Our physiotherapists are qualified in: Mobilisation, Manipulation, Dry needling, Massage and Taping.
Our Accredited Exercise Physiologists provide exercise based treatment for: Obesity, Diabetes, Cancer, High blood pressure & cholesterol, Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Chronic pain & chronic fatigue, Falls & balance and many more.
Kieser clients begin their journey with an initial assessment with either one of our Physiotherapists or Exercise Physiologists, who will prepare a comprehensive treatment plan to assist in reducing or managing any aches and pains and start the process of reconditioning.
After the initial treatment phase either their Exercise Physiologist or Exercise Scientist will develop their training program. This program is tailored specifically to their circumstances taking into account age, condition, activities and goals.
At Kieser we accept all patient referral types if eligible. Patients we see include:
- Private patients
- Physiotherapy referral
- Workcover Patients
- TAC Clients
- DVA Patients
The first step for all new clients at Kieser is an initial assessment with a Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist (depending on their condition). After the appointment, the Kieser practitioner will send a letter to the appropriate referrer with the client treatment plan.
The treatment phase consists of necessary follow-up Physiotherapy or Exercise Physiology sessions designed to deliver symptomatic relief, restore mobility and function while laying a foundation of strength. This phase is usually between 2-12 sessions. Throughout this time the Kieser practitioner will keep in frequent contact with the referring health professional.
The development phase is designed to build on the foundation of strength and create noticeable strength gains for the client. During this phase the client will be introduced to our Exercise Scientists for 1:1 introductory sessions to our strength & conditioning programs and will begin their independent training plans.
The final phase at Kieser is the maintenance phase which is designed for clients to maintain their level of strength to prevent recurrence of pain or injury. During this time, the Kieser staff will maintain contact with the referring health professional periodically, such as when a client presents with a new pain episode.