Aged Care Physiotherapy


Need an aged care physio?

Aged care residents have mobility issues that can be alleviated with physiotherapy.
Some of the reasons why people enter aged care can include loss of mobility, illnesses, falls and other accidents.
Physiocare offer aged care physiotherapy services that can take place in the convenience of your aged care facility at a time and location that suits you and the residents.
Treatment and management programs are designed to improve:

  • arthritis
  • balance
  • falls prevention
  • education on your health condition
  • mobility
  • range and strength of motion
  • rehabilitation after strokes or surgery.

Gentle but effective stretches, targeted exercises and massage reduce pain, improves muscle tone and increases movement and flexibility.
Aged care physio services are fully customised so that the residents can achieve sustained, effective results.
The professionalism of our physiotherapists will improve the quality of life of your residents.

Contact Physiocare today to book an appointment

How does aged care physiotherapy work?

The physiotherapist at Physiocare listen carefully to what pain or health problems are concerning the resident, and conduct a full assessment of their health needs.
A personalised plan will be constructed to help achieve their health goals.
We bring our own equipment or use what is handy in your facility such as chairs or tables.
Evidence based therapies are used when assisting the elderly and we find the following styles are comfortable and supportive…

  • Soft tissue muscle release
  • Gentle manual therapy
  • Exercise based therapies
  • Joint mobilization and manipulation

We also offer a friendly experience to the resident and are always happy to chat about their health, family and life story.
Everyone is treated with the care and respect they deserve.

Physiocare offers aged care residents a friendly, caring and personalised treatment to improve their mobility.

Why choose Physiocare 

Dr Azmi, BMedSci, DPT, at Physiocare is an experienced aged care physiotherapist.  He has a Bachelor of Medical Science and is a Doctor of Physiotherapy.
You do not need to get a referral for aged care physiotherapy services. It may also be covered by the resident’s private health insurance.
At Physiocare, we can help aged care residents move better which may improve their cognitive function.  They will have a better quality of life and be able to enjoy their social activities.


Find out more about our other services that cater for NDIS or In-home mobile physio.

If you are looking for an aged care physio servicing Greater Western Sydney, call Physiocare today.