Infant and toddler conditions

  • Difficulty moving the head and neck equally in both directions (torticollis)
  • Flat spot on the head (plagiocephaly)
  • Preventative measures to avoid flat spots and strategies to improve head shape 
  • Any asymmetry in how the babies move, e.g. moving one arm or leg more or less than the other side
  • High or low muscle tone (stiff or floppy muscles)
  • Concerns about how your toddler walks or moves, e.g. on their toes or limping.

Developmental concerns

  • Babies born prematurely
  • Babies with early difficulties, such as floppy muscles, find it difficult holding their head up or lying on their tummy
  • We can answer your questions or concerns, and help you to be proactive about your child’s development

Physical  and developmental disabilities

  • Physiotherapy for children with complex or multiple developmental or medical conditions
  • Able to provide early intervention using consistent and fun physiotherapy treatments
  • Help babies and young children reach their milestones
  • Provide advice, education and support to parents and carers
  • Information about equipment or toys to optimise development
  • Consult with medical doctors and other health providers to work in a team with your child and family
  • Registered Better Start provider

Surgery and rehabilitation

  • Following Botox or multilevel surgery for children with cerebral palsy, prolonged hospitalisations or orthopaedic surgery
  • Hydrotherapy (treatment in a swimming pool)

Sporting injuries

  • Injury prevention
  • Core strengthening
  • Assessment and treatment of pain 
  • Rehabilitation and return to sport following ligament sprain or fracture
  • Poor posture: exercises, advice and education
  • Growth-related conditions (e.g. Osgood Schlatter’s, Severs)
  • Balance and coordination training