How Physiotherapy Can Help NDIS Clients:
Physiotherapy plays a vital role in supporting NDIS participants by addressing a wide range of physical challenges.
Our experienced physiotherapists are skilled in assessing and treating conditions. Such as musculoskeletal disorders, neurological conditions, mobility issues, and more.
Through personalised treatment plans, we aim to enhance your functional abilities, promote independence, and improve your overall quality of life.
Our services may include:
- Assistive Device Evaluation and Prescription:
- We can assess your needs for mobility aids, orthotics, and assistive devices. Ensuring that you have the most appropriate equipment to support your daily activities.
- Gait Training and Mobility Enhancement:
- Our physiotherapists will work with you to improve your balance, coordination, and walking ability, helping you gain confidence and independence in your movements.
- Pain Management Techniques:
- We offer a range of evidence-based pain management techniques. Including manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, electrotherapy modalities, and hydrotherapy. All will be tailored to your specific needs.
To give you a better understanding, here are some examples of disabilities and chronic conditions that can benefit from physiotherapy:
- Physical Disabilities:
- Physiotherapists can provide treatment and advice to support individuals with physical disabilities. Including those who have undergone amputations or post-surgery rehabilitation
- Intellectual and Psychosocial Disabilities:
- Physiotherapy can also assist individuals with intellectual and psychosocial disabilities. Addressing their specific physical needs and promoting overall well-being.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD):
- Physiotherapy can be beneficial for individuals with ASD, helping them improve motor skills, coordination, and overall physical development.
- Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI's):
- Physiotherapy plays a vital role in rehabilitating individuals with acquired brain injuries. Aiding in balance, mobility, and regaining functional independence.
- Neurological Injuries and Disorders:
- Physiotherapists are trained to work with individuals who have neurological injuries or disorders. Such as strokes, multiple sclerosis,
- They provide specialised treatments to improve movement, balance, and overall physical function.