Physiotherapy services for optimal mobility
Smart Solutions Rehab Group is your NDIS-registered provider of Physiotherapy services across the Sunshine Coast, Fraser Coast, Gympie, Moreton Bay, and North Brisbane regions. Our qualified and experienced Physiotherapists utilise a variety of evidence-based treatment techniques to assist with all your joint, muscle and mobility-related needs.
Physiotherapy services to get you moving well
Our team of Physiotherapists are highly skilled in applying evidence-based practice to support you in the following areas:
- Optimise the way your body moves through exercise prescription, joint mobilisation, mobility training, gait training, and muscle strengthening
- Reduce healing time following muscle or joint injury, and aid in the recovery process by reducing joint stiffness and pain to improve overall joint health
- Prescribe mobility-related equipment and suitable Assistive Technology to improve your general mobility, and achieve your mobility-related goals
- Help you improve general fitness, coordination and balance, flexibility and range of motion
Tailored services to meet your needs
Assessments and reports
- NDIS access assessments
- NDIS plan review assessments
- Initial assessments
- Mobility assessments
- Assistive Technology assessments
- Falls assessments
Therapies and supports
- Therapy programs
- Rehabilitation programs
- Exercise programs
- Assistive Technology
- Falls prevention
- Manual handling
- Aquatic therapy
- Pain management
- Education, supports and skills building
Physiotherapy for NDIS participants
Physiotherapy is focused on maximising your independence and quality of life by optimising your mobility. Our NDIS therapeutic supports are designed to maximise potential, reduce the impact of impairments, and work toward individual goals. Our Physiotherapists possess in-depth understanding of the human body in terms of both structure and movement and will apply their clinical knowledge to help you realise your NDIS goals. Visit our NDIS page to find out more about how we can help you live your best life.
Physiotherapy for rehabilitation
Rehabilitation services help to maximise independence, assist recovery, or manage an existing condition. Our Physiotherapy rehabilitation services aim to put you back in control of your health by providing education, advice and support on how to best manage your condition and assist you to be as independent, strong and healthy as possible. Find out more about how we can help you with your rehabilitation needs.
Physiotherapy for seniors
SSRG Physiotherapists specialise in providing health solutions for older Australians, and are uniquely positioned to assist seniors with a variety of age-related changes, including the management of acute and chronic health conditions. Find out more about how our Physiotherapists can help you.
Flexible service delivery for choice and control
Our Physiotherapists will work with you in a location of your choosing:
Physiotherapy Sunshine Coast
SSRG is a trusted provider of Physiotherapy services across the Sunshine Coast. Our clients have the choice of seeing our Sunshine Coast Physiotherapists in our well-appointed Maroochydore clinic, via TeleHealth or in the comfort of their own home. As a local Sunshine Coast organisation, Smart Solutions Rehab Group is committed to providing quality services across the Sunshine Coast region.
Physiotherapy Moreton Bay
If you are looking for an experienced Moreton Bay Physiotherapist we can provide mobile services across the Moreton Bay region. See your dedicated SSRG Physiotherapist in the comfort of your own home anywhere in the Moreton Bay area.
Physiotherapy Brisbane north
Our dedicated team of Brisbane Physiotherapists are available to provide home-visiting appointments to clients living in the Brisbane north area. Servicing a wide range of Brisbane suburbs north of the river, SSRG's Brisbane Physiotherapy team is committed to providing quality services in the comfort of your home.
SSRG Physiotherapists are available to provide home-visiting services to clients living in the Gympie region. If you need an appointment with an experienced Gympie Physiotherapist simply call us today and we will arrange for one of our Gympie Physios to come to you.
Physiotherapists are degree-qualified clinicians who possess a comprehensive understanding of the structure, function and movement of the human body. They must also be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
A Physiotherapist can diagnose and treat a variety of health conditions arising from illness, disease, or injury. In circumstances where a person’s muscles, bones, nerves, or cardiovascular system are impacted, a Physiotherapist will use a variety of evidence-based techniques to help reduce healing time, improve mobility, optimise movement, and help increase fitness, strength, coordination and balance.
At your initial session your physio will ask you some questions to get a history (or understanding) of your condition and set some goals. The physio will observe you doing some basic movements like standing or sitting; they may need to use their hands to assist your movement and assess your muscles.
Your physio will likely then give you some more difficult tasks to assess your strength, coordination and balance. From here the physio can use this information to diagnose and create a plan to help you feel better.
Your physio can provide you with education about your prognosis and use evidence-based practice to help improve your condition. Commonly physiotherapists provide education and an exercise program, which can be modified and progressed as your condition improves.
Physios may also use manual (hands on) techniques, taping or bracing, or prescribe assistive technology (equipment) to help you achieve your goal.
Your Physio will also be able to modify your program should you experience setbacks along the way. You will usually receive a comprehensive treatment plan to empower you to continue your program beyond your session.
Again, this depends on why you have engaged a Physiotherapist. Generally, an initial assessment could take up to one hour, whereas for subsequent appointments a half hour is usually enough.