What are women and men’s health physiotherapists?
What conditions are commonly treated?
Women’ Pelvic Health:
What to expect
- a detailed history of your condition
- real time ultrasound
- lumbo-pelvic muscle function
- diagnosis and treatment planning and goal setting.
Treatment may include:
NGP is NDIS Certified
So what does that mean to our NDIS clients?
There are several benefits that can be provided to patients who are participants in the NDIS program:
Access to NDIS funding: Participants in the NDIS program often receive funding under the section of Improved Health and Wellbeing for physiotherapy. As Next Generation Physiotherapy is an approved provider, they can invoice NDIS directly. The NDIS certified physiotherapists will work with the participant, to come up with some short-term and long-term goals that are achievable and importantly measurable.
Assurance of quality services: NDIS certification requires physiotherapists to meet certain quality standards and criteria, which can provide assurance to our NDIS patients that they are receiving high-quality services.
Tailored treatment plans: Our NDIS patients have unique needs and goals, and physiotherapists who are NDIS certified are trained to develop treatment plans that are tailored to the individual needs of each participant.
Collaboration with other healthcare providers: As NDIS patients often receive services from multiple healthcare providers, being NDIS certified means we are trained to work collaboratively with other healthcare providers to ensure that participants receive coordinated and comprehensive care.
Overall, gaining NDIS certification means we can provide NDIS patients with access to funding, high-quality services, tailored treatment plans, and coordinated care with other healthcare providers, which inturn can improve our patients overall health and wellbeing. Something we care deeply about.