NDIS PHYSIOTHERAPY BRISBANE
REFINE PHYSIOTHERAPY AND PILATES ARE PROUD TO BE NDIS PHYSIOTHERAPY PROVIDERS
NDIS physiotherapy is a government funded insurance scheme and is now a new way of providing support for Australians with a disability, their families, and carers.
At Refine Physiotherapy, our aim is to empower individuals living with a disability to achieve their functional goals.
We strive to work collaboratively with all people involved in patient care, ensuring the best outcome for NDIS physio participants.
We can help participants to achieve greater independence, improved well-being, and allow them to be involved in the greater community.
OUR NDIS PHYSIOTHERAPY EXPERTS ROUTINELY SEE PATIENTS WITH
IN ORDER TO ACCESS NDIS PHYSIOTHERAPY BRISBANE SERVICES, THERE ARE A FEW STEPS THAT NEEDS TO BE TAKEN:
ALREADY APPROVED BY NDIS
If you are already approved by NDIS, all you need to do is call us at (07) 3216 1330 and book an Initial Physiotherapy Consultation.
Please make sure you notify us that you are NDIS approved, provide us with your name, your NDIS registration number and how your fund is being managed.
You and your NDIS physio will then be able to work out a service agreement / plan at your first appointment!
If you are unsure whether our practitioners can help you, please call and ask to speak to our NDIS registered physiotherapy team members. We are always happy to chat with you about the services we offer and how we can help you!
As NDIS Physiotherapy providers, we service areas including Bowen Hills, Fortitude Valley, Hamilton, Newstead, Spring Hill, Clayfield, Windsor, and Lutwyche.
Or we can also come to your through our Refine Home Health Service! We service Brisbane-wide.
What can a NDIS physiotherapist help with?
• Improving mobility
• Developing muscle tone
• Reducing pain
• Becoming stronger
• Assessing & diagnosing injuries
• Preventing & managing injuries
Why choose a NDIS registered physiotherapy specialist?
Our NDIS physio Brisbane team uses various techniques to help a patient become more independent, reducing pain, and developing muscle tone. By managing pain, a patient can begin to return to life as normal and partake in physical and social activities.