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Jesse Sims

Passionate and driven Accredited Exercise Physiologist who has extensive knowledge and experience within all phases of neurological rehabilitation.

The ability to make a very small change in someone’s life, that means the world to them, is not something you can put a price on. You can introduce someone to a new activity and often make it part of their “new normal” all through therapeutic intervention. A firsthand experience of the role of tailored exercise prescription in treating complex chronic inflammatory conditions solidified my willingness to continue to use exercise physiology to improve the life of all those I meet.
Jesse is a passionate and driven Accredited Exercise Physiologist who has experience in treating all phases of neurological rehabilitation across the life span. She completed her undergraduate degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology at Queensland University of Technology and joined the Enhanced team as a new graduate.

Jesse seeks continual education and concurrently completed a Master of Philosophy (Exercise Science) alongside her graduate year. Her treatment plans reflect creative and outcome focused interventions, with a key consideration of the long-term outcomes of the clients and their clinical presentations. Jesse has experience in treating paediatrics with diverse range of neurodevelopmental conditions and enjoys working with kids to assist in shaping their lives.

Jesse also has a key interest in developing the Exercise Physiology profession, along with the development of her team members. Jesse is now located in the USA where she is undertaking Doctoral studies in Exercise Physiology alongside a research and teaching position. She continues to support the team in an administrative and research role while she
watches the expansive progression of the company.

Professional Development 

– Sessional Academic – University level

– Pilates Matwork – Level 1

– Primitive Reflex training

Special Interests:

  • Community-based and neurological rehabilitation
  • Paediatrics and development across the lifespan
  • Clinical Education
  • Service leadership and development
  • Promotion and advocacy of the exercise physiology profession.

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