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How to find a reliable NDIS Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta 12 Ada Street Harris Park NSW 2150
Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta 12 Ada Street Harris Park NSW 2150

Do you know how to find a reliable NDIS Physiotherapist?

Finding a reliable NIDS Physiotherapist is crucial to your recovery. Physiotherapists work closely with you on your rehabilitation journey. NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) participants can find a Physiotherapist through the following steps:
  1. NDIS Provider Directory: The NDIS has an online Provider Finder directory on their official website. You can search for physiotherapy providers in your area using the directory. This directory allows you to filter providers based on location, services offered, and their registration status with the NDIS.
  2. NDIS Support Coordination: If you have support coordination included in your NDIS plan, your support coordinator can assist you in finding a suitable physiotherapist. They can provide recommendations, connect you with relevant service providers, and help you navigate the process.
  3. NDIS Local Area Coordinator (LAC): If you have an NDIS LAC assigned to you, they may be able to provide information and referrals to physiotherapy services available in your local area.
  4. Recommendations and referrals: Seek recommendations from other NDIS participants, disability support groups, or healthcare professionals who are familiar with NDIS services. They may be able to provide suggestions or referrals to physiotherapists who have experience working with NDIS participants.
  5. Research and contact providers: Conduct online research to find physiotherapy clinics or providers in your area who offer services to NDIS participants. Check their qualifications, expertise, and experience in working with individuals with disabilities. Contact the providers directly to inquire about their services, availability, and whether they accept NDIS funding.
  6. NDIS participant networks: Engage with local NDIS participant networks, support groups, or online communities where you can connect with other participants who may be able to share their experiences and recommendations for physiotherapy services.
Once you have identified potential physiotherapy providers, it’s advisable to contact them to discuss your specific needs, verify their availability, confirm their understanding of the NDIS process, and ensure they can cater to your requirements as an NDIS participant. It’s also important to check if they are registered NDIS providers, as this may impact their ability to directly claim payments from the NDIS on your behalf. Remember, when engaging with a physiotherapist, it’s essential to communicate your goals, specific requirements, and any NDIS funding or plan details to ensure they can deliver appropriate services aligned with your needs.  

Mobile NDIS Physiotherapy:

The goal of Mobile NDIS Physiotherapy is to help improve a person’s ability to function and move around. It can include: Rehabilitation from surgery Muscle strains Chronic pain Injuries Recovery from stroke or heart attack Pain management plans Advice on managing conditions Home exercise programs Recommendations for mobility aids and equipment

There are several specialities within the Mobile NDIS Physiotherapy service:

  • General Physiotherapy
  • Pilates classes
  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Fitness-based rehabilitation
  • Massage
  • Dry needling
  • Hydrotherapy
What type of physiotherapy you’re given depends upon your condition. Your Physiotherapist will recommend a personalized treatment plan in their initial assessment based upon your condition.

NDIS Service Agreement

As per the NDIS provider guide lines, before Physiotherapy services can start, you’ll work with your physiotherapist to create a service agreement. It’s a written agreement that is created at your initial appointment. It outlines your plan to help you achieve your goals. The agreement includes how many treatments and the total costs. You both will sign the agreement and a copy will be sent to your plan manager (if you have one). Of course the service agreement can be modified and altered at any time. Remember you are always in full control of your NDIS plan.

What Happens in my First Appointment?

During your initial appointment, your Physiotherapist will take down your detailed medical history. They will also do a thorough assessment of you and your condition. This appointment is also where you develop your service agreement. Once you’ve completed this initial appointment and have signed your service agreement, you can start on your physiotherapy journey.

Benefits of Physiotherapy

Mobile service for NDIS patients in Parramatta Clinic based services Increased strength Increased flexibility The benefits of physiotherapy are countless, depending upon your condition and what your goals are.

Surgery Recovery and Avoidance

Physiotherapy after surgery is very common as it can help promote a fast recovery. It can also work to strengthen a person’s ligaments and muscles. The goal of the exercises you perform during your physiotherapy appointments is focused on promoting an easier and better movement of your body. You may not see or feel the results of physiotherapy immediately following surgery. Over time, you’ll begin to notice your body moving and feeling better. Physiotherapy supports a better recovery process post-surgery. There are times when you want to avoid a surgical procedure. A lot of people experience discomfort and pain in their life in areas like their knees or back. You can use physiotherapy to avoid going under the knife. Physiotherapy strengthens your tendons, muscles, and ligaments in the area you’re experiencing pain. It makes that area stronger, reducing the need for invasive surgery. Sometimes surgery can’t be avoiding. You can still go through physiotherapy treatments beforehand to strengthen that area. Being stronger before you have surgery will help decrease your recovery time.

Increased Mobility

Decreased mobility can occur for a variety of reasons:
  • Age
  • Injuries
  • Neurological issues
  • Joint conditions
Physiotherapy is vital in improving your body’s mobility. To improve your mobility and flexibility, your physiotherapist may use:
  • Muscle and ligament strengthening
  • Regular exercising
  • Massage
  • Pilates
You will also be able to maintain your body’s mobility for longer with physiotherapy.

Make an Appointment with your Mobile NDIS Physiotherapist today:

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