Allied Health

iCare Allied Health Services and Programs

At iCare Community Services, our Allied Health Care professionals work as a team to take a closer look at what the patients need. We offer a wide range of treatment methods to help restore, increase, and maintain optimal physical function and general well-being.

We offer person-centred health care services that are convenient and scheduled following consultation with clients in keeping with their routine activities. This helps in maintaining a steady ‘patient-health care’ relationship. Our professionally trained physiotherapists and physiologists can organise their consultation sessions in client’s home, their gym or pool facility – as needed.

Moreover, if your injury is work-related, our health care professionals can carry out workplace assessment and treatment.

Our Treatment Goals

At iCare Community Services, we simply look forward to providing client-oriented comprehensive care that brings different allied health services together to achieve the overall goal. Our effective allied health plans are clinically proven with multiple benefits to every client, bringing together multi-disciplinary ideas on the client needs.

Simply put, we get into the core of the health problems and find the root cause and then treat accordingly so that the client gets maximum benefits in quick time.

Why Choose iCare Community Services for Allied Health Care Service

NDIS registered health services
Corporate health programs
The professional and experienced health-care team
Registered nurses
Community-based rehabilitation and management
Clinically proven plans treatment-methods
Client-oriented service and flexible scheduling

Our Allied Health Services Include:

Occupational Therapy
Exercise Physiology
Speech Pathology
Remedial Therapy
Fitness Consultation

Our Allied Health Care services professionally treat a range of physical and mental health problems, which include:

Osteoarthritis/ rheumatoid arthritis
Cardiovascular conditions/ diseases
Neurological disease/disorders
Anxiety, Stress and Depression
Women’s health and wellbeing
Sport injury
Weight gain/obesity

If You Have Any Questions Regarding Our Services Or Your Specific Needs, Please Contact Us

Allied Health

Frequently Asked Questions

Allied Health refers to a broad range of health care professionals who are not doctors or nurses but aim to prevent, diagnose and treat a range of conditions and illnesses. The most common branches of allied health services are aged care, chronic disease, disability, mental health, rehabilitative care and musculoskeletal care.

Allied health care providers work in a multidisciplinary team to provide the best patient outcomes.

Physiotherapy is a form of mutual therapy that is used to aid rapid rehabilitation from any physical injury and assisting of post-operative recovery.

It can also be used for maintaining the body at its optimum state, with the main focus of enhancing performance in sport, speeding up recovery time and preventing re-injury. One of physiotherapy’s lesser known benefits is that it can help eliminate headaches, as well as neck and back pain.
Some manual treatment techniques can be uncomfortable, however treatment should not ever be severely painful. Some people experience mild soreness for a day or two after treatment, similar to that felt after mild exercise. If this soreness persists or increases significantly, call your practitioner to discuss your concerns.

If you find that any particular technique or modality is too uncomfortable your practitioner will always be able to find an alternative technique. Be sure to tell your therapist if this is a concern that you might have. OSAN Ability takes great care of all our clients at all times.
Speech pathology is an allied health service that focuses on improving a person’s ability to communicate, understand and express language. Speech therapists, or speech and language pathologists (SLPs), are professionals who provide this service and support people to communicate to the best of their ability. SLPs assess a person’s speech, language, cognitive communication, feeding and swallowing skills in order to identify possible communicative issues and then decide the best way to treat them.