We welcome participants of the NDIS.
We welcome participants of the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme). We work closely with you and your team of family, other allied health professionals and support coordinator to achieve your goals.
To book an appointment at your home, or at one of our clinics, simply call us on 0474 930 029 or book online. We ask that you please provide a copy of your NDIS Plan this will allow us to get an overall picture of your physiotherapy needs, your goals, and funding available for physiotherapy.
Independence and mobility are key aspects of good health, and our Physiotherapists help adults and children get the most out life through a range of tailored and proven treatments and therapies. We help improve your strength, posture, movement, balance & coordination, and help with management of chronic conditions.
We commonly assist with:
- Amputation / Prostheses
- Spinal cord injury
- Restricted movement in muscles and joints
- Parkinson‘s Disease
- Stroke Injury
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Cerebral Palsy
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Anxiety Disorders. There is a strong link between poor physical health and anxiety disorders, and this is where physiotherapy treatments come in – physiotherapists will help you maintain good physical health and manage the physical symptoms of anxiety, to help you achieve better mental health.
- A range on modalities are available to assist with pain management. These include massage, mobilising joints, stretching, dry needling therapy, and the implementation of exercise & strengthening programs to get you moving.
Development of tailored exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles.
Advice and assistance with use of mobility aids, such as walking sticks, crutches and walkers.
Airway clearance techniques and breathing exercises.
We respect that special moment when our client tells their story. We seek to understand and find the fundamental nature of the person’s dilemma. This is the diagnostic process; finding the essence of the problem. We then set about solving that problem. The challenges come in many forms;
- Need for a helping hand to prepare for a marathon
- unable to sleep due to raging neck pain,
- splitting headaches that linger all day,
- A torn muscle that needs to be ready for the finals only 4 weeks away
- Vertigo that renders the person unable to function
- Unable to dress due to back pain with muscle spasm
- A debilitating hip pain that comes on after walking only 100 metres.
- Unrelenting sciatic leg pain, only understood by those who have experienced nerve pain,
- Difficulty opening one’s mouth, unable to bite into an apple
We commit to do our best to help you achieve your goals.