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Physiotherapy for NDIS participants

At PowerBuild Physiotherapy, we ensure all our practitioners are NDIS-registered and also registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, as we believe that the most vulnerable in our community require to utmost care and attention to detail.

One of the first things that we do at PowerBuild Physiotherapy is conduct a physiotherapy assessment with our NDIS participants to determine their needs and goals through physiotherapy. Some of these goals might be centred around relieving pain or tightness to improve a participant’s quality of life, while others will be geared around improving their function, movement and strength so they can do the things they love most and engage in the community more easily.

We can treat people who live with a wide range of conditions and diseases and of all ages, making everyday tasks easier, giving you advice on managing your lifestyle, prescribing aids and equipment and overall help you get more out of life. We also know that for some of our most vulnerable participants, it can be quite daunting to come into the clinic. That is why we also offer the flexibility and option of being seen in the comfort of your own home and conducting home visits!

Some of the services and treatments we provide are:

  • Physiotherapy needs and physical assessments including written reports
  • Plan Review Assessments including written reports
  • Remedial and deep tissue massage
  • Dry needling
  • Spinal and joint mobilization
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • Gait re-training
  • Functional training to improve overall strength, balance, endurance and aerobic capacity
  • Prescription of aids and equipment to improve mobility around the home or in the community, as well as exercise-based equipment that the participant can use at home
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Home Visits

Some of the common health conditions we can help treat and manage include:

  • Pain
  • Muscle contractures, spasticity and tightness
  • Neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease or Multiple sclerosis
  • Chronic conditions like diabetes, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and obesity
  • Stroke
  • Rehabilitation after surgery
  • Intellectual impairment

If you need help with physiotherapy through the NDIS, reach out to us today and click the link in the task bar above!

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