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Physiotherapy and the NDIS

Physiotherapy can help you in great ways in your personal, social, academic, and professional lives. Engaging a physiotherapist may be very beneficial to your health and wellness, as well as give you the tools you need to accomplish your goals, whether you require short-term or long-term support.


What is NDIS Physiotherapy?


A person’s capacity to move and function is improved through the use of physiotherapy, a type of therapy and rehabilitation. In order to practise as a physiotherapist in Australia, one must have a university degree and register with the agency (AHPRA).They are experts in the examination and treatment related to the anatomy and physiology of the human body.


People who need treatment for conditions like physical impairments, strokes, brain injuries, cerebral palsy, and neurological diseases may benefit from physiotherapy.


Physiotherapy funding through the NDIS


The NDIS may pay for physical therapy as a means of delivering individualised treatment, managing health and wellness, and assisting participants in reaching their goals. Your goals and what the NDIA deems to be reasonable and necessary will be used to determine how much funding you will be given for physiotherapy. If physiotherapy has been approved for NDIS funding, it will be assigned to “Improved Daily Living” under the category of capacity-building supports.


Any goals you may have must be accompanied by supporting documentation in order for the NDIA to consider funding your physiotherapy.


Your supporting materials should mention your goals and show how physiotherapy will assist you in achieving them over the course of a year. They should also contain an evidence-based report from a licenced professional physiotherapist.


The report needs to contain:


  • A breakdown of the number of support hours required to accomplish each of the 12-month plan’s goals.
  • Information on how your daily life is affected by your condition and how NDIS physiotherapy can help you get past these obstacles.
  • How the support would be seen as reasonable and necessary.
  • How well it offers value for the money.
  • Any previously employed tactics and their results (for an annual plan review).


You should take into account any potential additional funding you might require along with your request for therapy funding, covering things like physiotherapist commute time, documentation, and equipment installation.


Does NDIS Physiotherapy Really Help?

Participants can benefit greatly from the work of a physiotherapist. They can collaborate with you to create the best possible treatment plan and support system that will increase your independence and quality of life. They can assist you with setting and achieving professional, recreational, and social goals to enhance or preserve your current skills and talents.


How Complete Connect Can Help


Dealing with an impairment, whether it be physical or mental, is difficult for everyone involved and calls for a variety of skills and knowledge to fulfill the needs of the person living with it. As a result, Complete Connect is constantly exploring new ways to enhance people’s social inclusion while also allowing them to move and develop without experiencing any pain.


Regardless of physical or mental condition, empowering people to be active and independent is essential for maintaining their individuality.


Complete Connect is pleased to provide their clients with top-notch NDIS Physiotherapy services. Their disability support services are tailored to each individual’s needs, innovative, and mindful towards their physical and psychological conditions.


Get in touch with them right now to learn more about how their excellent physiotherapy services can help you or a loved one.



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