Connect Allied Health physiotherapists are registered with the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
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Physiotherapy for Children

Children have specific needs relating to their physical development. We are committed to optimising a child’s movement by maximising muscle and joint function in the growing body.

Connect Allied Health Physiotherapists:

  • Support infants and children with a range of medical conditions including gross motor delay, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy and Acquired Brain Injury.
  • Work with children and their families to improve gross motor skills, such as sitting, standing, and walking and improve flexibility, strength, and endurance.
  • Develop, implement and modify individual therapy plans.

Your child may benefit from physiotherapy if they:

  • Feel ‘floppy’ or ‘stiff’ with handling.
  • Do not tolerate ‘tummy time’ well by 4 months of age.
  • Are not sitting by 9 months, not trying to stand up by 12 months and not walking by 18 months.
  • Have an unusual walk or foot posture.
  • Are clumsy with gross motor skills (running, jumping or ball skills).

We can visit your home, school or kindergarten.

Physiotherapy for Adults

Connect Allied Health physiotherapists are passionate about improving mobility, independence and quality of life, and are qualified to work in partnership with clients with a variety of medical conditions, including stroke, neurological disease and frailty to:

  • Restore, maintain and improve mobility and movements.
  • Increase physical endurance.
  • Manage and reduce pain, including in relation to chronic diseases.
  • Alleviate muscle rigidity and inflammation of nerves and conjunctive tissues after illnesses, traumas, and injuries.
  • Treat and manage posture and gait disorders.
  • Prevent falls.
  • Treat back and joint pain.
  • Maximise physical and functional abilities.

You may benefit from physiotherapy if you:

  • Have sustained an injury.
  • Have muscle and joint weakness and aches.
  • Have difficulties balancing or are at risk of falling.
  • Would like advice regarding exercise or improving strength, fitness or flexibility.

We can visit your home or residential aged care facility.

Speak to our Physiotherapist’s today

Phone : 0400 590 831

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