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Mobile Neurological Physiotherapy

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rehabilitation in the home & community

Jacey has worked as a physiotherapist for 20 years and is an Australian Physiotherapy Association Neurological Physiotherapist.

 

Since 2010 Jacey has provided home-based physiotherapy services providing specialised hospital substitution and rehabilitation services in clients’ homes. In 2012, Jacey completed a Master of Neurological Rehabilitation at the University of Western Australia.

Please contact us with any questions or queries. Choosing the right physiotherapist for your needs is important. Feel free to email or phone to discuss your physiotherapy needs. 

 

Telephone: 0416 492 491

Email: transitionsphysiotherapyperth@gmail.com 

 

Tailoring neurological physiotherapy to real-life is the focus of home visiting physiotherapy.  Rehabilitation in your own home harnesses the principles of neuroplasticity because it can fuel the motivation to continue with the practice of meaningful tasks that are the ‘just right challenge’.

People with neurological problems such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease and others, can improve muscle strength and control, flexibility, balance, coordination and/or fitness for improved well being and independence.

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neurological physiotherapy

Transitions Physiotherapy Perth delivers high quality, evidence-based physiotherapy for people with stroke, neurological conditions and other rehabilitation needs, living in the northern suburbs of Perth. 

 

We provide ongoing rehabilitation for stroke, acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease (amongst other neurological conditions). Neurological physiotherapy can assist people to increase their functional abilities, balance, fitness or well being at any point along their journey.

 

Individualised rehabilitative physiotherapy developed to maximise wellness and independence through rehabilitation, activity, exercise and self management. 

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About 

Jacey Kraut

APA Neurological Physiotherapist

 

Jacey has worked as a physiotherapist for 20 years and is an Australian Physiotherapy Association Neurological Physiotherapist.

 

    "I am passionate about people getting the best out of themselves to reach their full potential. I love to find out what people want to     achieve and work with them to achieve their goals."

 

Jacey graduated from Curtin University in 1996 and has worked extensively in stroke management, neurological rehabilitation, falls management and older adult rehabilitation in a variety of clinical settings, in the United Kingdom and Australia.

 

Since 2010 Jacey has provided home-based physiotherapy services providing specialised hospital substitution and rehabilitation services in clients’ homes. In 2012, Jacey completed a Master of Neurological Rehabilitation at the University of Western Australia.

 

Jacey also works as a sessional academic providing clinical tutoring for Curtin Physiotherapy students and a casual weekend employee at RITH (Rehabilitation In the Home: Royal Perth Hospital).

 

 

 

NEUROLOGICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY

TRANSITIONS PHYSIOTHERAPY PERTH

 

Neurological physiotherapy aims to maximise well being and independence for people living with neurological conditions. This physiotherapist begins with a comprehensive, individual assessment to gain an understanding of you and your physiotherapy needs.

 

For many neurological conditions, neuroplasticity is the key to functional improvement. Neuroplasticity refers to the capacity of the nervous system to change in response to experience. Physiotherapy rehabilitation can provide the ‘right’ experience to optimise recovery. (Neuroplasticity is nicely explained in this podcast by the Stroke Foundation). 

 

Physiotherapy treatment for neurological conditions is tailored to each individual. Neurological physiotherapy commonly incorporates elements of manual techniques, education, exercise and functional retraining.

  • Manual techniques may include joint mobilisations, stretches or facilitation of movement, amongst other things.

  • Education may cover information about your presenting problem, and how to manage problems such as fatigue or pain issues.

  • Exercises can be developed to improve muscle strength, control and flexibility; for general fitness; to improve balance and coordination; or to improve walking. Exercise may be completed under the full supervision of the physiotherapist or provided as a home exercise program, or a combination of both. 

  • Functional retraining involves practice of a task, or part practice of a task to improve your ability to complete that functional task such as getting out of bed, walking or running.

 

 

SERVICES

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Neurological Physiotherapy for:

  • Stroke
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Many conditions

Neurological Rehabilitation includes:

  • Functional task retraining for hand & arm
  • Gait Retraining
  • Balance & coordination training
  • Falls managment & prevention
  • Fatigue management
  • Pain management
  • Strengthening programmes
  • Fitness training

 

Contact 

Please telephone or email to discuss your physiotherapy needs - we are happy to have a chat to establish whether Transitions Physiotherapy Perth can meet your needs. We accept private health, DVA and Medicare (Chronic Disease Management Plan) clients.

 

We aim to respond to enquiries within 24 hours. If you receive voicemail please leave a message. The physiotherapist may be with a client and unable to answer the phone directly.

 

FEE SCHEDULE

Physiotherapy Home Visits         

Initial Consultation            1 hour              $140

Standard Consultation     30 min              $95

Extended Consultation     45 min              $110

 

  • All new patients require an initial assessment where the physiotherapist will complete a comprehensive assessment and gain a good understanding of your physiotherapy needs.
  • Following an initial assessment, follow up visits may be 30 minutes (standard consultation) or 45 minutes (extended consultation) in duration depending upon your needs. The physiotherapist will dicuss and arrange this with you.
  • DVA and Medicare (Chronic Disease Management Plan) sessions are 30 minutes duration.

 

 

 

 

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