If you have an injury, are recovering from surgery, or have a disability, our physiotherapists can help you regain movement and reduce pain through the use of manual therapies, exercise programs and other techniques.
We offer physiotherapy services to people living in and around:
Read more about physiotherapy on the Australian Physiotherapy Association website
Our occupational therapists visit you in your home to assess and advise you on ways to make it safer and more comfortable. This can include modifications such as installing grab rails in bathrooms, aids that make reaching objects easier, or making changes to the way you do tasks.
We offer occupational therapy services to people living in and around:
Read more about occupational therapy on the Occupational Therapy Australia website
Dietitians provide food and nutrition advice to help you prevent and treat illness and disease through an understanding of the relationship between food and health.
We offer dietetics services to people living in and around:
Read more about dietetics on the Dietitians Association of Australia website
If you need help with adjusting to changes in your life, or are having difficulties with illness, injury or relationships, our social workers can help you with education, advice and support.
There are many reasons why you might want to speak with a social worker:
We offer social work services to people living in and around:
Our exercise physiologists can help you to prevent and manage injuries and chronic diseases, such as diabetes, through the use of personalised exercise programs. We show you how to incorporate exercise in a way that suits your lifestyle, so you can reduce pain and improve your heart health, general health, and wellbeing.
We offer exercise physiology services to people living in and around:
Read more about exercise physiology on the Exercise and Sports Science website
Our podiatrists are qualified health professionals specialising in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of disorders, medical and surgical conditions of the feet and lower limbs.
We offer podiatry services to people living in and around:
Read more about podiatry on the Australasian Podiatry Council website
Our home aged care services are available to seniors over the age of 65, (or over 50 years for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders).
The cost of your services will be determined by your eligibility for the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) or a Home Care Package (HCP). Depending on your circumstances you may not need to pay anything at all. In some cases, you will be asked to pay a co-payment of $15 per hour.
If you’re not eligible for CHSP or a home care package, you can still access allied health services through Medicare, the Department of Veterans' Affairs, and privately funded services; where you meet the full cost of care yourself.
We provide services all over Queensland, from the Gold Coast to Far North Queensland. Find your nearest branch and the services they offer using our ‘locate a service’ finder.
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