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FAQ

Frequently asked questions

1.     What is neurological physiotherapy?

Neurological physiotherapy is the practice of physical therapy that helps people recover movement after injury to the brain, spinal cord, vestibular and other nerve related injuries or diseases.

Neurological physiotherapists are specifically trained to assess impairments such as motor control, strength, sensation, proprioception, vision, coordination, spatial awareness, inattention and balance. We can then easily able pinpoint the reasons behind your problems and tailor a program that specifically targets your impairments. What does this mean? A faster, more efficient recovery of normal movement patterns.

2.     What makes you different from other physiotherapists?

Active Edge Physio Melbourne is an exclusively home based physiotherapy service, which means that we make it our priority to get the most out of your therapy. We value respect, compassion and connection with our clients.

We are one of the few private practices in Melbourne with physiotherapists who have masters qualification and have published research in the neurological domain. This demonstrates our expert level of experience, and means our clients can trust us our competence in managing their condition.

3.     Do I need a referral?

Neurological physiotherapists are primary practitioners so you do not need a referral to see us.

4.     What locations does Active Edge Physio Melbourne service?

Melbourne Locations

5.     How long are the appointments?

Appointment durations vary depending on your individual needs. In saying this, an initial consultation is generally between 60-75 minutes long, and a follow up appointment is generally between 45-60 minutes long.

6.      What can I expect on my first home visit? 

          What to expect 

7.      Are there extra fees for travel? 

No, we do not charge extra fees for travel.