Mobile Physiotherapy for Kids

**UPDATE: MOVEability is now offering telehealth to ensure continued access to therapy services during this mandated period of social distancing as a result of Covid19. See below for details.

MOVEability Physiotherapy for Kids

Hayley Fisher is the owner and founder of MOVEability Physiotherapy for Kids and brings 13 years of paediatric specific experience to MOVEability Physio for Kids.   Hayley Fisher has worked across the entire spectrum of the paediatric sector including the Women’s & Children’s Hospital, private practice and community, and also internationally within the UK National Health System (NHS) and interstate in Western Australia.

Hayley Fisher has had a specific clinical interest in paediatric disability and neurodevelopmental areas which includes but is not limited to cerebral palsy, developmental delay and brain injury.

Hayley Fisher has also been a Senior Physiotherapist at Novita Children’s Services since 2011, and has developed special knowledge and skills with regard to working with kids.

Hayley Fisher is also involved with the University of South Australia, as a Clinical Educator, supervising physiotherapy students within their clinical placements.
Physiotherapy for Kids

Physiotherapy for Kids

  • Goal setting in collaboration with the family and child
  • Development of a home exercise program
  • Developing play and gross motor milestones

Physiotherapy for Kids details

Hydrotherapy Physiotherapy for Kids

Hydrotherapy for Kids

Hydrotherapy is physiotherapy in the water and is a fun way to engage and capture the attention of babies, children and teenagers in a therapeutic context.

Hydrotherapy for Kids details

Telehealth - Online Therapy for Kids

Telehealth for Kids

Telehealth allows you to continue therapy in all situations whether it is social distancing to prevent the spread of illness or whether you live remotely.

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Occupational Therapy for Kids

Occupational Therapy for Kids

Occupational Therapy for babies, children and young adults focuses on helping children to develop age appropriate skills to help them achieve their daily “occupations” that may broadly include self-care, school and play.

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