At Your Physio Advantage, we provide experienced aged care physiotherapy services to help older adults to remain active and independent. We assist in treating existing conditions while preventing further injury, disease or disabilities. Our goal is to identify issues that are impacting the lives of older people and provide treatment to help them to live a better quality of life with improved mental and physical wellbeing.

For older adults on home care packages, there are no "out of pocket" costs for physiotherapy. Subsidised physiotherapy is available under the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) and under the Medicare Enhanced Primary Care program (EPC). To find out if you are eligible, please contact us today.

Helps older adults to maintain their health, well-being, functional ability and independence

Our aged care physiotherapists are experienced in the assessment, treatment and long term management of older people

We provide aged care physiotherapy services at home for maximum ease and convenience

“I move, therefore I am.”

Haruki Murakami

Benefits of Aged Care Physio

Aged care physiotherapy can:

  • Improve functional ability and halt the decline that may come with age
  • Increase mobility
  • Strengthen muscles and improve balance and control
  • Reduce the risk of falls occurring
  • Assist in improving the ability to perform daily activities
  • Enhance a sense of wellbeing
  • Improve the quality of life
  • Keep the brain active and improve cognition


How does aged care physiotherapy differ from general physiotherapy?

Aged care physiotherapy targets the same conditions as general physiotherapy, where they differ is how the treatment is carried out. This is due to the elderly having different needs in order to effectively and safely treat the injury or condition.

What conditions are typically treated with aged care physiotherapy?

Conditions typically treated through aged care physiotherapy may include, but are not limited to:

  • Arthritis
  • Lack of strength
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Reduced mobility
  • Dementia
  • Preparation and rehabilitation for hip or knee replacement operation
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Injury rehabilitation

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