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Dedicated, reliable, and kind physiotherapy professionals providing mobile services to the community in Perth and surrounding suburbs.
Exercise has been proven to maintain health and well-being in people with Parkinson’s. Importantly, it has also been shown to play an important part in addressing secondary prevention, helping to slow the progression of symptoms (focusing on strength, endurance, flexibility, functional practice and balance).
Physiotherapists work with children, teenagers and adults to develop new motor skills, improve or maintain existing skills and abilities, and support participation in leisure activities.
A physiotherapist will assess how you move and identify factors that limit the achievement of your goals.
Gait is term used to describe the unique ways that each individual walks. Therefore, gait re-training is the development and implementation of strategies designed to help improve walking style, efficiency and ability.
The aim of gait training is to help your child develop and maintain the most effective walking style possible.
With the help of physiotherapy intervention can assist with symptom management to help improve quality of life.
We work closely with you to develop an individualised exercise program to improve mobility, strengthen weakened muscles, maintain joint range of motion and improve lung capacity.
Physiotherapists can assist with the recovery of movement and sensation, helping you return to performing everyday activities. Rehabilitation varies depending on how you've been affected by the stroke, and can include recovery of arm function, recovery of walking, or recovery of balance.
Physiotherapists can also play an important role in preventing strokes from re-occurring by assisting with lifestyle changes.
Developmental milestones are tasks most children learn or develop that commonly appear in certain ages like head control, rolling, crawling, walking and talking.
Physiotherapy treatment can improve these motor developmental milestones as well as promoting correct positioning with fun and stimulating exercises to gain postural stability and coordination.
Zach is a Curtin University-trained physiotherapist and entrepreneur. He has eight years of experience in the health and disability industry and is passionate about helping people who are experiencing poor health.
Zach is a passionate, generous and hardworking individual, motivated to improve both himself and the lives of those around him. He is dedicated and resilient, demonstrated through the development of healthcare and disability companies, with the aim to assist those in need.
New to Ascend, Clarence is a new Physiotherapist from Curtin University who has a keen interest in the neuro space and in delivering personable and meaningful intervention plans to those in need.
Clarence has been excited to use new technology in his role as a physiotherapist with Ascend Health Group, and has had successful sessions using Google Glasses to bring the experience of other physiotherapists to his practice.
Your support services are designed to address your unique goals. We want you to feel comfortable with your ongoing support needs. We arrange an initial meet-and-greet between all our new clients and potential students until you find the right support worker for you.