Mobile NDIS Physiotherapy Providers

NDIS Physiotherapists Supporting People with Disability

Active Ability’s NDIS physiotherapists work with people with disability across Sydney. We focus on supporting people who have intellectual disability, mental illness and neurological conditions.

Our experienced and dedicated home NDIS physio team can see you in your preferred environment, whether that’s at home, work, school or a convenient local facility.

We don’t charge for travel or have a waiting list, so you can get started with your NDIS physiotherapist right away.

Our NDIS physios will take the time to get to know you, making sure they understand your health needs, as well as any cultural or lifestyle preferences you may have.

What is an NDIS Physiotherapist?

A functional movement expert, who works with people with disability!

An NDIS physiotherapist is a qualified, registered allied health professional. Physios help you manage physical difficulties resulting from illness, injury, disability or ageing to improve your movement and physical function.

Active Ability’s caring, experienced team provide physical treatments such as manual therapy, heat treatment, functional task training and exercise to help you achieve your goals.

Our mobile NDIS physios will complete an assessment and provide recommendations based on your goals, medical history and current function or fitness. We’ll then provide therapy and/or an exercise program, and teach you or your support people to complete it safely and effectively.

Active Ability are registered NDIS physiotherapy providers for clientele throughout Sydney’s Inner West, Eastern Suburbs, Sutherland Shire, Parramatta, Ryde, Blacktown, Penrith, Campbelltown, the Northern Beaches, North Shore and The Hills Shire.

Active Ability’s mission is to support people with disability to achieve optimal independence, health and quality of life.

Our physiotherapists are experts in body structure, function and movement. They work with people of all ages to treat various health conditions. Physiotherapy treatment is often aimed at restoring or maintaining mobility, function, and wellbeing, to foster your independence and ability to participate at work, home, school and in your community.

How can an NDIS physiotherapist help me?

Active Ability’s mission is to support people with disability to achieve optimal independence, health and quality of life.

Our physiotherapists are experts in body structure, function and movement. They work with people of all ages to treat various health conditions. Physiotherapy treatment is often aimed at restoring or maintaining mobility, function, and wellbeing, to foster your independence and ability to participate at work, home, school and in your community.

Meet the Active Ability NDIS physiotherapist team

Our dedicated team is university qualified allied health professionals with a special interest in providing treatment for people with disability.

Emma Leyten - NDIS Physiotherapist

Emma Leyten

Ella Regan-Lacey - NDIS Physiotherapist

Ella Regan-Lacey

Jessica Shi - NDIS Physiotherapist

Jessica Shi

Active Ability NDIS Physiotherapists

Tassnim Allam

How can we help?

If you need to find a NDIS physiotherapist experienced in disability, our caring, qualified team would love to work with you.

Our NDIS physiotherapists can help treat many things, such as:

  • Neurological conditions, like stroke, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis
  • Congenital conditions, such as cerebral palsy and Down syndrome
  • Recovery from injuries and surgical procedures
  • Rehabilitation after prolonged illness
  • Incontinence

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Your NDIS physio will discuss your health history, assess your current function, and devise an evidence-based treatment plan to suit your needs and goals.

Depending on what you’d like to achieve, your NDIS physiotherapist treatment might include:

Functional Task Training, such as gait and transfer practice
Exercise to improve your strength, coordination and posture
Use of heat, cold and electrotherapies to help with pain, stiffness and inflammation
Soft tissue techniques and joint mobilisation
Training your support people to assist with mobility and transfer
Education and advice about managing your condition
Balance Training
Stretching

If you’re new to NDIS, we understand that it can seem overwhelming. Our team is here to help, in whatever ways we can. The Active Ability team can assist you in understanding the NDIS, figuring out your eligibility and creating goals and a plan, that the NDIS may cover.

Our NDIS physiotherapists are experts in caring for people with spinal cord injuries, acquired brain injuries, physical and intellectual disabilities as well as neurological injuries.

We don’t charge for travel and we don’t have a waiting list, which means you can get started even sooner!

How does NDIS physiotherapy provider funding work?

Allied health and other therapy needed due to a person’s disability is funded by NDIS. This includes speech therapy, occupational therapy and physiotherapy.

The training of support people and carers in implementing health care plans is also covered by NDIS.

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Do you have NDIS Funding?

Services with an NDIS physiotherapist can be arranged through the NDIS Capacity Building funding category ‘Improved daily living’.

All Australian physiotherapists must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (AHPRA). This means they must be qualified, insured and meet ongoing requirements for recency of practice and continuing professional development.

Give us a call on (02) 8678 7874 or enquire below to find out more about our NDIS physio mobile service.

To learn more about our team or our NDIS physio home services, get in touch with us.

How to organise NDIS physiotherapist services with Active Ability

If you’d like more information before arranging your service agreement with Active Ability, contact us via the button below or call us on (02) 8678 7874 (Monday to Friday). One of our wonderful team members will gladly answer your questions.

If you’d like to get started with NDIS physio and are ready for a service agreement, please fill out our NDIS referral form via the link below.

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Along with NDIS funded physiotherapy, Active Ability provides

Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology

Dietetics

Dietetics