Physiotherapy

Uniquely tailored Physiotherapy for people with Acquired Brain Injury and other Neurological Conditions

 

At ONE Rehabilitation Service, Physiotherapy can assist you to regain your mobility and improve your physical function.

Regardless of how long ago you experienced your injury, if you are finding it difficult to move like you used to or participate in activities that you enjoy, physiotherapy may be able to help you. We provide a holistic step by step approach that can assist you with:

  • Balance and walking retraining
  • Improving arm and hand function
  • Muscle weakness or tightness
  • Dizziness or blurred vision
  • Headaches and pain management
  • Poor balance or coordination
  • Fatigue management

Physiotherapy can help you to get back to moving the way you want too after experiencing an acquired brain injury or other neurological condition.

“Physiotherapy sessions can be held at our clinic, at home, the gym or anywhere in the wider community”

 

We provide a person-centered approach to ensure each Physiotherapy program is tailored to your individual needs. Our therapists help you to set and achieve your plan and goals.

Download our Physio Broschure here. 

 

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy, also called “physical therapy”, is the treatment to restore, maintain and make the most of a person’s mobility, function and well-being to improve their quality of life.

Benefits of physiotherpay 

N

Improved mobility and physical activity

N

Increased participation in hobbies and sports

N

Increased strength, balance and fitness

N

Improved mental health

N

Increased independence in daily activities

N

Reduced pain levels

N

Increased community access through increased mobility

N

Reduced risk of health problems such as heart disease, diabetes and obesity related diseases

N

Reduced risks of joint, muscle and neural injury

Our Physio Programs provide:

 

 

  • Mobility assessment and retraining
  • Balance assessment and retraining
  • Body awareness and movement retraining
  • Spasticity and contracture assessment and management
  • Muscle strength assessment
  • Development of gym programs to assist with improving exercise endurance and strength
  • Fatigue management
  • Vestibular assessment and management of dizziness, vertigo and headaches
  • Pain management and education
  • Carer/family and staff education and training

Our team of Physiotherapists

Nicolette Alberts

Nicolette Alberts

Principal Physiotherapist

TRISTAN CLEMENTS

TRISTAN CLEMENTS

Clinical Lead of Concussion Services & Senior Physiotherapist

Jess Skowronski

Jess Skowronski

Senior Physiotherapist

Julian Sartoretto

Julian Sartoretto

Physiotherapist

Lucy Clutterbuck

Lucy Clutterbuck

Physiotherapist

Get in Touch

65 Anzac Highway, Ashford SA 5035