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Proudly recognised as an Accredited NDIS provider, our clinic specializes in delivering exceptional Physiotherapy and Podiatry services.

Our team is committed to enhancing the lives of our patients covered by the National Disability Insurance Scheme, we prioritise personal care to improve both quality of life and optimizing functional capabilities.

Our experienced team is committed to offering Specialised, evidence-based interventions that empower our patients on the path to well-being.

Navigate through our NDIS approved Podiatry and Physiotherapy services and discover how we can contribute to your journey towards a healthier, more fulfilling life.

NDIS Physiotherapy
Our NDIS-registered Physiotherapy services use a range of techniques to improve movement and function, treat and reduce pain, and make everyday tasks easier.

How we can help with Physiotherapy

Our Physiotherapy services may include:
  • Muscle re-education to improve control
  • Airway clearance techniques and breathing exercises
  • Soft tissue mobilisation (massage)
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Advice and assistance with use of mobility aids, such as walking sticks and wheelchairs
  • Exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles
  • Joint manipulation and mobilisation to reduce pain and stiffness
NDIS Podiatry

Treatment options

Podiatrists are health care professionals responsible for the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of feet, ankle and lower extremity structures. People with multiple health conditions and comorbidities are at higher risk of suffering issues with their feet. Our skilled and qualified podiatrists can detect, assess, treat and prevent further issues from arising. It’s important your condition is detected and treated earlier to prevent it from worsening.

We provide a number of podiatry services, these include:

  • General foot care including toenails, corns, calluses
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Treatment of heel, ankle and foot pain
  • Vascular and Neurological Examinations for patients with Diabetes
  • Footwear advice
What to expect

Getting to know each other

When we first meet with you, we need to do a detailed assessment to properly understand your current situation and what you’d like to achieve with our service.

As each individual’s needs and desires are different, your Health Professional needs to understand what your goals are so they can create a treatment plan that is perfect for you.