The National Exercise Referral Scheme (NERS) is a Welsh Assembly Government funded scheme which has been developed to standardise exercise referral opportunities across Wales. The scheme targets clients who have, or are at risk of developing a chronic disease.
The scheme can help you to become more active if you are at risk of poor health or have a pre-existing condition and suffer from at least one of the following conditions:
Clients are referred by a GP or Health Practitioner so if you think you would benefit from joining this scheme please speak to your GP.
These sessions offer support and encouragement to exercise for those who have been identified with chronic pain of the lower back, after assessment by their health professional.
The sessions take place twice weekly and provide an evidence based exercise programme designed to improve mobility with gentle exercise to develop good posture, strengthen muscles that support the back and get stiff uncomfortable joints moving again.
If you have coronary heart disease you may be eligible for our NERS Phase IV Cardiac Rehabilitation programme. This is a fun 16 week exercise programme for people like you, who want to live a healthier life.
If you’ve recently taken part in Phase III Cardiac Rehabilitation, or your GP says that you meet the criteria, you could come and join other like minded people and our qualified instructors at our classes.
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We have a 16 - 32 week Weight management Exercise Referral Programme designed to help you become more active.
To attend NERS - Exercise & Weight Management programme speak with your Health professional. This programme is led by a Qualified Weight Management Specialist Instructor
To find out more, please contact reception or speak with your GP or Health Practitioner today.