Exercise Referral

  • What is Exercise Referral?
  • Is Exercise Referral suitable for me?

What is Exercise Referral?

If you, your doctor or other Health Professional thinks that exercise could help you, then ask to be referred to one of our qualified exercise referral specialists.  They can help you achieve your best results, provide safe and effective exercise whilst helping you to make positive changes to your lifestyle and become active for life.

We can help you if you have or are at risk of a long term condition including cardiovascular disease, arthritis, COPD, cancers, asthma, back pain, diabetes or obesity to name just a few.

Our qualified exercise referral specialist will discuss an activity plan based on your current health, what you enjoy doing and you would like to try. We will work with you in our relaxed, friendly and comfortable surroundings to advise, support and motivate you to reach your goals.

Sessions are delivered in a group exercise setting in our full air conditioned gyms, where a fun and supportive community is developed to motivate you to meet your goals.

If you want to make a difference to your health, then ask your GP or Health Professional for a referral to Oakwood Wellbeing and we can start your journey to a new lifestyle.



Enquire about Exercise Referral

  • Register of exercise professionals
  • Chartered society of physiotheraphy

Is Exercise Referral suitable for me?

Exericise Referral is suitable to everyone over 16 years of age, and has or is at risk of a Long term condition. The focus on Exercise Referral is to support people in making suitable changes to their lifestyle and activity to improve your health and fitness in a safe, supportive and fun environment.

Below is a list of the long term conditions and other lifestyle factors that our scheme is suitable for. This is not an exhaustive list so please do get in contact if you would like to know more.

  •  Arthritis
  • Asthma
  •  Back pain
  •  Cancer
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Controlled hypertension
  • COPD
  • Coronary heart disease risk factors
  • Diabetes
  • Hypo/Hyperthyroidism
  • Joint replacement
  • Mild to moderate anxiety/depression
  • No contraindications to exercise
  • Obesity
  • Osteoporosis
  • Post phase IV Cardiac Rehab
  • Stable angina
  • Sedentary patients (less than 60  minutes of exercise a week)
  • Stroke

Enquire about Exercise Referral

  • Register of exercise professionals
  • Chartered society of physiotheraphy