NDIS Physiotherapy

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Are you or a loved one living with a disability and in need of physiotherapy services?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is here to help. With the NDIS, individuals with disabilities can access funding for a wide range of support, including physiotherapy services tailored to their specific needs and goals.

Whether you require assistance with mobility, pain management, or rehabilitation after an injury or surgery, NDIS physiotherapy can provide the necessary support to help you reach your optimal physical function.

By being aware of the available options, you can make informed decisions and take full advantage of the resources provided by the NDIS to improve your health and quality of life.

 

What is NDIS physiotherapy?

NDIS physiotherapy can be a valuable tool for people living with disabilities in Australia. Funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), it provides access to qualified physiotherapists who can help you achieve your goals and live a more independent life.

The Australian government has strong safety and quality standards for qualified NDIS physiotherapists. At Your Story Physio, we provide physiotherapy treatments for patients with NDIS funding who are plan-managed and self-managed.

 

The benefits of NDIS Physiotherapy

NDIS physiotherapy is a type of therapy that uses hands-on treatment, exercise, movement, and education to help you manage your disability and improve your physical function. It can address a wide range of needs, including:

  • Improving mobility and strength
  • Managing pain
  • Injury prevention
  • Recovering from injuries or surgery
  • Living with neurological conditions
  • Enhancing balance and coordination
  • Promoting independence in daily activities

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Who is eligible for NDIS physiotherapy?

More than 4.4 million Australians have a disability, which can be permanent or temporary, affecting their sensory, motor, or mental functions. Various factors, such as trauma, accidents, disease, or genetics cause these disabilities.

To be eligible for NDIS physiotherapy, you must:

  • Be under 65 years old.
  • Be an Australian citizen, hold a Protected Special Category Visa, or be a permanent resident.
  • Live in an area where the NDIS service provider is available.
  • Have a permanent or significant disability that affects your mobility, strength, physical function or quality of life.

 

NDIS Physio can treat, assist, and guide people with a range of disabilities and chronic conditions, including:

  • Neurological disabilities
  • Physical disabilities
  • Stroke
  • Brain injury
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Alzheimer’s 
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Amputees
  • Chronic pain

Physiotherapists can provide various services and treatments to assist people with a broad range of conditions in improving their function, participating in their community, improving their well-being and daily living while becoming more independent.

 

NDIS physiotherapy services

The NDIS pays for a wide range of physiotherapy services and a range of techniques to help people with disabilities. These services could include, but are not limited to:

 

1. Functional assessments and evaluations

Comprehensive initial assessments to identify an individual’s physical abilities, limitations, and objectives.

 

2. Therapeutic interventions

Customised physiotherapy treatments designed to improve mobility, strength, coordination, and overall physical function.

 

3. Assistive devices and aids

Support for specialised equipment, devices, and assistive technology that improve mobility and independence.

 

4. Home exercise programs

Creating personalised training programs for home use to preserve and increase physical capacity.

 

5. Education and training

Individuals, families, and carers receive knowledge and training on exercises, techniques, and strategies for dealing with physical problems.

 

6. Therapeutic supports

Therapeutic supports can help enhance communication and language abilities, personal care, grooming, cleanliness, mobility, movement, pain relief, community participation, relationships, and interpersonal interactions.

Physiotherapy can be included in many aspects of your NDIS plan, either as core or capacity-building support.

 

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Final thoughts on NDIS Physiotherapy

NDIS physiotherapy is not just about providing physical therapy for individuals with disabilities; it’s about empowering them to reach their full potential and live the life they deserve.

With the support of the NDIS, individuals with disabilities can access the specialised and personalised care they need to improve their physical well-being and enhance their overall quality of life.

So why wait? Take advantage of this remarkable program and embrace the transformative power of NDIS physiotherapy today!

 

Book a Free Phone Assessment today, and one of our experienced physiotherapists will tailor a rehabilitation program to fit your needs.

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