Our Physiotherapists specialise in complex neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation so we can provide you with the highest level of service and care.
There are several reasons why you may benefit from seeing a Physiotherapist, these include:
We collaborate with clients and take the time to get to know your body. We develop unique and personalised plans that support you to reach your goals.
Our expert team are here to make you feel better and support your recovery journey so you can live comfortably and get back to what you love sooner.
Our Physiotherapists are highly skilled, and can provide:
Also available via telehealth Australia wide
We understand acquiring Spinal Cord Damage is a life-changing experience. It’s something that affects every part of life from the physical to the mental, social, and economic, with the journey back to independence often being a challenging one. That’s why we have a Peer Support team. A group of passionate individuals who have lived experience with a Spinal Cord Injury and are there to support you and your family.
We provide practical, non-clinical and non-judgmental advice. From managing your mental and physical health, achieving independence, maintaining relationships and more. Our Peer Support team pride themselves on providing honest and helpful advice, with no question being too personal or off limits.
To book a session with one of our Peer Support Officers, just click ‘Enquire now’ and complete the form.
Occupational Therapists support you to live independently, working with both the physical and social aspects of your life so you can get the most out of your rehabilitation journey. We work with you to set meaningful and achievable goals and together we work towards those goals so you can live the life you want, with choice and control.
There are several reasons why you may benefit from seeing an Occupational Therapist, these include:
Regular movement and exercise is an essential part of managing your physical and mental wellbeing.
Our Exercise Physiologists specialise in clinical exercise intervention for those with spinal cord damage. We work closely with you to prevent or manage acute pain, increase movement and mobility through exercise programs, physical activity education and movement modifications.
There are several reasons why you may benefit from seeing an accredited Exercise Physiologist, these include:
At Spinal Life, we take a therapeutic approach to recovery so we can improve your quality of life and help you achieve optimal health both in and out of the gym.
We offer a specialised approach for people with a disability and understand the unique needs and requirements you may have. We work closely with you to understand your stage of recovery and support you along the way.
Also available via telehealth Australia wide
Our social workers specialise in disability support and can assist you with problem solving in your everyday life by engaging with the right supports and systems to address life challenges, and assist you to build on your strength, networks, and resources.
There are several reasons why you may benefit from working with a Social Worker, these include:
Food plays an important role in our physical and mental health and wellbeing. This is particularly true for those living with Spinal Cord Damage, due to the increased risks of developing medical conditions such as diabetes, elevated cholesterol or obesity, as well as increased risks for pressure sores. There is no ‘one-size fits all’ approach when it comes to food and nutrition, that’s why it’s best to seek advice from an accredited dietician.
There are several reasons why you may benefit from seeing a qualified dietician, these include:
Having the right nutrition information is one of the first steps towards achieving better health and wellbeing. Contact us today to find out how we can support your health journey.
We’re here to empower you to live the life you want through quality and professional In-Home Care and Personal Support services.
We’re here to make things easier for you. Here’s some of the ways we can help:
Our Supports Coordinators are here to bring your NDIS plan to life. We’ll guide you through the steps to execute your plan, as well as establishing the supports you need to achieve your goals.
There are several reasons why you may benefit from seeing a Supports Coordinator, these include:
With more than 60 years of experience in supporting people with spinal cord damage and other physical disabilities, you can be confident our team has the unique insights, expertise and understanding you need to help navigate and get the most out of your NDIS package.
At Spinal Life we provide specialist community nursing services dedicated to looking after your health and wellbeing. We work directly with you in one-on-one sessions, in the privacy of your own home and tailor your treatment to your specific needs, so you can spend less time in the hospital, and get back to doing what you love.
There are several reasons why you may benefit from seeing a Community Nurse these include:
Our Community Nurses are professionally trained to take care of complex needs or challenges you may have as the result of spinal cord damage/injury and other physical disabilities. Our nurses have extensive experience with spinal cord injury and can assist you with any need or requirement you may have as a result of your injury.
Get in control of your health with our Community Nursing services.
Spinal Life Australia’s Plan Managers help with the financial administration and management of your NDIS Plan so you can focus on what’s important. You still get to choose the supports and services that are a part of your plan and decide who you employ and how your services are delivered. We just take care of the financial side of your NDIS plan.
When partnering with Spinal Life as your Plan Manager, you can feel confident we’re following all the right processes and procedures required by law. We handle the administrative tasks, freeing up your time and reducing headaches so you can get back to what’s important.
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