Aden Kemp

May 19, 2021 2:12 pm Published by

I completed my second Masters degree at the Australian Catholic University in 2020. Coming from a background of playing rugby union and coaching a number of sports, I have personally experienced the effects of injury on quality of life, which prompted my initial interest in pursuing exercise physiology as a career path. These experiences have fueled my passion of helping to promote physical wellness through a mantra I hold close – exercise is medicine.

My studies have allowed me to work with a diverse population of clients, ranging from international standard athletes to clients requiring preventative and rehabilitation lifestyle interventions (primarily musculoskeletal and neurological conditions). In addition to The Bone Clinic, I am currently a strength and conditioning coach with the Australian Goalball team (a vision-impaired sport) in preparation for the delayed Paralympics Games in Tokyo 2021.

The Bone Clinic affords me an opportunity to help my local community achieve the physical health benefits of evidence-based exercise in a research-driven team that strives to see you live life confidently and to its fullest extent

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