A physiotherapy service just for kids in Adelaide.
If your child needs physiotherapy for any reason, Children’s Physio SA are the local specialists and a quality provider of physiotherapy services for children.
Children’s Physio SA have been operating in South Australia for over 30 years. Their team of highly skilled physiotherapists have over 80 years combined experience in children’s physiotherapy practice, across a range of sectors.
The team works solely with children, offer various services outside of school hours and even offer a limited home visiting service for children who are unable to attend the practice, or would benefit from physiotherapy in their own home.
From newborns to young adults, their physiotherapists provide high quality, evidence based physiotherapy management and work closely with parents and care-givers to maximise outcomes for their clients.
Children’s Physio SA offer highly regarded expertise and management for a range of ailments. These include:
The management of children with congenital disorders such as clubfeet and hip dysplasia
Gross motor delay
Musculoskeletal conditions including sports injuries
Burns and scar management.
They are centrally located in North Adelaide and provide rooms based therapy, hydrotherapy, gym based work, plus the home visiting service.
Children’s Physio SA can also provide services to NDIS participants who are self-managed or plan-managed.
For more information, get in contact with the team to discuss how they can help your family. They look forward to welcoming you and your child!
Children’s Physio SA Kermode House, 72 Kermode Street, North Adelaide 5006
(08) 8267 4394
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