Physiotherapy is beneficial for people who’ve had significant injuries, undergone surgery, or are living with orthopaedic or neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, or after a stroke.
Physiotherapy contributes to the recovery after injuries, surgeries, and illnesses. It also enhances everyday life by helping, maintaining, and restoring movement and physical abilities. This is achieved through a range of methods including exercises, stretches, and focused practice.
Under the professional guidance of our physiotherapists, you can work on developing individualised approaches to stay involved in your everyday tasks and achieve the goals you’re aiming for, such as:
To create a program just for you, your physiotherapist will work with you to understand your condition and what you want to achieve with your recovery. They’ll look at things like how you move in bed, how you sit, and how well you can stand and walk. Taking all of this into consideration along with your goals, they’ll create a plan that focuses on exercises to help you restore or improve your function. This plan may include:
There are several funding options available to access our programs. This includes:
Fees and charges are dependent upon your health fund and level of cover. Please check with your health fund if any additional charges apply.
Before you are admitted or before commencing your program, we will obtain approval from your insurer.
A broad range of health care and support services are available to meet the clinical needs of eligible veterans and eligible dependants.
If you do not have a funding stream, you can also choose to self-fund your program.
As a fully accredited NDIS provider, our NDIS Therapy Supports service provides NDIS participants with evidence-based allied health therapies to support, maintain and increase function and wellbeing. Click to find out more.
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