How To Manage Menopause With Exercise


Chronic Care Australia’s 12-week exercise medicine program helps reduce menopause symptoms and supports all aspects of your health during what can be a challenging time. 

Despite not formally being a chronic condition, menopause can have a significant impact on mental and physical health – and change the trajectory of a woman’s post menopause quality of life significantly. For some women it passes unnoticed but for others it marks the beginning of severe weight gain, poor mental health, poor cognitive function, joint pain and soft tissue related chronic injuries, such as frozen shoulder and achilles tendinopathy.

At Chronic Care Australia (CCA) we want to better understand your experience of menopause and offer evidence-based treatment that improves your quality of life throughout what can be a 5 to 10-year process of transition.

We want you to be accurately informed on best practice management and ensure you have the information you need to optimise the quality of your life.

Prescribed Medicine.

The impact of prescribed exercise as medicine programs on mental and physical health during menopause can be highly effective. Re-occurring injury, weight gain, anxiety and depression symptoms, poor sleep, hot flushes and fatigue can all be managed when a well prescribed exercise medicine program is adhered to. 

We want to empower women in making informed decisions about their mental and physical health at this demanding time in their lives. 

Is menopause impacting the quality of your life? 

If so, we invite you to engage in our real-world exercise medicine program.

Visit to register.

Perimenopause and menopause symptoms are not always easy to diagnose. Contact us today and take a simple test to find out what impact your hormones are having on your life. Three sessions of personally prescribed exercise medicine each week can change the trajectory of your post-menopause life.

Are you:

  • A female between the age of 40-60 years old?
  • Currently experiencing mental and physical symptoms of menopause? 
  • This program involves:
  • An initial assessment with a clinical exercise specialist.
  • Engagement in two 12-week Exercise As Medicine programs.
  • Data collection through the form of patient-reported questionnaires at timely intervals.


  1. Referral. 

You can be referred to the program by your GP, specialist or self-refer by contacting Chronic Care Australia on tel: (08) 9385 1430.

  1. Initial assessment with Clinical Specialist. Cost: $150-$180*
    This one-on-one consultation with a qualified allied health specialist includes a complete review of your whole health needs, medical history and any injury or secondary condition history, musculoskeletal and respiratory screening.

3. Program familiarisation.
This one-on-one session guides you through each step of your personalised exercise medicine program.
4. Commence your 12-week program.
Attend 1, 2 or 3 times per week (depending on your clinical needs). Virtual and in-clinic pricing options are available. Sessions are run in small groups (maximum 6).

5. Review your program.
Reviews are conducted at 4, 8 and 12 weeks. These one-on-one sessions with your care coordinator give you an insight into your progress and allow for program optimisation. 12-week program prices vary depending on frequency. Costs start at $75 per week. *Private Health & Medicare Rebates apply. Visit for more information and to register.