Our physiotherapists work with you and your child to help them with their gross motor and physical or movement skills.

We provide service to children and youth aged up to 12 years old who require physiotherapy for injury recovery, rehabilitation, gross and fine motor concerns, developmental delays or disability.

You can claim our services on private health insurance or through the NDIS.

Our physiotherapists are based in the Southern Victoria region. We have offices at Berwick, Narre Warren, Cranbourne and Pakenham. We can also work with you and your child in the clinic or at your home, school or pre-school.

Support through the NDIS

We deliver evidence informed intervention strategies, standardised assessments, report writing, funding applications and parent training to increase your child’s physical skills and confidence. We provide support to meet your goals in a fun and practical way that is easy to build in to your everyday routines.

We can help your child with:

  • Early movement skills – supporting your child to learn to roll, sit, stand and walk. You may find this useful if they are appear delayed in their development milestones.
  • Balance and co-ordination - helping your child to run, jump, climb and play. You may find this useful if your child tends to trip over a lot or is a little clumsy.
  • Playground skills – activities like throwing and catching, riding a bike, climbing and following rules so they can join in play with other children during informal games and organised sports.

We also offer specialist support for children with more complex physical difficulties, including:

  • Postural management and physical development-providing strategies and ongoing advice that you can incorporate in your family’s day to improve your child’s physical health and function.
  • Assistive technology assessment and prescription- conducting equipment trials and funding applications for items such as standing or walking frames, hoists, strollers and wheelchairs.

Support through support outside of NDIS

We can help your child with:

  • Gross motor development i.e. learning to sit, crawl, roll, walk etc.
  • School-age development – running, ball skills, jumping, hopping, skipping
  • Head Shape and Torticollis – plagiocephaly, brachycephaly and preferred head turns in babies
  • Orthopaedic Concerns – toe walking, intoeing, out toeing, flat feet, walking concerns, hip dysplasia, post-surgical management, rehabilitation, talipes (clubfoot), scoliosis
  • Injury management – back pain assessment, sporting injuries in young children, fracture rehabilitation
  • Assessment and therapy for disability services – ASD, Cerebral Palsy, ADHD, Global Developmental Delay, Genetic conditions

Have a question?

Please contact our Early Intervention & Therapy Service for more information, including funding options on 03 8793 4267.

eg. 04xxxxxxxx or 03xxxxxxxx

Need an interpreter?

We can arrange one for you at no cost. We use only professional and accredited interpreters to protect your privacy.

Confused about NDIS?

If you are unsure what the NDIS is or how you may be impacted, we may have the answers you need!  

Visit our FAQ on the NDIS

Compliments & Complaints

We like receiving feedback about our services because it helps us improve what we do.

Whether you would like to pay us a compliment or make a complaint we encourage you to tell us what's on your mind.

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