Home Visits

If you are unable to come visit us in the clinic we can come to you. We provide the same great physiotherapy service to your home or workplace. Our staff are experienced with providing home visit service's and have all the equipment needed to carry out a full assessment, treatment and rehabilitation just like if you were in the clinic. Whether it be NDIS (plan and self managed), Aged Care, post-operative rehabilitation or just general aches and pain, we will be there for you. 

Common conditions for home visits:Physio Massage

  • Low back pain and Sciatica 
  • Neck pain and headaches 
  • Nerve pain 
  • Mobility, balance and falls prevention assessments and strength programs 
  • Sports injuries 
  • Arthritis 
  • Strength and exercise programs 
  • Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation 
  • Motor vehicle accidents including whiplash
  • Elderly patients that are unable to drive 

What to expect

The physiotherapist will provide everything you need for the session. They will start by taking a comprehensive history of your injury and prior injuries, then conduct a physical assessment in order to diagnosis the injury or problem. Your physio will then treat your problem area to help relieve your pain and help you get back on track. This can include hands on treatment (eg manual therapy and massage) or an individualised exercise program to address your specific needs. 

We pride ourselves on providing individualised care, as every patient and every injury is different. 


You do not need a GP referral to see us. However if you are claiming through Medicare, you will need to provide an EPC plan from your GP. 


What Suburbs do you cover?

Our Mobile Physiotherapists cover the following areas:

  • Northern Beaches 
  • North Shore
  • Eastern Suburbs 

Bookings for home visits are best made via the below email enquiry and we will get back to you right away. 

Previously Known as Appleby Physiotherapy 



6/38 Kirkwood Street
NSW 2092
(02) 9907 9667

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