Call us: (03) 9372 0536
Children under 12 are not required to wear face masks.
It is recommended children over 12 wear a mask.
Adults required to wear face masks.
We frequently see immunocompromised children at our clinic. Our physiotherapists wear masks, practice hand hygiene as well as sanitise the room before and after each client.
We typically have an Intensive available at a time that works for you within 1 to 3 months as we ensure we are well staffed to offer accessible and flexible sessions. However, school holidays often has a wait list at least 4 months in advance. Contact us to find out our current availability.
NDIS’s Short Notice Cancellation policy is 7 days. The cancellation fee is 100% of the cost of the session. This means NDIS clients need to provide us with a 7 days’ notice to cancel a physiotherapy session including hydrotherapy, AHA sessions, home & school visits etc to avoid a cancellation fee.
Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre and Moore Intensive Therapy Studio are compliant with all NDIS regulations, this means as of July 1st 2022 this policy will be in place at our clinics. If you have queries regarding this NDIS policy please direct your queries to NDIS on phone: 1800 800 110.
Yvonne is certified in DMI level A. She has taught and mentored the other physiotherapists DMI's principles through clinical mentorship. We use this technique as part of one of many methods in our physiotherapy practice for your child's specific needs.
DMI (Dynamic Movement Intervention) and CME (Cuevas Medak Exercise) are both similar forms of a technique used in therapy to build a child's balance, strength and motor planning. The difference between DMI and CME is that they are taught by different groups of individuals.
Our Intensive Physiotherapy Program is similar to NAPA in several ways:
Our Intensive Physiotherapy Program is different to NAPA in several ways:
A session is 60 minutes long. 50 minutes are used for treatment. The last 10 minutes are used for the physiotherapist to disinfect the room as a required by the government and complete your child's clinical notes.
If your child is completing two sessions in a row, your child will have a 10 minute break after one hour and again the last 10 minutes of the two hours will be for the physiotherapist to clean and write clinical notes.
Intensive's begin fortnightly at the start of the week. Intensives run Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 5:30pm, depending on holidays. Call us to find out the exact dates as details change throughout the year.
Mobile: (03) 9372 0536
Generally an Intensive is charged in a block of 10 one-hour sessions (i.e. daily 1 hour sessions for 2 weeks Monday to Friday). Each one-hour session is AUD$194 as set by NDIS guidelines.
Yes, it is your responsibility to supervise the other children you bring. They are not to use the equipment in the gym. We also have a waiting room outside the gym area.
Intensives are typically at Moore Intensive Therapy Studio, 9 Moore St, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039. We will notify you if you need to attend Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre for a session due to special circumstances. If you have any concerns, please contact us by call or email to clarify your appointment location.
Mobile: (03) 9372 0536
All parking is free
Moore Intensive Therapy Studio
1. Front of the clinic indicated by the sign on Moore St all day parking, any day of the week.
Paediatric Physiotherapy Centre
1. Front of the clinic on Ascot Vale Rd Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm for 2 hours. Saturdays after 9am all day parking.
2. Back of the clinic on Newton Parade Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm for 2 hours.
No Saturday street parking.
Our parking lot any day or time.