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- A doctor’s referral; and,
- Your claim number.
If you have a plan already in place, please call to discuss how Neurospace can work with you to reach your goals. If you still in the planning stages, we can also discuss what services are available in the community that may be of benefit to you.
As a registered provider, we can bill directly to the NDIS for your services or you can chose to self-manage your plan or have someone manage your plan for you. We also work closely with other providers to provide you with the best care.
There is an additional charge for home visits due to the extra time required to travel to a home or care facility. Please contact us to discuss external visits in greater detail.
NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONSNeurospace has a special interest in helping people with movement problems due to damage to the nervous and/or sensory systems. This problems may include difficulty with activities such as walking, getting out of a chair or using the arms and hands.
Neurospace therapists assess difficulties and movements in order to offer interventions that assists with neurological conditions including:
- Dizziness and vestibular issues
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Traumatic brain injury
- Recovery from neurosurgery
- Motor Neurone Disease
- Peripheral neuropathies (damage to nerves of the peripheral nervous system)
- Muscular dystrophies
- Cerebral palsy
- Spinal cord injury
Often older people stop participating fully in life’s activities due to a range of factors, such as illness, pain, and falls . We can assist with the restoration of physical abilities to maximise independence. We offer a range of groups to support individual assessment and management.These include a balance group, walking group, hydrotherapy (reconditioning).
- Recent hospitalisation
- Joint replacement
- Heart conditions
- Lung conditions
- Falls and unsteadiness including fear of falling
Neurospace has a good track record for assisting people manage chronic pain and neuralgic pain. People with chronic pain may be physically deconditioned and have other health issues that need concurrent management.
Our holistic approach can include gentle hands-on work, use of cold laser therapy, and an exercise approach that takes you back to the fundamentals of movement. We always seek to address the cause of the pain and consider underlying pain mechanisms in our treatment approach. Small group work can be used as adjunct to individual work or help progression to community programs. This is offered with our ‘Core Essentials’ classes and hydrotherapy.