Physiotherapists support people of all ages and abilities accessing the NDIS to maintain and restore movement and functional ability. At Therapy Inclusive, our Physiotherapists can work with clients accessing the NDIS to set client-centred goals, assess what skills they currently have and determine how to further develop their skills in order to achieve specific goals.
Physiotherapy aims to improve mobility, facilitate the natural healing processes of the body and reduce pain. Physiotherapists have been trained in understanding the formation and movement of the human body. As a result, those accessing physiotherapy with NDIS funding will be able to enjoy a higher quality of life and a greater level of independence.
Our Physiotherapists understand the importance of tailoring a program to each individual, ensuring that allowances are made for any underlying health issues or specific limitations.
Many people assume physiotherapy is for when you’ve pulled a muscle in your back lifting something that was too heavy or for when you’ve injured your knee playing football. Physiotherapists can be highly beneficial for those suffering from these kinds of injuries. Physiotherapy can also help those who may be suffering from chronic health problems, resulting in difficulties with mobility or movement. It often involves routine exercises designed to support and strengthen the affected part of the body. Physiotherapy may also incorporate the use of physical aids and include general lifestyle advice.
When a person’s mobility is impacted, they can benefit from utilising their NDIS funding to improve strength, improve mobility, as well as improving balance and increasing overall independence. A physiotherapist can also assist with assessing and prescribing assistive technology, by completing applications to the NDIS for suitable mobility aids to assist with increasing independence.