PhysiotherapyReservoir

Our physiotherapists based in our Reservoir clinic can help adults and children improve movement and function by addressing pain, injuries, impairments and functional limitations through a range of techniques including hands-on and exercises.

Reservoir Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a versatile healthcare discipline that focuses on enhancing physical function in both adults and children. Our Reservoir physiotherapists are trained professionals who assess and treat a wide range of physical conditions. From issues like musculoskeletal problems, pain reduction, and mobility enhancement in adults to developmental delays, coordination difficulties, and muscle weakness in children, physiotherapy offers personalised treatment plans. Physiotherapies utilize a range of techniques including exercises, manual therapy, hydrotherapy and functional or play-based activities.

Physiotherapists can support people with sports injuries, chronic diseases, developmental challenges and disabilities. With the guidance of a physiotherapist, individuals of all ages can work towards achieving their unique physical goals and enjoying a healthier, more active life.

Physiotherapy offers a multitude of benefits for children, including those with disabilities. For kids, it can play a role in enhancing their physical development, improving their coordination, and strengthening their muscles. It aids in rectifying postural deviations, enhancing mobility, and offering pain relief, ensuring that children can enjoy their childhood to the fullest. For children with disabilities, physiotherapy becomes even more crucial. It provides tailored interventions that cater to individual needs, helping them achieve improved functionality and independence in daily activities.

Furthermore, it plays a significant role in building their self-confidence, promoting social interaction, and improving overall quality of life. Whether it's aiding a child in learning to walk or assisting another in refining motor skills, paediatric physiotherapy stands out as a fundamental tool in supporting the holistic development of children.

Healthcare funding types

NDIS

If you’re living with a disability, you’re probably familiar with the challenges of accessing the help you need. Not only can the required frequency of therapy can make paying fees unaffordable, funding provisions and onerous application processes can further delay treatment. At Soaring Health, we recognize the importance of accessing the therapeutic services you need, when you need them. As a registered NDIS provider, Soaring Health’s practitioners treat eligible participants under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). What’s more, our community coordinator and customer service team are well-versed in NDIS requirements and can help you to fast-track access to appropriate treatment.

Medicare

When you suffer chronic pain and persistent medical conditions, it can be hard to keep up with healthcare costs. Financial worries may cause you to forgo treatment that would relieve debilitating symptoms and improve your level of functioning and quality of life. At Soaring Health, we believe in removing barriers to you receiving the treatment you need. In the case of chronic pain lasting six months or more, we can provide fully bulk-billed treatment for up to five visits per year under Medicare’s Chronic Disease Management plan or CDM (formerly called an EPC), so you can access the treatment services you need, when you need them, without being out of pocket.

T.A.C

Motor vehicle injuries can vary in severity from minor to life-changing. At Soaring Health, we strive to resolve all injuries caused by transport accidents and collisions. The services available to TAC clients at Soaring Health have been purposefully selected and tailored to address the physical, mental and emotional effects of injuries caused by road trauma. Part of our dedicated community division, this program of services is also designed to relieve the financial burden of your accident and ensure that you receive the treatment you need, when you need it, without out-of-pocket fees. You can access our services through the TAC as soon as you have a claim number, meaning you can dedicate your full focus to making an efficient and satisfying recovery.

My Aged Care

Many people associate the Australian government’s My Aged Care program purely with practical assistance with daily tasks and activities. But if you’re aged over 65, you may also be able to access Soaring Health services such as physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and home services fee-free through My Aged Care provisions, to enable you to maintain or regain capacities necessary for daily living, and relieve pain and conditions that may otherwise compromise your quality of life. Depending on your circumstances, you may ask your case manager to request these services as part of your support package.

WORKSAFE

Workplace accidents causing serious injury can be devastating. One minute you’re earning a reliable income. The next you’re plagued by uncertainty over when, or even whether, you’ll be able to return to work – not to mention navigating daily life with pain and physical limitations and facing out-of-pocket medical costs or delaying necessary treatment until your claims are processed. Part of the answer to how well you’ll recover depends on receiving the treatment you need, when you need it, and having a collaborative and integrated team of healthcare professionals who can work together to optimise your recovery and support your return to work and daily life.

D.V.A

Serving to protect one's country is a significant human act, but it can lead to lasting physical and mental challenges for veterans. Soaring Health works with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs to provide veterans with comprehensive care at no cost to them, helping them return to civilian life. Eligible individuals can schedule an appointment by presenting their Veteran Card.

Modes of service

Providing this service in a modern and accessible clinic with fully-equipped facilities ensures that individuals can receive comprehensive and high-quality therapy that addresses their unique needs.

Clinic

Providing this service in a modern and accessible clinic with fully-equipped facilities ensures that individuals can receive comprehensive and high-quality therapy that addresses their unique needs.

We are committed to delivering our services to schools, kindergartens, and specialized care centers to ensure that participants and individuals with unique needs can access our specialized therapy services.

Community

We are committed to delivering our services to schools, kindergartens, and specialized care centers to ensure that participants and individuals with unique needs can access our specialized therapy services.

We provide therapeutic services for those unable to leave home due to health or mobility issues; bringing the necessary equipment and resources to their location.

Home

We provide therapeutic services for those unable to leave home due to health or mobility issues; bringing the necessary equipment and resources to their location.

Telehealth allows for the delivery of therapy services remotely, using technology to facilitate virtual sessions between therapists and participants.

TeleHealth

Telehealth allows for the delivery of therapy services remotely, using technology to facilitate virtual sessions between therapists and participants.

Available Services

  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (MSK)
    Our Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy services are designed to assess and treat conditions that affect your muscles, bones, and joints. Whether you're experiencing back pain, neck pain, arthritis, or a sports injury, we have the expertise to help you reduce pain and improve your physical function so you can get back to doing what you love.
  • Neurological Physiotherapy
    At Soaring Health, we offer Neurological Physiotherapy to help individuals who suffer from neurological conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, and multiple sclerosis. Our goal is to help you regain your physical function and independence, so you can soar to new heights in your daily life.
  • Paediatric (Kids) Physiotherapy
    For children, our Paediatric Physiotherapy services include fun and engaging activities to support development, address physical concerns, improve strength, coordination, balance and movement. We know that kids need therapy to be both effective and enjoyable, which is why we offer customized plans that cater to each child's unique needs.
  • Geriatric (Senior Health) Physiotherapy
    For our elderly clients, our Geriatric Physiotherapy services are designed to help you maintain your physical function and independence. Whether you're dealing with arthritis, osteoporosis, or balance issues, we have the expertise to help you soar to new heights of physical wellness.
  • General Women's Health Physiotherapy
    At Soaring Health, we also offer general Women's Health Physiotherapy services that are focused on women's health issues such as pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, and prenatal/postnatal care. We know that women's health needs are unique and we are here to help you achieve your health goals.
  • Sports Physiotherapy
    For athletes, our Sports Physiotherapy services are designed to help you recover from injuries and improve your physical performance. We'll work with you to improve your strength, flexibility, and balance so you can soar to new heights in your athletic pursuits.
  • Work-injury Physiotherapy
    We offer Work-Injury Physiotherapy to help individuals recover from work-related injuries such as back and neck pain, repetitive strain injuries, and musculoskeletal disorders. Our experienced physiotherapists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that incorporates manual therapy, exercise-based rehabilitation, and other evidence-based interventions. We work closely with employers and insurers to facilitate a safe and timely return to work. Contact us to learn more about our Work-Injury Physiotherapy services.

FAQ

  • What should I expect during my first visit to a physiotherapist?
    During your initial visit, one of our experienced physiotherapists will conduct a thorough assessment of your condition and create a personalized treatment plan based on your goals. This may involve a combination of manual therapy, exercise-based rehabilitation, and other evidence-based interventions to help you achieve optimal physical function.
  • How long does a physiotherapy session usually last?
    The length of a physiotherapy session can vary depending on your individual needs and treatment plan. Typically, a session may last between 30 and 60 minutes.
  • Do I need a referral from my doctor to receive physiotherapy services?
    In most cases, a referral from a doctor is not required to receive physiotherapy services. However, if you are seeking treatment for a specific condition that is covered by your insurance, Transport Accident Commission or workers' compensation, you may need a referral to ensure that your treatment is covered. You may also obtain a referral from your GP for the management of chronic diseases (care plan).
  • What types of conditions can physiotherapy help with?
    Physiotherapy can be beneficial for a wide range of conditions, including sports and work-related injuries, back and neck pain, arthritis, stroke, and other neurological conditions.
  • How many physiotherapy sessions will I need?
    The number of sessions required will depend on the nature and severity of your condition, as well as your treatment goals. Our physiotherapists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan and provide an estimate of the number of sessions required to achieve your goals.
  • What is the difference between Chiropractic and physiotherapy?
    Chiropractic focuses primarily on the alignment of the spine and the manipulation of the vertebrae to improve the functioning of the nervous system. Chiropractors use spinal adjustments, manual therapy, and other techniques to improve joint mobility and relieve pain.

    Physiotherapy, on the other hand, is a broader field of healthcare that uses a variety of techniques to address musculoskeletal conditions, including joint mobilisation, soft tissue mobilisation, exercise therapy, and electrotherapy. Physiotherapists work with patients to develop individualised treatment plans to restore function and movement, manage pain, and prevent injury.

    While both chiropractors and physiotherapists can address similar conditions, such as back pain or neck pain, they may use different techniques and approaches to achieve similar outcomes. Chiropractors may focus more on spinal adjustments, while physiotherapists may use a broader range of techniques to address both joint and soft tissue issues.

    It's important to note that both chiropractors and physiotherapists are regulated AHPRA primary healthcare professionals who undergo extensive training and are held to high standards of care. If you're experiencing musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction, you may benefit from seeking care from either a chiropractor or a physiotherapist, depending on your individual needs and preferences.
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