Move better, move forward with specialised NDIS physiotherapy
Finding the right physiotherapist is an emotional rollercoaster. General physiotherapy is good, but ‘general’ just isn’t going to cut it. You need someone who understands what it’s like to be in your shoes, someone who can make sessions feel more personalised and designed around your lifestyle. Many have asked “why is it such an uphill struggle to find an NDIS approved physiotherapist?”. It shouldn’t be – and you best believe that your search is nearly over. This is more than just healing to make you move better, it’s helping you take confident steps forward in your life on your own terms.
Step up to a healthier you
Walking up the stairs or taking dance lessons – that small step for man is often a giant, painful leap for you. Take steps towards greater mobility, a boost in mental well-being, and sessions that leave a lasting impact. NDIS physiotherapy is here to get you closer to your goal, step by step until you’re marching to the beat of your own drum.
Making you a key player on your path to wellness
Imagine how helpful physiotherapy sessions could be if, instead of just being told what to do, you’re actually actively involved in it. You learn why each movement matters and you understand how it helps you heal. This approach isn’t just about following instructions; it’s about having a real conversation. The goal is to make sure that your voice is heard and your therapy is tailored to you, so you have the knowledge and confidence to manage your health.
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Treatment that feels like a natural part of your day
Your treatment should fit your life like a hand in a custom-made glove. It should be accessible, convenient, and sustainable as it supports your physical well-being. From personalised exercises to sessions that work around your schedule, our NDIS-approved physiotherapy services are designed with you in mind. Here, a constructive and supportive routine goes beyond the treatment room and right into your very lifestyle.
The treatment you receive depends on your condition. After an initial assessment, your NDIS-approved physiotherapist will cook up a plan that’s all about making you feel your best.
Let’s shake up your routine and get you moving in the right direction.
Progress at your own pace
Whether you need to slow down and refocus or you’re ready to sprint ahead, your NDIS physiotherapy can adjust to match your pace. This flexible approach makes sure that your session is not a rigid path but one that moves with you. As your needs and goals change, so does your treatment plan, providing you with the right support at the right time and empowering your progress – whatever direction it takes.
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Questions around NDIS physiotherapy
Who is eligible for NDIS physiotherapy?
You must meet the following criteria to qualify:
- You have a disability that significantly or permanently impacts mobility, strength, or physical function
- You are between the ages of 0 to 65 years old
- You are an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or hold a Protected Special Category Visa
- You must live in an area where the NDIS has been implemented.
Reach out to us if you’re unsure about your eligibility or if you want to organise a functional capacity assessment for NDIS physiotherapy.
What types of physiotherapy services are covered by the NDIS?
NDIS covers a wide spectrum – from rehab to pain management. These may also include but are certainly not limited to:
Assessments and Evaluations: In-depth evaluations to understand your physical abilities, limitations, and goals.
Therapeutic Interventions: Personalised physiotherapy treatments to improve your mobility, strength, coordination, and overall physical function.
Support for Assistive Equipment and Aids: Funding support for specialised equipment, devices, and assistive technologies for mobility and independence.
Home Exercise Programs: Customised exercise routines for you to perform at home, focusing on preserving and improvising your physical capabilities.
Educational Initiatives and Training: Informative sessions and training to you, your family, and caregivers, covering exercises, techniques, and strategies for effectively managing physical challenges.
What happens during an NDIS physiotherapy assessment?
Consider it a personalised health checkup. Your NDIS physiotherapist starts by evaluating your current physical abilities, perhaps through specific movements or stretches, to understand your range of motion and strength. They’ll also discuss your daily activities and challenges, whether it’s climbing stairs, walking longer distances, or engaging in your favourite hobbies. This conversation helps them to better understand how your condition affects your everyday life and what sort of therapy can help you in your goal.
What qualifies a physiotherapist to be NDIS-approved?
NDIS-approved physiotherapists go through specialised training, to make sure they understand the unique needs of individuals with disabilities. They are skilled at providing personalised care within the NDIS framework.
Are all physio providers NDIS-approved?
Not every physio wears the NDIS badge. Verify their accreditation to ensure they meet the NDIS requirements. Look for NDIS-approved accreditation, relevant disability care experience, and positive testimonials. These steps help you choose a physio aligned with your specific needs and preferences.
How can I find an NDIS physio near me?
You can check the NDIS provider directory, ask for advice from your support network, or consult with your healthcare team.
How are NDIS physiotherapy costs covered?
The costs for NDIS-approved physio services are typically deducted from the funds allocated for physiotherapy in your NDIS plan. Understanding this process makes sure there is financial transparency in getting the care and treatment that you need.
Can I choose my NDIS physio provider?
Absolutely. NDIS gives you the power to choose, so pick a provider that makes your healthcare experience feel just right.
How do I make sure my physio gets my disability challenges?
Look for physios who get it, like finding a friend who understands your quirks. Check reviews, chat with others, and have an initial chat to make sure they’re on the same wavelength.
How can I learn more about NDIS physiotherapy?
Knowledge is power. Explore our resources, engage with your healthcare team, or reach out to us directly to learn more about the benefits tailored to you.