Our mobile physiotherapy business delivers it's service in a friendly and courteous manner. We use a combination of manual therapy, exercise therapy and utilise electrotherapy (ultrasound & interferential) modalities when required. We'll always aim to help you fast track and where ever possible work towards a complete recovery for your problem.
Our mobile physiotherapy home based service provides professional assessments and treatments for a range of problems including:
- Aged Care assessment & treatment
- Muscle, joint or tendon pain
- Neck and back pain
- Sports-specific injuries
- Falls Prevention
- Workers Compensation & CTP injury claims
- Orthopaedic/surgical post & prehabilitation
- Child & adolescent injuries & growing pains
- Musculoskeletal screening
- Orthotic prescription
- Exercise prescription
- Ergonomic, postural or overuse injuries
- Support & mobility prescription
Why Physiotherapy / Mobile Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy helps people of all ages who have medical conditions, illnesses or injuries that limit their regular ability to move and function.
A customized physiotherapy program will help individuals return to their prior level of functioning. In addition, it encourage activities and lifestyle changes that can help prevent further injury and improve overall health and well being. Our mobile physiotherapy service provides primary care doctors an avenue to refer patients for physiotherapy, since it is considered a conservative approach to managing problems.
The following list identifies the major benefits of physiotherapy & mobile physiotherapy:
- Reduce or eliminate pain. Exercises and manual therapy techniques such as joint and soft tissue mobilization or treatments such as ultrasound, taping or electrical stimulation. After that treat you will receive pain relief and restore muscle and joint function to reduce pain. Such therapies can also prevent pain from returning.
- Avoid surgery. Physiotherapy will help you eliminate pain or heal from an injury, therefore surgery may not be needed. And even if surgery is required, you may benefit from pre-surgery physiotherapy. Similarly, if you are going into a surgery stronger and in better shape, you will recover faster afterwards in many cases. Also, by avoiding surgery, health care costs are reduced.
- Improve mobility. If you’re having trouble standing, walking or moving—no matter your age—physiotherapy can help. Stretching and strengthening exercises help restore your ability to move. After that a physiotherapist can or will properly fit individuals with a cane, crutches or any other assistive device, or assess for orthotic prescription. By customizing an individual care plan, whatever activity that is important to an individual’s life can be practiced and adapted to ensure maximal performance and safety.
- Recover from a stroke. It’s common to lose some degree of function and movement after stroke. Physiotherapy will help strengthen weakened parts of the body and improve gait and balance.
- Recover from or prevent a sports injury. Physiotherapists understand how different sports can increase your risk for specific types of injuries (such as stress fractures for distance runners). After that they can design appropriate recovery or prevention exercise programs for you to ensure a safe return to your sport.
- Improve your balance and prevent falls. When you begin physiotherapy, you will get screened for fall risk. If you’re at high risk for falls, therapists will provide exercises that safely and carefully challenge your balance as a way to mimic real-life situations. After that they will also help you with exercises to improve coordination and assistive devices to help with safer walking. When the balance problem is caused by a problem in one’s vestibular system, physiotherapists can perform specific maneuvers that can quickly restore proper vestibular functioning. This will help reduce and eliminate symptoms of dizziness or vertigo.
- Manage diabetes and vascular conditions. As part of an overall diabetes management plan, exercise can help effectively control blood sugar. In addition people with diabetes may have problems with sensation in their feet and legs. Physiotherapists can help provide and educate these patients on proper foot care to prevent further problems down the road.
- Manage age-related issues. As individuals age, they may develop arthritis or osteoporosis or need a joint replacement. Physiotherapists are experts in helping patients recover from joint replacement, and manage arthritic or osteoporotic conditions conservatively.
- Manage heart and lung disease. While patients may complete cardiac rehabilitation after a heart attack or procedure, you should continue to have physiotherapy if your daily functioning is affected. For pulmonary problems, physiotherapy will improve quality of life through strengthening, conditioning and breathing exercises, and help patients clear fluid in the lungs.
Click HERE to read how the Australian Physiotherapy Association explains the benefits of physiotherapy.