Physiotherapists optimise the way a person’s body moves and functions. They are experts in the diagnosis, treatment and complex management of movement disorders in all their forms. This includes complaints that are commonly experienced such as joint pain, soft tissue injuries, fractures and chronic pain through to more complex neurological or functional disorders.
Physiotherapists help people restore function and condition when they are recovering post surgery,trauma, have a chronic disease or loss of independence. Physiotherapists have expertise supporting people with a broad range of health conditions working with clients across all ages and across the clinical spectrum.
Physiotherapists can assist people who have been diagnosed with a neurological disorder maximise their function or support an individual living with disability maximise participation in all aspects of life.
Our Physiotherapists will work with our clients to create individualised programs that focus on strength, restoration, positioning, fitness, stability and increased functional capacity. Our physiotherapists work together with clients, families and all their supports to provide services that address all concerns in order to maximise participation in day-to-day life and encourage engagement in social, vocational and sporting activities.
Physiotherapists have the ability to provide hands on therapy, tailor specific exercise programs or recommend assistive technology that can assist to maximise our clients’ safety, independence and social participation.
We pride ourselves on the delivery of evidence based advanced therapy and rehabilitation. We service a vast range of clients across the clinical spectrum
We are proudly registered NDIS providers as well as registered to provide services to clients through home care packages, workers compensation, CTP, LTCS, private health insurance, DVA, Medicare and more. We strive to get the best outcomes for our clients.