Village Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Shellharbour

NDIS

Village Physiotherapy Shellharbour is a registered provider for the NDIS. We provide in clinic and home visits to not only the Shellharbour region but also the greater Illawarra where needed.

Seeking the support of a provider gives you the opportunity to reach your goals as set out in your plan. Our staff enjoy working with and caring for those with disabilities to help them move better, feel better and live better. We continue to work with a range of clients with varying disabilities including cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis and many more.

Through the NDIS we work under the heading of Therapy Supports. As a NDIS client your needs are individually assessed with a targeted treatment plan designed. Once assessed your program may include stretching, strengthening, and/or working on your balance and mobility. Our main aim in working with clients is to improve your overall function, quality of life and assist you in reaching your goals.

Fun is at the heart of all our programs. You will be an active contributor to your program and goal setting. As a result, we will help you achieve the ABILITY out of disability. So what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us today!

NDIS

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