“Working together for your rehab solutions.”

Our aim is to provide quality care, through well-established processes and already recognised service provision, under an enhanced collaborative multi-disciplinary team initially involving; Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Exercise Physiology, Podiatry, Psychology, and Dietetics.

Our mission is simple, we want to work together with the greater medical community to provide the public with the ultimate rehabilitation solutions.

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Total Rehab Solutions In Home Care Sports & Spinal

How TRS can help you:

Regardless of your condition or diagnosis, our years of experience can help you live your best life. Since 1992 we have helped thousands of Queenslanders improve their quality of life and reach their personal goal. Whether it be to maintain independence and ability to perform activities of daily living, improve balance and mobility, reduce pain, rehabilitate post injury or manage a chronic condition. We are here to work WITH you and keep you progressing towards your ideal version of you. Our team is qualified and experienced in professional rehabilitation and allied health services of the highest standard. We love what we do and a passionate about helping out clients maintain their independence at home and within the community through in-home rehabilitative care.

Total Rehab Solutions Services Areas Sports & Spinal

TRS home-visit services the Sunshine Coast area from Caloundra to Noosa including the Hinterland, Brisbane areas: Redcliffe, North Lakes, Chermside and Woolloongabba, and the Gold Coast. Please contact 5322 5644 for more information and bookings.

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In-Home Team at Sports & Spinal

As a multi-disciplinary team, you can access the skills of our entire team as and when you need them:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Remedial Massage
  • Dietetics
  • Podiatry
  • Psychology

Alice Latham.

Neurological & Hip Rehab

Alice is a UK Qualified Physiotherapist, with over 5 years National Health Service experience. She has a Sports and Exercise Science degree from Loughborough University and completed a Masters in Physiotherapy at University of Southampton. She has experience working within acute, rehabiliation and community sectors. This includes general medical rehabiliation, orthopeadic rehabilitation both trauma and elective. As well as a specialist interest in Neurological rehabilitation, Stroke and elder care. She has completed Post Graduate Stroke rehabiliation training, fall practitioner training in the UK and has an invested interest in Parkinsons disease.

Alice has experience working within a community setting including nursing home, in home post-op care and in home neurological care as part of an Early supported discharge stroke team. 

Alice is as lover of all things active, getting outdoors and healthy living. She has been involved in competitive sports all her life, competing at national and international levels in Swimming, Running, Netball and most recently Triathlons. She has great interest and passion for rehabilitation and Exercise. She takes several exercise classes including, Move for Life, which includes balance rehabilaition, Neuro movers and Pilates. She also has experience and interest in Hydrotherapy.

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Annika Coyne.

Exercise Physiologist

Annika is an enthusiastic Exercise Physiologist with a passion for improving patients quality of life through movement. She has experience working patients that require specific strength, mobility and balance training to maintain independence and ability to perform activities of daily living safely, along with rehabilitating skeletal injuries and improving cardiovascular. She has experience working with patients in a various settings (hydrotherapy, in-home, gym based programming, rehabilitation in clinic) that meet her patients needs and assist them to better manage their condition.  She is committed to delivering high quality Exercise Physiology, prescribing the best rehabilitation plans based on her clients’ goals. Annika’s love of sport and exercise is what drives her passion for health and well-being.

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Ben Hones

Neck and Shoulder Rehab

Ben completed his Physiotherapy degree in New Zealand at the University of Otago in 2010. Since then he has treated a range of patients in private practice and has developed a clinical interest in the treatment of neck and shoulder conditions.

By supporting his practice with the latest evidence, postgraduate courses, and taking a holistic approach, he supports patients towards their individual goals.

He enjoys all things outdoors, with sporting interests including hiking, surfing, rugby, and martial arts.

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Blaise Stewart

Dietitian

Blaise completed her Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of the Sunshine Coast and is an Accredited Practising Dietitian registered with the Dietitians Association of Australia. Blaise prides herself on developing individualised achievable goals to foster long term health behaviours using evidence based nutrition science, advice and support. Blaise also has a keen interest in sports nutrition and can help athletes or every day gym goers increase health as well as optimise their performance and recovery. Blaise can assist with: Chronic pain & Inflammation, Diabetes, Cardio Vascular Disease, Digestive Health, Adopting a Mediterranean Diet and Sports Nutrition.

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Cassandra Kennett

General Physiotherapy

Recently relocated from Townsville, Cassie is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with a keen interest in sports rehabilitation and athletes of all levels. Her sports of choice are Crossfit, Olympic lifting and Gymnastics, which has given her a pointed understanding of functional movement, movement screening, and strengthening. She is passionate about providing people with specific treatments and exercise regimes relating to their goals and interests. Cassie is also a qualified Pilates Instructor. When not in the clinic, you would find her exploring beaches, at the gym, or having coffee (always having coffee).

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Chelsea McCallum

Dietitian

Chelsea is passionate about empowering clients to transform their health and prevent chronic disease. Having graduated with a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of the Sunshine Coast, Chelsea has experience in a wide range of nutrition areas such as weight management, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, irritable bowel syndrome, malnutrition and sports nutrition.

From a young age, Chelsea has been involved in many sports from touch football to volleyball. More recently she enjoys engaging in outdoor activities to keep fit. Outside of work, Chelsea can be found in her kitchen, at the beach or running up one of the Glass House Mountains.

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Cielo Kelley

Musculoskeletal & Lower Limb

Cielo (pronounced “Shell-o”) graduated from the Australian Catholic University with first class honours. Her research focused on how people cope after rupturing their anterior cruciate ligament – a major stabilising ligament in the knee. Cielo is passionate about providing high-quality treatment by keeping up to date with the latest research and applying evidence-based practice. In 2017, Cielo was invited to present her thesis at the national Australian Physiotherapy Association Conference in Sydney held at the International Convention Centre. Her research is currently submitted for publication as the leading author.

She has since undertaken multiple professional development courses to continue broadening her knowledge on treating sports-related injuries more specifically to the knee. Cielo has a keen interest in treating dance- and sports-related injuries having undertaken eight years of classical ballet training under the Royal Academy of Dance. Cielo is passionate about using a holistic approach to help people get back on their feet and achieve their goals whether it is to improve daily function, return to recreational or competitive sports and or optimise general health and well-being.

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Damien Stewart

Psychologist

Damien has completed a Master of Applied Psychology (Sport & Exercise) and a Master of Philosophy (Psychology) degree at the University of Queensland, Australia. He is a member of the Australian Psychological Society, an Associate Member of the College of Sport & Exercise Psychology, and a member of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology. Damien is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. As well as this, Damien is a full Member of the College of Sport and Exercise Psychology and a Convenor of the APS Military and Emergency Services Interest Group. Damien came to psychology from a 19-year career in the emergency services sector at both the state and federal level. During this time, he worked in a variety of areas that called for excellence in performance and a dedication to achieving highly valued organisational outcomes.  Damien is registered to work within the Medicare, WorkCover Queensland, and private health insurance systems.

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Emily Stewart

Exercise Physiologist

Emily is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist since completing a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the Queensland University of Technology. Emily is highly passionate about helping people and believes she can help you with the use of tailored evidenced based exercise programs and lifestyle modification. Her highly welcoming and caring personality will put you at ease, enabling you to thrive throughout your rehabilitation journey. Emily has a keen interest in neurological and musculoskeletal conditions and is also a Clinical Pilates Instructor. Emily enjoys integrating this into her sessions to help improve movement efficiency.

In her spare time, Emily enjoys everything outdoors, travelling and art and is currently training for a half marathon.

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Emily Whitmore

Remedial Massage Therapist

Emily Whitmore graduated from Loughborough University in the United Kingdom in June 2012 achieving a first class honors degree in Sports and Exercise Science. She then went on to complete her Level 5 BTEC Professional Diploma in Clinical Sport and Remedial Massage Therapy at the London School of Sports Massage, qualifying in August 2013. She is also a qualified therapist in advanced Dry Needling.

Since qualifying Emily has worked as a Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist within Physiotherapy clinics in the United Kingdom. Her clinical experience also includes working with British Triathlon at their base in Loughborough; this has involved traveling overseas to training camps and European and World Triathlon events, helping to prevent injury and facilitate recovery from training and competition. Emily also worked as the primary masseuse for the Loughborough Students Elite Rugby Union Team who compete in National League 1.

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Jess Morey

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Jessica graduated with a Master of Physiotherapy and Bachelor of Exercise Science from Griffith University. Her Physiotherapy passion lies within the sporting and athletic domain, which has developed from an extensive history with Athletics, competing as a middle distance runner.

Jess believes in treating the presenting injury while also treating the underlying cause, allowing her clients to successfully perform at their peak all year round. Jess strives to work as a partnership with her clients to provide high quality evidence-based treatment, allowing you to achieve your goals and get back to the things you enjoy.

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Joe Upritchard.

Exercise Physiologist

After graduating from school Joe began his studies in Occupational Therapy before moving to his degree Clinical Exercise Physiology .During this time he completed practical placements at local special schools and with a number of  disability support services. Joe has a passion for treating those with neurological and physical disabilities, culminating in  over 6 years experience in this  field. This has included work with various community support services and the Sporting Wheelies and disabled association.

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Kellie Palmer.

Podiatrist

Kellie graduated from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science (Podiatry) in 2012 and has been working in general, private practice ever since. She is happy to visit patients in their home for nail and skin maintenance. She is able to give recommendations on appropriate footwear which can keep patients’ feet more comfortable and reduce the risk of falls.

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Koren West

Low Back & Spinal Rehab

Koren West has been focusing on spinal rehabilitation and in particular chronic low back pain for the past 6 years. She has a particular interest in managing patients with a holistic approach to their active rehabilitation using a multidisciplinary team.

Koren also heads our rehabilitative pilates classes and enjoys working with chronic complex musculoskeletal pain conditions and neurological conditions.

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Laura Perry.

Physiotherapist

Laura graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, and since then has been working in rehabilitation centres and private practice. Laura has developed a passion for aged care and neurological rehabilitation. Laura believes in a holistic approach to injury and management to help her patients achieve their goals and to provide the best possible outcome and care.

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Laura Swingler

Exercise Physiologist

Laura is a passionate exercise physiologist, driven by her love of a healthy lifestyle. She enjoys working with clients to reach their goals by prescribing exercise tailored to their ability and level and creating strategies to overcome their barriers. Laura believes that exercise should be fun and exciting and wants to teach others how exercise will enrich their lives. She enjoys working with a variety of clients, with special interest working with those with cancer and mental health,  as well as musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation.

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Lucy Taylor

Musculoskeletal Physio

Lucy graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at the University of Queensland where she also conducted research alongside a world renowned Physiotherapist. Lucy is passionate about delivering holistic patient-centred care and establishing individualised rehabilitation programs so that you can achieve your goals and return to the things you enjoy in life sooner. Lucy is devoted to continuously expanding her skill set and knowledge so that she can provide superior treatment to every patient.

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Maddie Franco.

Physiotherapist

Maddie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (First Class Honours) at the University of Queensland. Maddie places an importance on a personalised holistic treatment approach and has a passion for improving patient quality of life. She has experience in neurological rehabilitation in community nursing homes and in running hydrotherapy and exercise classes. Maddie provides in-home falls and balance prevention training as well as respiratory and post-op care. She is always eager to engage in ongoing professional development and learn new evidence-based approaches to treatment. Outside of work, Maddie enjoys scuba diving, hiking and netball.

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Matthew Crear

Exercise Physiology

Matt graduated with a Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Clinical) from James Cook University (Townsville) in 2016. Following two years working in a private clinic Hervey Bay, Matt has developed an eagerness to aid in the management and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and chronic illness.Matt is passionate about ensuring that every patient he sees is provided with education regarding their specific condition to assure a greater quality of life. Matt has developed special interest in management of return to sport, pre and post operative rehabilitation, chronic pain, osteoporosis and chronic disease management. In his spare time, Matt enjoys competitively playing hockey and touch touch football, and fills in his spare time riding his mountain bike and playing golf.

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Ricki-lee Driver

Dietitian

Ricki-lee is passionate about supporting and empowering clients to achieve their health-related goals. Since graduating with an Honours in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of the Sunshine Coast, Ricki-lee has obtained experience across a variety of sectors including private hospitals, aged care facilities, private practice, and specialist teams. Ricki-lee applies a patient-centered approach to enable clients to overcome health barriers and facilitate diet and lifestyle independence.  Ricki-lee has special interests in adult and childhood obesity, bariatrics and disability.

Outside of work, Ricki-lee enjoys rock climbing, spending time with family and friends and experimenting in the kitchen.

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Sabrina Maynard

General Physiotherapy

Sabrina graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at Central Queensland University. She has recently traded in the dust and the dams for the sand and the beach and is looking forward to this upcoming adventure. Sabrina is passionate about providing the utmost quality of care for all patients with a focus on an individualised holistic approach. She’s prepared to go the distance, run the bend hard and never drop the baton when it comes to achieving your goals. Whether this be getting you back to score that try, dance down the wicket, hit that three pointer or finally perfect that swing, Sabrina will never drop the ball. She wants to help you get back to your daily living as soon as possible. Sabrina is keen to continually develop her clinical skills and knowledge to provide the best possible treatment for you.

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Sam Fahey

General Physiotherapy

Sam completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with James Cook University before relocating to the Sunshine Coast. A passion for movement, performance, injury prevention and rehabilitation, he is a firm believer in a holistic approach to treatment. Sam has a unique view, having worked within the medical system, as a Crossfit Coach, as a Personal Trainer, and believes movement is medicine!

Sam’s interests include strength and conditioning, Crossfit, weightlifting, and general health and fitness. Having competed at a high level within his chosen sport of Crossfit, he knows the demands of training and competing well, having also dealt with various injuries himself.

Sam leads an active lifestyle and if not found within the gym he will be out on the beach, mountains, his motorbike, or travelling.

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Siliva Tufuga

Lower Back & Spinal Rehab

Originally from New Zealand but graduating from The University of Queensland, Siliva has developed extensive international experience over 20 years of clinical practice including both Australia and the UK. In England he was team leader of a specialised group of advanced orthopaedic clinicians and helped to successfully develop the GP screening clinics and Injection Therapy service. Upon his return home he has spent the past few years treating active Australian troops at the large military base in Enoggera, Brisbane where overloading of the spine and effective return to military service go hand-in-hand.

Accordingly Siliva has vast knowledge in treating spinal disorders and low back pain. He enjoys working with his patients to identify and resolve their daily pain issues and implement strengthening strategies to prevent future occurrences.
In his free time he enjoys spending time with his young family and is an IRB Level 2 rugby coach.

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Suzanne Newman

Speech Therapist / Pathologist

Known for the strange vocal noises coming out of the therapy room and enthusiasm for anything to do with voice – therapy, singing, acting, and public speaking. Suzanne also has extensive experience in the treatment of stuttering across all age groups, including the renowned Lidcombe Program.

Suzanne has worked in both educational and health settings providing therapy to both adults and children spanning over 25 years.  Seven of those years were also spent working as a Learning Support Teacher’s Assistant in a school environment.

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Sophie Zykus

General Physiotherapy

Sophie graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Notre Dame in Western Australia. She focuses on treating her patients with the most recent practice based evidence and believes that all patients should be treated with a highly individualised care plan. For Sophie, physiotherapy doesn’t stop when you leave the room. Sophie places an emphasis on self management tools so you can achieve your goals inside and outside of the practice. This way you can live your best, most active lifestyle and aim to prevent any future injuries. Outside of work Sophie enjoys surfing, camping and catching up with her friends!

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Tania Lau

Occupational Therapy

Tania graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) at the University of Queensland. As an Occupational Therapist, Tania believes that participation in meaningful and daily activities is vital for both positive quality of life and self-satisfaction. She has developed a particular interest in workplace injury prevention, return to work, geriatrics, and prescribing various equipment to support participation in daily activities for a variety of conditions. Tania views each patient individually and holistically, by focusing particularly on each patient’s personal goals and desires. She is always keen to engage in ongoing professional development and is always open to learning new things. Outside of work, Tania enjoys playing Touch football, travelling, and exploring new restaurants and eateries.

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Tenikka Mogno.

Exercise Physiologist

Tenikka completed her Clinical Exercise Science Degree at the University of the Sunshine Coast with a passion to help people manage their chronic disease or injury through evidence-based exercise prescription and education. Tenikka has a special interest in working with people with Type 2 Diabetes, osteoporosis, and low back pain. Her positive and welcoming attitude makes you feel at ease through your journey of recovery and a healthier lifestyle.

Tenikka has gained experience running cardiac, diabetes and hydrotherapy group classes and throughout her final year of study worked closely with paraplegics, neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. 

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Tim Boyle

Podiatrist

Tim graduated from the Queensland University of Technology as a Podiatrist in 2006. He has gained valuable experience over the last eight years working in a multidisciplinary sports medicine clinic. Within this setting, Tim had the pleasure of working alongside medical & allied health professionals including Sports Doctors, Physiotherapists, and Massage Therapists.

Tim enjoys a broad scope of podiatry including sports injuries of the lower limb, biomechanical assessments, gait analysis, orthotic therapy, footwear assessments and recommendations, diabetic foot assessments and treatment of conditions of the toenails and skin.  Tim is particularly passionate about running biomechanics and footwear advice/prescription, a special interest that commenced through his strong interest in athletics and involvement in the footwear industry.

Over the years Tim has treated a number of senior and junior athletes from a range of different sports, including 2 years treating both the Brisbane Roar and Brisbane Roar youth teams.

Tim is a sports enthusiast himself having been involved in a number of sports from a young age competing at a state level in Athletics and Basketball.

“I see that working in a strong multi-disciplinary team ensure the best treatment and outcome for my patients”

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Tia Stankovic

Remedial Massage Therapist

Tia is a Qualified Remedial massage therapist with over 7 years experience with Deep tissue, Relaxation, Trigger Point therapy. She also has experience in Pregnancy massage and enjoys treating expecting mums.

After studies, she had the privilege to work with Professional Cycling team in Europe.

She uses her communication abilities coupled with her experience to find out what the client wants and coordinates this into a professional treatment of each client to achieve their goals.

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Community Classes:

TRS in conjunction with Sports & Spinal offer an array of classes which can help the community remain healthy and active.

Please see below a list of the classes we offer the community:

Hydrotherapy is a supervised exercise program in a heated pool (32 degrees). Hydrotherapy can help relieve pain, promote relaxation, mobilise joints, strengthen muscles, develop balance and coordination, and improve general fitness. Some of the many conditions that benefit from an individualised hydrotherapy include:

  • Back pain
  • Balance/coordination problems
  • Arthritis (Osteo and Rheumatoid)
  • Rehabilitation after bone fracture, joint replacement tendon repair

The New You group exercise class allows you to increase muscle tone and strength thus decreasing load and pain through joints, increase energy levels, reduce health risks (diabetes/heart disease) and increase self esteem and confidence in a social environment. You will have an individually tailored exercise program to suit your needs and goals that will be prescribed after the initial consult. You will be supervised throughout the entire session, ensuring correct technique, with a maximum of 6 people per class. ‘New You’ will benefit anyone looking to rehabilitate any old or new injury in a safe and supervised environment, lose weight, get active and social while learning great tips on managing your health and wellness.

This program is about taking small steps to create big, lasting lifestyle changes for THE NEW YOU!

Move4life is a small group class, run by fully qualified Exercise Physiologists with a focus on falls prevention and strength training for activities of daily living. Move4life focuses on:

  • Improving strength and mobility
  • Decreasing joint pain
  • Improving fitness by enhancing the efficiency of your heart and lunge
  • Facilitating weight loss
  • Improving sleep
  • Enhancing bone health and reducing fracture risk (important in the prevention and management of osteoporosis, reducing falls risk by improving your balance)

Exercise Physiologists are highly skilled in developing exercise programs to suit the needs of seniors and are particularly concerned with people who have a condition which limits them physically and affects their quality of life eg. Arthritis, stroke, fracture, osteoporosis or heart disease. Move4life gym classes provide an enjoyable and social environment with Exercise Physiology supervision to ensure the exercises are instructed and performed correctly.

NuroMovers class is run by a Physiotherapist with a special interest in neurological conditions and is targeted for patients with a neurological movement disorder. The class includes:

  • Specialised neurological physiotherapy assessment and ongoing treatment (outcome measures, with aim to work towards individual functional goals)
  • Evidence-based aerobic and functional exercise prescription
  • Evidence-based outcome measures, with aim to work towards individual functional goals
  • Ongoing information, knowledge and support for management of their condition
  • Progressive evidence-based home exercises
  • Encourage self-management and empowers patients in condition management
  • A  safe and supervised environment to participate in exercise and challenge themselves

Patients appropriate for this class:

  • Diagnosed neurological movement disorder (specifically targeting Parkinsons disease, mild to moderate Stroke and MS)
  • Require stable cardiovascular health and have clearance to participate in aerobic exercise
  • Safely ambulant with or without a walking aid independently or with minimal supervision
  • Cognitively be able to take instruction and participate in a class exercise program independently
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In-Home Occupational Therapy:

Occupational therapy is a client-centered health profession concerned with promoting health and wellbeing through occupation. The primary goal of OT @ Sports & Spinal is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. Our OT’s achieve this outcome by working with people and communities to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want to, need to, or are expected to do, or by modifying the occupation or the environment to better support their occupational engagement

Occupational Therapy @ Sports and Spinal cover a wide region from Sunshine Coast to Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Our mobile home visiting service provides services to NDIS clients, Veterans ( DVA) and Seniors including Home Assist.

 

We can assist with:

In-Home Dietitian Services Sports & Spinal

In-Home Dietitian:

Total Rehab Solutions provide mobile Dietitian services throughout Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast for people of all ages and conditions.  Whether in your home, over 55’s village, retirement home or nursing home our experienced Dietitian will come to you at a day and time that suits you best.  All home-based Dietitian services are fully individualised to ensure high-quality and evidence-based dietary treatment.

We will complete a full assessment to gain a broad understanding of your medical and social history and the effect these have on your diet. Working with this information and your own diet-related goals, we will establish an individualised plan to improve and optimise your dietary intake.

Our Dietitians provide our patients with health education, practical tools, and tips to improve the quality of your diet, label reading advice, portion control strategies and meal planning and preparation advice. Our main goals are to help our clients to obtain the knowledge and skills to make healthier eating choices the easy choice.

These are some of the main medical conditions that our Dietitians can help you to manage:

  • Weight gain/weight loss
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Osteoporosis
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Coeliac disease
  • Diarrhoea/constipation
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In-Home Podiatry:

Total Rehab Solutions provide mobile podiatry services throughout Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast for people of all ages and all conditions.  Whether in your home, over 55’s village, retirement home or nursing home our experienced podiatrist will come to you at a day and time that suits you best.  All home-based podiatry services are fully individualised so that we can deliver quality results you require.

We will complete a full assessment and conduct podiatry-specific tests so that your progress can be easily tracked and to help us identify positive change in your condition.

Our in-home Podiatry service provides our clients with:

  • Your regular podiatrist will always greet you with a smile
  • Superior & comfortable clinical assessments & treatments that maintain a clean environment
  • Quality assurance
  • Collaboration with the professional health care team to maximise multidisciplinary care benefits
  • Tracking of all items sterilised and all documentation recorded in accordance with current Australian Standards

We also offer:

  • Orthotics
  • Footwear
  • Bracing
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In-Home Physio:

Total Rehab Solutions provide mobile physiotherapy services throughout Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast for people of all ages and all conditions.  Whether in your home, over 55’s village, retirement home or nursing home our experienced physiotherapists will come to you at a day and time that suits you best.  All home-based physiotherapy services are fully individualised so that we can deliver quality results you require.

We will complete a full assessment and conduct physiotherapy-specific tests so that your progress can be easily tracked and to help us identify positive change in your condition. Total Rehab Solutions use a Online Exercise Prescription Program which means it is easier than ever to stay stay committed to your rehab program, track your progress and contact your Physiotherapist.

Total Rehab Solutions provide a number of in-home treatment options, these include:

  • Pain management
  • Walking rehabilitation
  • Balance training
  • Falls prevention
  • Weight loss-based exercises
  • Strength and conditioning
  • Education and advice about your condition, recovery, strengths and limitations
  • Equipment prescription
  • Gentle reconditioning
  • Mobility assessments
  • Referral to other health professionals where required
In-Home Exercise Physiology Sports & Spinal

In-Home Exercise Physiology:

Total Rehab Solutions provide mobile Exercise Physiology services throughout Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast for people of all ages and all conditions.  Whether in your home, over 55’s village, retirement home or nursing home our experienced exercise physiologist will come to you at a day and time that suits you best.  All home-based exercise physiology services are fully individualised so that we can deliver quality results you require.

We will complete a full assessment and conduct exercise physiology-specific tests so that your progress can be easily tracked and to help us identify positive change in your condition.

Our mobile Exercise Physiologists provide our patients with health education, pain management and also offer advice and support. This can be achieved by developing safe, effective, individualised exercise interventions and developing healthy habits for incorporation into everyday life. Enabling patients to manage their medical conditions, in the best way possible.

Our Exercise Physiologists are knowledgeable about the effects that exercise has on the musculoskeletal system, as well as on the cardiovascular and endocrine systems. Prescribing courses of exercise for various medical conditions, fitness, rehabilitation and can also advise on behavioural modification programs.

Medical Conditions that can be treated by our Exercise Physiologists:

  • Obesity
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer
  • Osteoporosis
  • General deterioration due to age
  • Depression
  • Asthma,
  • Cardiovascular diseases

Our Exercise Physiologists will work with you and your doctor to provide the best results possible.  Each consultation can be conducted in a location that suits you. This can be within your own home, aged care facility, work or even your local gym.