Rehab at Phyx You (Including NDIS)

Did you know our Physiotherapist Bec has a passion for, and specialises in Rehabilitation and Neurological Physiotherapy?

This includes (but is not limited to):

  • Patients on the NDIS (National DIsability Insurance Scheme)
  • Patients with a disability
  • Patients with neurological conditions:
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Stroke
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Guillain-Barre Syndrome
    • Traumatic brain injury
  • General muscle weakness + loss of strength
  • Balance impairments and issues
  • Osteoporosis
  • Post fall
  • Scoliosis

How can we help you?

  • Perform a comprehensive initial assessment to determine your current level of strength, mobility and function (also to get a baseline measure of where you are at so we can re-measure regularly to show progress!)
  • Set goals with you to ensure the rehab program is based on what YOU want to be able to do and achieve
  • Help prescribe equipment to help at home and with your mobility (For example walking aids, walking sticks, knee braces, supportive footwear)
  • Provide you with individualised, one on one active based rehabilitation sessions incorporating:
    • Clinical Pilates equipment
    • Strength training (weights, cable machine, power plate, theraband)
    • Walking retraining
    • Balance retraining and practice
    • Transfer practice
    • Cardiovascular fitness training (walking, bike, strength exercises)
  • Develop a home exercise program targeted for you and your needs that you can perform individually at home to help achieve your goals quicker
  • Assist in reducing your pain (treatment sessions, dry needling, exercises)
  • Provide education and training to your carers and family members on how to best assist you at home
  • Regularly re-assess your progress, set new goals and alter your rehab program and treatment as needed
  • Provide home visits if you are unable to attend the clinic

What level of mobility do I need to be at?

  • Any level
  • We work with wheelchair bound patients to patients who are independently mobile
  • Treatment is adapted to meet current level of mobility and strength