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Fitness and Mobility

Feel fitter and healthier

Keeping active can help you stay physically and mentally healthy but more than 55% of adults don't get the recommended amount of physical activity.**

MetLife 360Health Fitness and Recovery service can help you improve your general health and fitness, or it can also support your recovery from injury or surgery. 

And, as a MetLife customer it's all part of your insurance offer so there's no additional fees or costs.

Experts say adults should do at least 2.5 hours of moderate intensity physical activity per week**

Personalised fitness plan

Our Fitness and Recovery service provides you with quick and tailored advice to help you achieve your fitness or recovery goals.

When you have a consult, an exercise physiologist will discuss your fitness and recovery needs to provide you with advice and develop a personalised plan to achieve your objectives.

Experts say adults should do at least 2.5 hours of moderate intensity physical activity per week**

How to access MetLife 360Health

There are a number of ways you can be a MetLife insurance customer so you and your family^ get access to 360Health.

It can be: 

  • Through your insurance inside your superannuation
  • As an employee benefit through your employer 
  • Organised through your financial adviser 

Check if you're a MetLife customer now so you can start using the services today.

Book your appointment with an exercise physiologist

MetLife 360Health Fitness and Recovery service is powered by our partners Teladoc Health*, global leaders in providing virtual care.
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How it works

One

Request a call for a fitness consultation

Two

Complete your pre-appointment questionnaire 

Three

We will connect you with your dedicated exercise physiologist

Four

Receive your personalised fitness program

 

360Health supports you in reaching your fitness and mobility goals

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* Teladoc Health’s Privacy Policy is readily available and can be viewed at www.360healthvirtualcare.com/en/disclaimer

** https://www.health.gov.au/topics/physical-activity-and-exercise/physical-activity-and-exercise-guidelines-for-all-australians/for-adults-18-to-64-years

^ The term 'family' covers spouse and children.

The information provided is general information only and is not health or medical advice. If you have a health or medical concern, please seek professional medical advice immediately. 360Health services are provided by a third party, Teladoc Health Pty Limited.

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360Health services are not provided by way of insurance (including health insurance) and the provision of these services is not dependent on the occurrence of an insured event under the policy. Access to these services will be at MetLife’s absolute discretion and MetLife reserves the right to discontinue or change the services at any time.