Physiotherapy services we provide

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, plays a crucial role in disability services by addressing the physical limitations and functional challenges that individuals with disabilities may experience. Physiotherapists work closely with individuals to assess, treat, and manage their physical conditions, aiming to improve mobility, function, and overall well-being.

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What is involved

Physiotherapy disability services involves comprehensive assessments, individualised treatment plans, therapeutic exercises, manual therapy techniques, assistive devices, pain management strategies, education, functional rehabilitation, and collaboration with other healthcare professionals.

By addressing physical limitations and promoting functional abilities, physiotherapists support individuals with disabilities in achieving optimal physical function and enhancing their overall.

What we help with

Physiotherapists at Next Gen Care collaborate with NDIS participants to treat a broad range of conditions in areas such as:

Common Conditions

  • Pain
  • Incontinence
  • Stroke
  • Physical pain as a result of poor Mental Health

Chronic diseases

  • Diabetes
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Obesity


  • Developmental delays in children

Neurological conditions 

  • Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis


  • Helping with post surgery recovery
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Key aspects of Physiotherapy in Disability Services

Assessment Evaluation

Physiotherapists begin by conducting comprehensive assessments to evaluate the individual’s physical abilities, functional limitations, and specific needs. These assessments may include evaluating range of motion, strength, flexibility, posture, balance, coordination, gait, and other relevant factors. By understanding the individual’s unique physical profile, physiotherapists can develop personalized treatment plans.

Individualised Treatment Plans

Based on the assessment findings, physiotherapists develop individualized treatment plans that address the specific needs and goals of the individual with a disability. These plans incorporate a variety of interventions and techniques to improve mobility, promote independence, and enhance overall physical function. Treatment plans may include therapeutic exercises, manual therapy techniques, assistive devices, and adaptive strategies.

Therapeutic Exercises

Therapeutic exercises are a central component of physiotherapy for disability services. Physiotherapists design and prescribe exercises that target specific muscle groups, improve range of motion, build strength, enhance balance and coordination, and promote overall physical fitness. These exercises can be tailored to the individual’s abilities and may include activities such as stretching, strengthening exercises, balance training, and functional movements.

Manual Therapy Techniques

Physiotherapists utilise manual therapy techniques to address physical impairments and facilitate recovery. These techniques may include joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilisation, massage, and manipulation. Manual therapy can help improve joint mobility, reduce pain, increase circulation, and promote tissue healing.

Assistive Devices and Adaptive Strategies

Physiotherapists assess the need for assistive devices, such as walkers, wheelchairs, orthotics, or prosthetics, to enhance mobility and independence. They provide guidance on selecting and using appropriate assistive devices and may also recommend adaptive strategies to help individuals navigate their environment and perform daily activities more effectively.

Pain Management

Physiotherapists employ various techniques and modalities to manage pain associated with disabilities. These may include heat or cold therapy, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and therapeutic taping. Physiotherapists also educate individuals on self-management strategies to alleviate pain and promote optimal comfort.

Education and Home Exercise Programs

Physiotherapists provide education and guidance to individuals and their caregivers on proper body mechanics, postural awareness, and techniques for managing daily activities safely. They also develop personalized home exercise programs that individuals can continue independently to maintain progress and promote long-term physical well-being.

Functional Rehabilitation

Physiotherapists focus on improving functional abilities and helping individuals with disabilities regain or enhance their independence in daily activities. This may involve specific exercises and interventions aimed at improving mobility, transfers, balance, and other functional skills necessary for activities of daily living.

Collaboration and Multidisciplinary Care

Physiotherapists collaborate with other healthcare professionals involved in disability services, such as occupational therapists, speech therapists, psychologists, and physicians. They work together to provide holistic and coordinated care, ensuring that the physical, functional, and psychological aspects of disability are addressed comprehensively.

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