NDIS Therapy

Overcome barriers improving independence & quality of life

What to Expect

  • Experience professional & compassionate care 

  • Progressive evidence based exercise interventions to generate effective outcomes

  • Private gym-based environment promotes safe & personal experience, while allowing community participation

We regularly review the effectiveness of the interventions in achieving your goals to continually improve the treatment we provide.

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We take the time to learn who you are and how your disability affects your life.

Our team includes experienced, knowledgeable and professional exercise physiologists who work within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) scheme. We have experience providing participant assessment and ongoing care for clients with a range of conditions, including physical and cognitive disabilities.

Exercise Physiologists provide high-quality, patient and family centred care to NDIS participants. We are here to guide you through the decision making process and help you choose the right combination exercise therapy & other treatments in order to reduce pain and improve your quality of life.

Who is eligible?

Our Exercise Physiologists will determine if our treatment is a suitable during the assessment phase. We work with NDIS participants including the following.

Intellectual
Down syndrome, tuberous sclerosis, cri-du-chat syndrome. Specific learning/Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) (other than intellectual)—learning disability is a general term referring to a group of disabilities. Autism (including Asperger's syndrome and Pervasive Developmental Delay)


Physical
Physical disability often includes impairments of the neuromusculoskeletal systems including, for example, the effects of paraplegia, quadriplegia, muscular dystrophy, motor neurone disease, neuromuscular disorders, cerebral palsy, absence or deformities of limbs, spina bifida, arthritis, back disorders, ataxia, bone formation or degeneration, scoliosis


Acquired brain injury
Acquired brain injury is used to describe multiple disabilities arising from damage to the brain acquired after birth. Results in deterioration in cognitive, physical, emotional or independent functioning. May be as a result of accidents, stroke, brain tumours, infection, poisoning, lack of oxygen or degenerative neurological disease.


Neurological 
Applies to impairments of the nervous system occurring after birth, includes epilepsy and organic dementias (for example, Alzheimer’s disease) as well as such conditions as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.


Information sourced from NDS (National Disability Services) www.nds.org.au Disability Types and Description
 


 

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