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What is the NDIS?

The National Disability Insurance Scheme is the most significant change to our healthcare system since the introduction of Medicare. It helps provide funding for people aged between 7 and 65 with permanent and significant disability, allowing access to reasonable and necessary supports to help live an ordinary life. Please read here for more information:

Am I eligible?

Please answer some simple questions to see if you qualify here:

Do you support NDIS clients?

Yes. We are one of the first accredited providers in the Blue Mountains and have been managing clients under the NDIS since early 2017. All our physiotherapists have extensive experience in providing services to help participants all of the NDIS reach their physical, functional and life goals.

Do you offer mobile service?

Yes. As part of our dedicated service, we offer mobile visits to wherever is most convenient to our clients, whether that be in their home, work, school, etc.

What if my goals require more than a home visit to achieve?

Our clinic is fortunate to have world-class facilities allowing us to provide an array of services. Should your condition require more technical equipment, or specialised hands-on treatment, we can provide this in our spacious private treatment rooms. Many of our cleints also enjoy the benefits of our private rehabilitation studio, offered exclusively to existing clientele only. Unlike traditional gym-like settings with hectic open space and high-levels of traffic; our studio affords a more tranquil setting, providing for a calm and soothing environment.

What if I'm over 65 years of age?

People with disability aged over 65 are not eligible for NDIS funding, but can potentially receive supports via the government agency:

How do I get started?

If you are eligible for NDIS funding, then start by filling in our enquiry form here. Our admin staff will then be able to help you organise any necessary paperwork and organise an appointment. Alternatively, contact us on 02 4784 2733. We will begin by booking a one-hour initial assessment to develop a plan for your ongoing care.


  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Amputees

  • Parkinson's Disease

  • Intellectual Disability

  • Genetic Conditions

  • Muscular Dystrophies

  • Spinal Cord or Drain Injury









  • Strengthening Programs

  • Education

  • Joint Mobilisations

  • Soft Tissue Massage

  • Stretching

  • Assistance of with Aids, i.e. crutches, splints, sticks, etc.