Mobile Community Services.

Our passion is to help, enable and empower our clients to live enriched and meaningful lives. Our Physiotherapists, Podiatrists and Occupational Therapists enjoy their work and we believe it shows in the quality of service we provide. We partner with home care providers and NDIS participants to make people’s lives better.

We work with you to create a tailored plan, treatment and support system delivered to you on time and with compassion. Our hands-on approach will get you back to doing what you love quickly.

We have increased focus on a restorative approach that ensures wellness and enablement. We work with our seniors to optimise function and provide transition care designed to improve independence, confidence and mobility after a hospital stay.

We also offer physiotherapy for seniors experiencing reverse and/or slow function decline – For example arthritis, respiratory conditions, neurological conditions (stroke), falls and balance disorders, back, neck and shoulder pain.

Physiotherapy Services include but are not limited to:

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

  • Manual therapy including massage, soft-tissue mobilisation, and joint mobilisation
  • Spinal and core rehabilitation
  • Postural training

Parkinsons Therapy

  • Improved posture, mobility and balance
  • Increased muscular strength and flexibility
  • Increased coordination and muscular control

Pre and Post-operative Rehabilitation

  • Mobility and gait pattern
  • Independence within the home including stair climb and descent

Neurological Rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation programs to regain function
  • Rehabilitation programs to improve balance and prevent falls
  • Help to access venues such as pools, gyms, and community centres
  • Assist in sourcing equipment to aid recovery

Podiatry Services include but are not limited to:

General Treatment
A consultation where the patient requires general maintenance or has a specific condition that requires treatment.

Diabetic Foot Assessment
Clinical assessment to determine neurological and vascular changes in the diabetic foot.

Nail Surgery (Partial & Total Nail Avulsion)
A surgical procedure performed under local anaesthetic for the removal of ingrown toenails. This quick and easy procedure provides a solution to ingrown toenails.

Biomechanical Assessment
An investigation into the function of the lower limb. It is used to identify factors contributing to pathologies associated with walking and running.

Orthotic Therapy
Functional foot orthotics are designed to support, align and improve the function of the feet and lower limbs during gait. Orthotics apply forces in certain areas that alter movements and reduce tissue stress. Accommodative orthotics are used to improve skin and tissue viability or off-load painful pressure areas.