Are you an NDIS participant who is fully funded and living with a disability? If so, have you considered the benefits of a biomechanical assessment? This type of assessment can help reduce long-term deterioration and improve your life outcomes.
A biomechanical assessment is a comprehensive examination of your body’s movement patterns and how they relate to your overall health and wellness. This type of assessment is particularly helpful for NDIS participants who are fully funded because it can identify areas of weakness or imbalance that may lead to long-term deterioration if left unaddressed.
By identifying these areas of weakness, a biomechanical assessment can help you develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and goals. This may include exercises to strengthen weak areas, stretches to improve flexibility, and other interventions to improve your overall mobility and function.
The benefits of a biomechanical assessment are numerous. First and foremost, it can help reduce the risk of injury and long-term deterioration. By identifying areas of weakness and imbalance, you can address these issues before they become more serious and potentially lead to more significant health problems down the road.
In addition to reducing the risk of long-term deterioration, a biomechanical assessment can also improve your overall quality of life. By improving your mobility and function, you may be able to participate in activities that were once difficult or impossible. This can lead to increased independence, improved mental health, and a greater sense of overall well-being.
If you are an NDIS participant who is fully funded, we highly recommend considering a biomechanical assessment. This type of assessment can help you identify areas of weakness and imbalance, develop a personalized treatment plan, and ultimately improve your overall quality of life. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you achieve your health and wellness goals.
The NDIS assessment t will then allow your podiatry doctor to generate a report. The report will be sent to your team including your NDIS support Coodinator which will allow you to request for further funding via: