Healthy Balance offers through its program, a comprehensive health assessment of patients, employees, athletes, infants and students. The purpose of the program is to raise patient awareness of their current health status, heart disease risk, stress level and provide strategies to minimise the risk of developing any lifestyle diseases.

The Healthy Balance health check assessment involves a two-step process with every patient:

A comprehensive assessment of a patient’s health indicators: weight, body mass index, blood pressure, stress levels, lifestyle diseases risk (diabetes, heart diseases)
A consultation with an accredited dietitian, exercise physiologist or physiotherapist

Healthy Balance specialise in developing and tailoring health check assessments to any of the following groups and audiences:

Corporate employees Community groups
School children Child care centres
Sporting clubs or associations Aged care residents

A Healthy Balance dietitian will provide the following range of health check services to each individual patient after they have completed the initial health assessment:

assess patients nutritional status
educate patients on healthy eating guidelines
translate the scientific information received from the health assessment into personalised, practical dietary advice
provide advice on the specific nutritional management of chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, obesity and food intolerance
provide relevant educational resources to patients
recommend changes to the patients current eating patterns, choosing the right foods, understanding food labels and appropriate food preparation methods
educate patients on the importance of exercise and regular physical activity
translate the scientific information received from the health assessment into personalised, practical exercise advice
provide advice on the specific management of chronic conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, obesity and respiratory diseases
recommend changes to the patients current mobility and exercise patterns, choosing the right exercises for the patient
demonstration of sample exercises
provide relevant educational resources to patients