Our Physiotherapy team offers intensive and individualised treatment programmes for participants with a variety of conditions including neurological and orthopaedic movement disorders. Rehabilitation can be undertaken individually or as part of a group to support long-term goals of safe balance, mobility, strength, and function assisting with a smooth transition back to home and community.
Physiotherapists at Alliance Rehabilitation are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), the national accreditation body. AHPRA members are regulated to ensure clinicians maintain current practice that is supported by the latest evidence-based practice.
Services provided by Physiotherapists include:
- Assessment and treatment of disorders affecting functional movement, including muscle weakness and atrophy, impaired mobility, balance, and coordination, falls risk, poor endurance and cardiovascular fitness, and pain. These disorders can result from neurological (e.g. stroke, spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s Disease) or orthopaedic (e.g. total hip replacements, fractures, osteoarthritis) conditions.
- Physiotherapy offers services to optimise the individuals’ capacity for safe and functional movement within the home and community.
- Assessment and provision of mobility and functional equipment such as walkers, walking sticks, tilt tables and standing frames and wheelchairs for participants who require assistance to safely move around in their home and/or the community.
- Education and training of family and carers to support good habits and rehabilitation strategies at home, especially with home programs, which is a large key to recovery.
- Contribution to admission and discharge planning as part of the Alliance Rehabilitation team to ensure a holistic approach during intensive treatment, and ongoing support and continuity when services cease.
Alliance Rehabilitation provides a range of health services: