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Did you know our Physio Inq Occupational Therapy team is on a mission to bring every Australian full range of Occupational Therapy services in the comfort of their own home or any location that is convenient - saving time and the added distress.

Occupational Therapists (OT) work with people to complete the activities that they need and want to do each and every day.

The goal of OT is to get the best fit between the you as the person, the activity and the environment that you perform that activity.

Why you might need an Occupational Therapist?

  • You are physically disabled
  • You are recovering from an illness or operation
  • Have learning disabilities
  • Have mental health problems
  • Are getting older

The areas in which Physio Inq Occupational Therapists work in include:

People With Disabilities. NDIS Participants

People living with disability are challenged daily by their condition. Physio Inq OT's work with their clients to achieve their goals for participation, independence and well-being. As an NDIS provider, Physio Inq OT can support your NDIS plan with assistive technology, home modifications, capacity building, improved daily living assessments and subsequent recommendations. Physio Inq OT provides consultations for physical and cognitive disabilities.

Aged Care

As people age, they can find it increasingly harder to maintain their independence and to continue enjoying the activities they once did. Occupational therapy can provide much-needed value and assistance. A Physio Inq OT can evaluate each person and determine what changes they need to make both in themselves and their homes, in order to continue enjoying their independence.

Ageing brings with it challenges to perform activities, Physio Inq OT’s work with you to maintain independence. This is achieved by assessing people to maintain access to their home, reduce risk of falling while completing the activity they complete daily and identifying strategies or equipment that supports people to continue to complete these tasks.

Paediatric Occupational Therapy

Paediatric Occupational Therapists work with children of all ages and their families to help children of all ages perform daily activities that they may find challenging by addressing sensory, social, behavioural, motor, and environmental issues.

Our OT’s utilise the latest research and technologies in their field to assess and design rehabilitation programs that are evidenced based, efficient and effective ensuring your child is always receiving first class services.

Our OT's have all the equipment and skill-sets they need to carry out in home treatments of any type. Whether it be:

  • Home modifications
  • Specialised Equipment prescription
  • Home rehabilitation
  • Falls prevention
  • Upper limb assessment & therapy
  • Structural modification
  • Specialised seating/ wheelchair prescription
  • Scooter & mobility assessment and training
  • Palliative care
  • Chronic pain management
  • Stroke & neurological rehabilitation
  • Support disability accommodation assessment
  • Supported independent living assessment
  • Links to community facilities & resource
  • Cognitive assessment & retraining
  • Access solutions
  • Pressure care
  • Pressure cushion
  • Pressure mattress
  • Pressure area care
  • Electric bed and chair prescription/review
  • Dementia Care & Planning
  • Complex & customised equipment
  • And much more

We will assist you and your family in any way that can improve daily function and activities. After an initial assessment, your Physio Inq OT will coordinate with you, other relevant professionals, carers, and family members to assist in developing a treatment plan and strategy that is best suited.

We offer a variety of payment methods in the most flexible of ways, to suit your needs. If you are unsure as to whether or not you need to see an OT, give one of our amazing Physio Inq team members a call today to discuss your needs.

Suburbs that our therapists currently service in Redland, Queensland:

Occupational Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Occupational Therapy work?

Occupational Therapy practice involves assessing a client to understand what occupations (activities) are important to the person, what difficulties, barriers or challenges they be experiencing in performing these activities, and what goals the person has in relation to their occupations

What does an Occupational Therapy session consist of ?

Appointments may vary depending on your individual goals and may include:

  • Assessment and trialling of different equipment to meet your needs (for example wheelchairs, beds, lifters)
  • Measurement and assessment for environmental modifications (for example ramps, rails, different taps)
  • Implementation of a tailored therapeutic program for upper limb rehabilitation (for example post injury or after a stroke)
  • Trial and implementation of adaptive equipment to assist in daily activities (for example adaptive kitchen aides like a kettle tipper or modified chopping board)
  • Development and implementation of a skill building program (for example to build skills to become independent in areas of your life – meal preparation, time management, grocery shopping, community access)

What happens at the first visit?

Your first Occupational Therapy session would generally be about gathering information about you, and how you go about your day-to-day life. This helps us to put together a picture of what your life consists of, so that we are able to develop an intervention pathway that is relevant, meaningful and goal oriented, to suit your individual needs.

What do I need to bring along to my first appointment

Most importantly yourself, and any information from your doctor or other medical professionals that may assist us in understanding what your needs are. If you are an NDIS participant, a copy of your NDIS Plan Goals is also helpful to guide our assessment and identify what areas you may require our input.

What should I wear for my first consultation?

Something comfortable, that is easy to move around in. We may wish to observe the way you move around so supportive, non-slip footwear is also recommended to ensure you are safest when mobilising.

How much does it cost?

Our prices vary dependent upon service type. NDIS rates are subject to change, and generally base upon NDIS price guide gazetted rates. It is best to check with us before booking your initial and on-going appointments.

How do I pay for my treatment?

If you are a private client, or are self-managing your NDIS package, payment can be made in person via EFT payments using Square, or over the phone, at the time of session. If a funding body such as NDIS, HCP, DVA funds your sessions we invoice the funding body for the services.

How long are the consultations?

Consultation length varies dependent on your individual needs. Our initial consultations may take up to 2 hours, and follow up sessions may vary but most commonly are an hour in duration.

Do I need a referral?

If you are seeking a private OT and fund this yourselves, a referral is not needed.
If you are seeking an OT via DVA, Home Care Package, or EPC, a referral is required.
If you are an NDIS participant, a referral is not required, however we do encourage you to discuss this with your Support Coordinator if you have one involved.

I am a Support Coordinator, where can I refer Physio Inq my clients?

For all support coordination referrals please visit

What states in Australia do you cover?

We are currently covering New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland & Western Australia.

Are you NDIS registered?

We are indeed one of the first NDIS Allied Health providers in Australia, being involved with the first rollout in NSW. We know NDIS very well and our therapists are highly trained in the scheme.

Do you see clients under My Aged Care?

Yes, we do see clients under My Aged Care, through their HCP provider.

What do your Occupational Therapists specialise in?

Our Occupational Therapists have extensive experience in the following areas:

  • Functional Assessment and evaluation of support needs

Assessment of and intervention strategies to build skills in key life areas including:

  • Building routines and structures
  • Task analysis and scaffolding to work towards independence in key areas such as personal care, meal preparation, grocery shopping, and other tasks dependent on a person’s individual needs

Assessment and prescription of assistive technology including;

  • Bathroom equipment such as shower chairs, bath boards
  • Bidets
  • Manual transit wheelchairs
  • Custom configured manual wheelchairs
  • Powered wheelchairs
  • Mobility scooters
  • Customised seating
  • Alternative seating needs such as an electronic lift chair, mobile reclining chairs etc
  • Paediatric equipment
  • Complex equipment
  • Adjustable Beds
  • Pressure care equipment including cushions and mattresses
  • Manual handling equipment including lifters and other devices
  • Postural positioning equipment
  • Sleep systems
  • Assessment of and recommendations for home/environmental modifications
  • Sensory assessment and intervention
  • Assessment to support application for NDIS Funding
  • Assessment to support application for Specialist Disability Accommodation and Supported Independent Living
  • Assessment and treatment of Upper Limb conditions
  • Assessment and intervention for fine motor and dexterity development

What conditions can you Occupational Therapists treat?

Our OT team are able to assist with most conditions, including;

  • Post hospital needs
  • Post surgical needs
  • Intellectual disability
  • Physical disability
  • Psychosocial disability.

We have an experienced team of Occupational Therapists that are able to assist with most conditions.

What is the difference between Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy?

The main difference between Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy is that a Physiotherapist looks at how your BODY functions, within your environment, and treatment is based around getting your body to function better. An OT looks at how you, as a PERSON, functions within your environment as a whole

What are the waiting times to see an Occupational Therapist for the first time?

Our wait times vary, but usually the maximum wait time would be approximately 2 weeks.

My relative cannot speak English, I would like to attend the treatment session with them in order to translate, is this ok?

This is okay, however we would usually opt to have an interpreter present at the session as well, just to ensure everything is communicated effectively, and is required in the event that we need to administer a standardized assessment.

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At Physio Inq, we improve your quality of life by looking at all the details. Our philosophy is to enable freedom of mind and movement through physical therapies. Your body is your best asset, and a healthy body requires all the parts to work. We need to understand where you are, before we can get you to where you want to go.

Each part of the movement system impacts the rest of your body. By examining the entire system, and measuring its changes, we can offer preventative therapies helping you respond to injuries you may be facing. We will help you change the way you move so you can stand taller, jump higher, stretch deeper, and have the energy to lead the life you want.

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