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Therapies Available


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Our Physiotherapists have completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at university and are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. Physiotherapists have extensive training in the systems of the body and how they interrelate to produce movement and function. These systems include musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiorespiratory. Physiotherapists are skilled in detailed assessment processes to be able to work out where to best target treatment to help your child develop the skills they need to function in their daily life.

Exercise Physiology

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Our exercise physiologists have completed a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology degree at university and are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. Exercise Physiologists specialise in delivery safe and effective clinical exercise interventions for people with chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities. They have expertise in understanding a client's presentation and adapting exercise programs to promote rehabilitation, inclusion and mental health. Our exercise physiologists have additional training and experience in delivery these interventions to children in a fun and engaging way.

Allied Health Assistance

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Our Allied Health Assistants are qualified with a minimum of a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance through an approved institution. They work under the supervision of an allied health professional, either directly, indirectly or remotely to help carry out therapy programs, tasks and activities. Our allied health assistants have knowledge of body systems and interpreting medical terminology as well as practical skills in carrying out therapy related programs. An AHA can make a parent's life so much easier by helping to carry out some of the therapy skills and home programs in the home environment.

Women's Health Physiotherapy

Along with paediatric services, we also offer a range of services for women across the lifespan. Women's Health physiotherapy is a specialty area which focuses on supporting people in the following:  

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We provide physiotherapy assessment and treatment for incontinence including:

  • urinary (urge and stress) incontinence

  • faecal incontinence

  • obstructed defecation and constipation


Pre and Post Natal

We provide physiotherapy treatment during the pre and post natal period, including: 

  • pre and postnatal exercise prescription 

  • post natal rehabilitation (pelvic floor or abdominal) 

  • Treatment of musculoskeletal pain during pregnancy (pelvic girdle pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, low back pain and hip pain)

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Prenatal Exercise Classes

We provide safe and effective pregnancy exercise classes to help you gain strength and flexibility to enjoy a healthy pregnancy and birth. These classes will also help prepare you for the post partum period with core and pelvic floor strengthening exercises. 

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