Our team of caring and experienced physiotherapists is available to help with the following:

  • Mobility / Mobility Aids

  • Falls Prevention

  • Balance Training

  • Assistive Technology

  • Hydrotherapy

  • Improving Chronic Pain

The clinic delivers the best-evidence based treatments.

  • Respiratory Issues

  • Gentle reconditioning

  • Injury management

  • Range of motion and strength improvement

  • Rehabilitation

  • Equipment prescription

Assessment & Therapy

In Clinic, In the Community, At Home

If you or someone you care for would like to be treated by a physiotherapist, the first step is to complete a referral form or phone us.

Your first contact will be with our office managers, who will take down details about the participant and treatments are required. A physiotherapist will then contact you to discuss this in more detail and to arrange an appointment time for an initial assessment.


An assessment allows your physiotherapist to devise an individualised therapy plan to meet your needs.


Therapy is tailored to the needs of each participant. The Physiotherapist, in conjunction with the participants care team, will determine the goals and priority for therapy.


We can help you make the most out of your NDIS plan.

Medical Rebates

Medical rebates for Physiotherapy are available from a variety of sources.

Can a physiotherapist come to my house?

Yes we can! Our Allied Health team are able to come to your home to perform the supports. Our staff operating during business hours. Allied Health staff are not available on weekends.

Why pick Lindfield Speech Pathology as your Allied Health provider?

If you are looking for an Allied Health provider who really cares about you and wants to ensure that you are well looked after then Lindfield Speech Pathology is for you. We have experienced staff who are able to assist you with all of your personal care needs. Contact us today on 02 8467 4800 to organise a care appointment to discuss your needs.

It would also be great if your support co-ordinator can be present to ensure that we are all on the same page in regards to your care plan. We now offer these services via technology platforms such as zoom.

What’s involved in a therapy session?

A physiotherapist will help you by first assessing your physical abilities and developing a personalized treatment plan to help improve your movement, reduce pain, and prevent future injury. We use a variety of interventions such as exercises, manual therapy, and electrical stimulation to help your regain or improve your physical abilities.

Physiotherapists also work with individuals who have chronic conditions such as arthritis, chronic pain, and respiratory problems, helping them to manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life. They collaborate with other healthcare professionals, such as doctors and occupational therapists, to ensure comprehensive care for their clients.

Medical Rebates & Government Funding

Can I claim a refund from Medicare for physiotherapy services?

Some children and adults may be eligible for a Chronic Disease Management plan developed by their GP. The benefit is limited to five allied health services per year and cannot be used in conjunction with private health care benefits. Further information is available through the Department of Health and Ageing website.

Can I claim a refund from my private health fund?

Private health funds cover physiotherapy assessments and treatment. The amount of your refund, if any, will depend on your fund’s rules and the level of your cover.

Can I use my National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding?

Yes, you can use your NDIS funding to pay for therapy sessions..

Do I need a referral from a doctor?

You do not need a doctor’s referral to see a physiotherapist.. However, some private health funds may require a doctor’s referral letter before they will pay benefits for physiotherapy. Contact your private health fund for more information.