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Total Rehab Solutions offers in home, mobile and in-clinic exercise paediatric physiotherapy services, caring for children and adolescents with physical or intellectual disabilities.

Total Rehab Solutions is delighted to offer paediatric physiotherapy services in a fun and developmental environment. Our highly skilled and specialised physiotherapists work with your child and the family to ensure an approach that reviews their development and overall fine and gross motor function.

Led by an experienced paediatric physiotherapist, our assessments focus on an evidence-based and in-depth approach to helping identify and diagnose movement and any developmental concerns. Our paediatric physiotherapists understand the importance of building strong relationships and creating a comfortable, positive and fun environment.

Our physiotherapists have expert skills in the assessment, identification, diagnosis and treatment of child development and movement difficulties. Throughout these assessments, we recognise that children think differently, are built differently, and move differently, so Total Rehab Solutions come in with a tailored and educated approach to optimise your child’s physiotherapy sessions and always add a splash of fun!

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  • Children with Neurological, Genetic, or Metabolic conditions affecting body movement, including: –
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Acquired Brain Injury
    • Spina Bifida
    • Muscular Dystrophy
    • Rett Syndrome
    • Angelman syndrome
    • Fragile X Syndrome
    • Down Syndrome
    • Williams syndrome
  • Support and advice on Assistive Technology
    • Mobility Aid Prescriptions
    • Wheelchair Prescriptions
    • Specialised Posture and Seating Equipment
    • Specialised Community equipment – Beach Wheelchair and Tricycles
    • Advice and education on Orthotics and Supportive Footwear
  • Global Developmental Delays (GDD)
  • Developmental Coordination Disorders (CDC)
  • Gross Motor Delays (all ages and stages)
  • Children with Chronic Respiratory Conditions
  • Children with Rheumatological conditions
  • Children recovering from surgery
  • Children with ASD diagnosis and associated movement difficulties
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Common Questions About Paediatric Physiotherapy

In Australia, Paediatrics & Child Health is centred on the health and medical care of neonates (birth to 4 weeks) to children of 17 years of age.Paediatric physiotherapist specialises in gross motor development and support children with various diagnosis and presentations affecting body movement and physical participation. They can assess, treat, and offer education and advice to improve body strength and coordination, achieve developmental milestones, and improve body awareness and confidence for full physical and social participation. They work together with the child’s caregivers to come up with achievable goals and work in partnership to enhance the child’s interaction and experience within their environment.

  • Global Developmental Delay (GDD)
  • Gross Motor Delay
  • Neurological conditions affecting movement
  • Genetic conditions affecting movements
  • Metabolic conditions affecting movement
  • Orthopaedic conditions
  • Mobility aid prescription
  • Positioning aid prescription
  • Daily Living Aid prescription

No, just contact our friendly admin team and book in an appointment. If further medical review is needed, your therapist will guide you through the process.

During the initial Physiotherapy appointment such assessments will be conducted;

  • Assess your child’s motor and overall development, using our observation skills, special measures, and specific hands-on assessment techniques
  • identify what your child is doing well, what they are having difficulty with, and why they are having difficulties, and then.
  • develop a treatment program in collaboration with you and your child, which aims to address your child’s difficulties and maximise their abilities.

Throughout the assessment there may be hands on Physiotherapy, educated about your child’s condition and how they can improve, implementation of activities and exercise to help your child’s progress. Liaison with other allied health professionals for referrals and support to providers.

Research has been conducted that shows early intervention can improve outcomes for children with developmental difficulties. If there are any questions or concerns your specialised Paediatric Physiotherapist can expand your knowledge and help understand any concerns you may have. You do not need a GP referral to see us here at TRS.