Treatment and management is available for all patients in need of specialised, intensive and individualised rehabilitation therapy. Our team are experts within their chosen areas of interest and are dedicated to ensuring the patient achieves their absolute physical potential.


Allied Health Services Australia is committed to the comprehensive delivery of the highest quality of care using current, evidence-based physiotherapy practices to assist in the treatment of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Our skilled physiotherapists offer a variety of treatment methods to help restore and maintain optimal physical function and mobility, providing you with customised and tailored exercise programs to allow you to continue and aid with self-management.


An intensive 1:1 program of physiotherapy intervention aimed at reducing falls rates and improving the patient’s general functional ability. Treatment consists of individualised functional strengthening and balance programs, delivered as 2-3 treatment sessions per week. Mobility therapy is designed to ensure that the patient maintains their capacity to remain independent and mobile, subsequently reducing the patient’s reliance on mobility aids. The maintenance of the patient’s functional capacity will reduce the risk of falls and the typical downhill spiral of health complications commonly directly related to their occurrence.


Pilates is a form of strength and flexibility training that may be performed by someone at any level of fitness. Pilates is a body conditioning routine that helps to build flexibility, strength, endurance, and coordination in the legs, abdominals, arms and back. Within the clinical setting the individualised routine is designed to significantly assist the patient’s specific, acute or chronic condition, and provide relief from pain whilst improving function.


Hydrotherapy is an effective treatment performed one on one with the physiotherapist within a heated pool. This therapy is often used during key stages of rehabilitation to enable treatment gains that may not have been achieved as quickly via conventional clinic based rehabilitation. Hydrotherapy is fantastic for regaining function post injury or orthopaedic surgery, whilst its benefits for pain relief from chronic conditions such as arthritis or back pain are remarkable. Often this form of physiotherapy is used regularly to promote mobility and improve/maintain physical function for those patients who are experiencing significant disability or neurodegenerative disease.


Dry needling is the use of fine solid needles for therapy of muscle pain, spasm or tonal dysfunction. It is sometimes also known as intramuscular stimulation. Dry needling may be effectively used for the treatment of back pain, headache, migraine, and sports injuries. In the hands of a skilled practitioner, dry needling can be used in most cases with equal or better effect than other manual techniques currently being used. Your physiotherapist will indicate whether this treatment may be of benefit to you.


No matter what the clinical requirement, our physiotherapists have the expertise to correctly prescribe and organise complex clinical equipment including, but not exclusive to: paediatric and adult power/ manual wheelchairs, pressure care equipment, walkers and other medical aids. Having close and longstanding relationships with suppliers for many years has enabled RAH to offer a level of service and supply of equipment in the most efficient and exacting manner. Thorough knowledge of equipment needs and assessment though years of experience allows patients to be prescribed the most relevant choices, mindful of rehabilitation and ongoing use. Government funding for equipment will be accessed where appropriate e.g. MASS, RAP.