varying conditions including chronic pain, lower back pain, traumatic injury, pre and post-surgical interventions along with other various joint and soft tissue injuries. Molly is always determined to achieve the best outcomes possible for her clients and strives to help people achieve their goals in health and performance through safe and effective programming and education.

Molly also works in Strength and Conditioning enjoying working with both recreational and elite athletes. As a competitive waterpolo player, rower, swimmer, and runner herself, Molly is interested in improving performance through injury prevention, management, sport specific training and fitness program design. Molly is passionate about safe effective Strength and Conditioning training for every athlete and has worked with a variety of different sports, including rowing, swimming, triathlon, water polo, running, cycling, touch football, and basketball.

Lastly , Molly enjoys working with Alzheimer’s Australia Qld to help provide exercise rehabilitation and fitness programs for people living with Dementia and their carers. Alzheimer’s Australia Qld have worked with AFR to successfully assess, design, and implement individual and group exercise programs for this population. This initial exercise project has been a huge success, and she hopes to continue working and developing research in this area.

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