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Physiotherapy Treatment For Lifetime Care Participants

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

Physiotherapy Treatment For Lifetime Care Participants

Physiotherapy Treatment For Lifetime Care Participants plays a vital role in the comprehensive care of individuals requiring lifetime care due to significant injuries, chronic conditions, or disabilities. Patients who are involved in serios work place injuries (WorkCover) and serious motor vehicle accidents (CTP Claims) who require life time care are transferred to Life Time Care treatment under iCare.

The specific treatment approaches will depend on the individual’s unique needs, but here are some common aspects of physiotherapy treatment for lifetime care.

  1. Assessment and goal setting: A thorough assessment is conducted to evaluate the individual’s functional abilities, limitations, and goals. The physiotherapist will collaborate with the individual and their caregivers to establish personalized treatment goals and develop an individualized care plan.
  2. Mobility and functional training: Physiotherapy aims to maximize mobility and independence in daily activities. This may involve exercises to improve strength, balance, coordination, and range of motion. Techniques such as gait training, transfers, and assistive device training may also be incorporated to enhance mobility and functional abilities.
  3. Pain management: Physiotherapists employ various modalities and techniques to manage pain and discomfort. These may include manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, heat or cold therapy, electrical stimulation, and other specialized techniques to alleviate pain and improve quality of life.
  4. Assistive technology and adaptive equipment: Physiotherapists assess the need for assistive technology and adaptive equipment to enhance mobility and independence. They provide guidance on the appropriate use of mobility aids, orthotics, and prosthetics, and ensure proper fitting and training for optimal function.
  5. Respiratory care: For individuals with respiratory conditions, physiotherapy can include techniques to improve lung function, breathing exercises, airway clearance techniques, and education on proper positioning and ventilation support.
  6. Education and self-management: Physiotherapists educate individuals and their caregivers on self-management strategies, including home exercise programs, proper body mechanics, injury prevention techniques, and energy conservation strategies. They also provide guidance on managing potential complications and promoting overall well-being.
  7. Collaborative care: Physiotherapists work as part of an interdisciplinary team, collaborating with other healthcare professionals, such as occupational therapists, speech therapists, and doctors, to provide comprehensive care and address the individual’s diverse needs.
  8. Long-term monitoring and adjustments: Physiotherapy in lifetime care involves ongoing monitoring, reassessment, and adjustment of treatment plans to accommodate changes in the individual’s condition, goals, and functional abilities. Regular follow-up sessions help maintain optimal function and address emerging issues.

It is important to consult with a qualified physiotherapist who specializes in lifetime care to receive individualized treatment that addresses specific needs and goals. The physiotherapist will develop a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to the individual’s condition and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide holistic care.

Rehab for patients on Lifetime Care

We provide clinic and mobile based Physiotherapy services for Lifetime care claims in Parramatta and surrounding suburbs.
Before we can start providing you with treatment, one of our team members will speak to you regarding your injury to see if we are the best fit for your recovery. We also need to seek approval from your icare case manager or Rehabilitation Consultant before we can provide you with Physiotherapy services.

What you need:

  • Contact details for your Lifetime care claims manager
  • We will get in touch with your claims manager and organise the details

Other documents which will assist us in providing treatment:

  • GP or Specialist referral
  • Any recent updates from your specialist (if you are seeing one)
  • Hospital Discharge Summary
  • X-ray and scan results – if you have them

Other people we would like to speak with to assist you with Physiotherapy treatment:

  • Case manager from the insurance company
  • Rehabilitation Consultant
  • Your GP or specialist
  • Your employer

Do I have to pay for treatment?

If you have a claim number, we will bill the insurer directly and there will no out of pocket expense for you.

  1. Valid claim number from your insurance company required
  2. Approval letter or email for Physiotherapy from the insurance company
  3. Contact Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta. We will assist you with pain management and get you back on track as soon as possible.


Treatment is different for everyone. On our vist appointment, we will discuss with you what goals you would like to work on. And we will target our treatment to assist you to achieve those goals. Common treatments after a car accidents can include:

  • Rehab at home
  • Specific strengthening exercises after your surgery
  • Soft tissue massage
  • Manual therapy
  • Gentle joint mobilisations
  • Taping techniques
  • Education and advice
  • Posture management
  • Home exercises and stretches

Treatment time can vary from person to person depending on the severity of the car accident. Early diagnosis and treatment can be beneficial in reducing recovery time.

Conditions we deal with:

  • We treat all muscle and bone related injuries including but not limited to:
  • Injury to lower, middle and/or upper back
    • e.g. from a side impact accident, or if the accident occurred while your body is rotated
  • Lower limbs including hip, knee or ankle injuries
    • e.g. injury from the impact of the car stopping suddenly with your foot on the brake
  • Neck and whiplash related injuries
    • e.g. from a nose-to-tail accident, or side-impact accident
  • Upper limbs including shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand injuries
  • Headache, and headache related symptoms
    • e.g. post-concussion syndrome, cervicogenic headaches, or migraines
  • Post surgery rehabilitation

Service Area:

  • Clinic location: 12 Ada Street Harris Park, NSW, 2150. (Walking distance from Parramatta and Harris Park stations)
  • Mobile: Sydney wide

Contact Us:

Do you need assistance with your life time care Physiotherapy treatment? Experienced team of Physiotherapists with essential knowledge. You can call us anytime to have a confidential discussion with our expert Physiotherapists. For more information on how we can further assist you, please call our clinic number on 0479 080 800  or send us an email on [email protected] for further details. Our Physiotherapists are Medicare, NDIS, and Work Cover approved, specialising in injury management and rehabilitation to get you back on track.


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