Disability Mobile Physiotherapy Western Sydney
Disability mobile physiotherapy in Western Sydney is provided by our team here at Allied Health 2U. Our physiotherapists are able to meet you at a place of your convenience providing mobile disability physio.
What can a disability mobile physiotherapy team help with?
Our disability mobile physiotherapy team Western Sydney are able to help individuals living with disability in Western Sydney to optimise function and improve their health.
Our Mobile physio will come to you in a place of your convenience!
There are a range of conditions that our physiotherapists are able to help with the management of the following:
- Genetic disorders
- Neurological conditions
- Intellectual disability
- Exercise for individuals with mental health conditions
- Post-polio syndrome
- and many more
Our physiotherapy team will be able to complete an assessment which is specific and tailored to the unique needs of each individual. Information will be provided on what physiotherapy treatments will entail and how to gain the most out of physiotherapy sessions.
What is involved in the assessment?
The assessment by our mobile physiotherapist will be specific for each individual however, in general, there are three key areas which will be assessed:
- Activity Limitation
- Participation Restrictions
All these three areas of assessment are key areas under the ICF- world health organisation framework.
Our mobile physiotherapist will usually complete the assessment in an environment which is comfortable and convenient for the individual receiving the treatment!
The advantage of completing the assessment in the individual’s own environment is that a specific treatment regime can be established which is unique to that individual in their everyday environment.
What is involved in the treatment and management?
Physiotherapy Treatment and management of individuals living with a disability will vary significantly depending on the nature of the disability. Treatment will involve specifically addressing the identified impairments in order to improve activity participation and increase participation in the community. Treatment will involve establishing SMART goals in collaboration with the individual. So what does SMART goals stand for? It stands for setting Specific, Measurable, Achievable and Realistic goals which are Timely.
Further, our physiotherapists are able to provide education to carers, support workers and other family members on the most ideal method to optimise outcomes.
Frameworks for support and the NDIS?
Allied Health 2U is a registered NDIS service provider. The NDIS, once it is fully rolled out, will provide about 460,000 Australians aged under 65, who have a permanent and significant disability with funding for supports and services. For more information on the NDIS or to see if you are eligible please follow the corresponding links.
How to reach our disability mobile physiotherapy western team?
You can reach our mobile physiotherapy western Sydney team by contacting us directly on 0424886443.