NDIS Approved Physiotherapy Services
Physiotherapists optimise the way a person’s body moves and functions.
At Connect2Care, our NDIS approved physiotherapy services are individualised programs that focus on strength, positioning, fitness, stability and increased functional capacity. Our physiotherapists work together with clients, families and carers to provide physiotherapy services that address any mobility concerns in order to maximise participation in day-to-day life and encourage engagement in social and sporting activities.
Physiotherapists have the ability to tailor exercise programs or recommend assistive technology that can assist to maximise our clients’ safety, independence and social participation.
Our Range of NDIS Physiotherapy Treatments
At Connect2Care, our NDIS approved Physiotherapists are qualified to conduct a thorough assessment and provide personalised physiotherapy treatments to help their clients live a more independent life. We create individualised programs focusing on strength, positioning, fitness, stability and increased functional capacity.
Some areas we can assist with include:
- Physiotherapy Assessments including Bot-2, HiMAT
- Functional Assessments
- Falls and Risk Assessments
- Neurological Assessments
- Posture and Positioning
- Exercise Prescription/Home Exercise Programs
- Assistive Technology e.g. Wheelchair, Mobility Aids
- Mobility and Seating Equipment
- Strength and Coordination Training Programs
- Carer Education
- Pain Management
- Employment and Workplace Assessments
Paediatric physiotherapy helps children, their families, and caregivers to achieve the child’s best possible physical development. Our NDIS approved Physiotherapists are experienced in helping children, from infants to adolescents and will address the individual needs of their client.
We treat children with a range of conditions that affect their physical movement. This may include supporting children to attain certain developmental milestones, such as rolling, crawling, sitting, and walking. We can also support children with general gross motor skills, strength, balance, and coordination.
Our Therapists will use a variety of methods that are both fun and engaging yet focused on the area of need, whether that be muscle strengthening, exercises, stretching, or use of specialised equipment. Educating parents and caregivers plays a vital role when working with a child and their family unit.
Our Mobile NDIS Physiotherapy Service
Connect2Care is predominantly a mobile service, so our Physiotherapists have the flexibility to be able to come to you. We work in our clients’ own environments to address functional and mobility concerns to maximise participation in day-to-day life and encourage engagement in social and sporting activities.
Most of our treatment options can be provided either at home or in other community settings, including hydrotherapy, which can be conducted in a suitable local pool.
Our Physiotherapists will work with clients, their families, and caregivers to create individualised home therapy programs.
NDIS Approved Hydrotherapy
Hydrotherapy, also known as aquatic physiotherapy, is the use of water for therapeutic treatment.
We provide hydrotherapy to improve strength, mobility, balance, and coordination, with the facilitation of a hydrotherapy pool. Our Physiotherapists use water-based therapy that has lasting and meaningful changes to assist our clients better function outside the water.
Working with clients in water allows them better comfort, more freedom of movement, improved circulation and reduces the risk of swelling, pain, and muscle spasms.
Why Choose Connect2Care NDIS Physiotherapists
At Connect2Care, our NDIS approved Physiotherapists enable people to maintain or improve their movement and mobility, to move and function as independently as possible.
We assess our clients’ abilities, lifestyle, and goals to create personalised treatment plans that are practical, safe and achievable.
Our Therapists work to improve a person’s mobility to ensure they’re safe when they’re mobilising. This includes working on their strength, coordination, or balance. We also use manual therapies where appropriate.
We enable our clients to overcome everyday challenges, such as getting from point A to point B, posture and positioning, and strength and coordination.
Our clients will be enabled to best use their equipment for mobility, whether it is a walking stick, crutches, or a wheelchair. We have a big focus on safety at home to avoid risks such as slips, trips, and falls.
We embrace a holistic approach to allied health support. Connect2Care Physiotherapists work alongside our Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Psychologists, Exercise Physiologists and Dietitians as required, providing a united and holistic approach to allied health support.
At Connect2Care, we value quality services and transparent communication. We understand that NDIS participants have choice and control regarding their goals and how they receive support to achieve those goals.