mobile physiotherapy

TRS offers Physiotherapy services, caring for patients of all ages with physical or intellectual disabilities, or those suffering from chronic disease.


Total Rehab Soultions provides in-home, community and in-clinic physiotherapy services for people of all ages and conditions. We work with our clients to assess their mobility and function, providing the appropriate rehabilitative and therapeutic approach to achieve the clients set expectations. Flexibility with mobile rehabilitative services allows care that best suits the client to reach their goals and improve their overall quality of life.

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NDIS Physiotherapist TRS In Home Care
NDIS Physio Exercises In Home Care
  • FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT
  • FALLS EDUCATION/ PREVENTION STRATEGIES
  • PHYSIOTHERAPY STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT LUNG & HEART CONDITIONS
  • POST-OPERATIVE CARE
  • BALANCE & STRENGTH TRAINING
  • ASSESSMENT & MOBILITY AID PRESCRIPTION INCLUDING EDUCATION
  • PAIN MANAGEMENT
  • TREATMENT OF VESTIBULAR CONDITIONS
  • + MORE!
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Common Questions About Physiotherapy

A physiotherapist is a university-trained allied health professional equipped with the skills of assessing, diagnosing and treating a variety of neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory and orthopaedic conditions.

A physiotherapist can help your condition by assessing you and formulating a correct diagnosis and actioning a specific treatment plan. Your treatment will vary depending on your condition. Treatment usually consists of exercise-based therapy, occasional hands-on treatment like massage or mobilisations, chest physio if indicated, and lots of education and advice about your condition or problem. They will provide you with tips and strategies to help improve your symptoms and manage your condition to improve your quality of life.

You can expect your physiotherapist to ask you a lot of questions and listen, so they can see how they might be able to help you. A detailed clinical and functional assessment follows, where the physiotherapist will want to see how well you can move, how strong you are, what your balance is like and any special tests that will aid in a specific diagnosis and treatment plan. They will want to see how well you function at home, like using the stairs or getting in and out of the shower to see if they can help in any way.

It will depend on what sort of problems or challenges you’re facing, but treatment usually consists of exercises to help your weakened and injured areas or exercises to improve things like your balance, fitness, and overall function. Occasionally a physio might use some hands-on treatment like massage, mobilisations and even stretching if they think it can aid in your recovery.

Sometime the treatments might leave you feeling a little tired or sore. If that is the case, it is important you let your physiotherapist know. That way, they can modify your treatment to ensure you are receiving the best care, all perfectly tailored to you.

At TRS, we pride ourselves on being a young and dynamic multidisciplinary team of highly motivated individuals wanting to improve the fragmented community sector. We pride ourselves on wanting to make the largest impact in your life, ensuring we get beneficial and meaningful results with our clients. Our highly skilled clinicians will always greet you with a warm smile and friendly hello, offering the best community-based service from Hervey Bay, as far down to the Gold Coast. Our focus is to provide industry-leading care in order to optimize the outcome of our patients.