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Optimise Allied Health
Optimise is a leading national provider of mobile allied health services. Through our network of highly skilled, energetic and motivated clinicians, we are able to integrate unique combinations of our allied health services to suit individual client requirement with a fundamental focus on improving functioning, reducing pain and discomfort and transitioning clients back into activities they value and enjoy.
Optimise has built its reputation by providing best practice assessment and intervention services, measurable health outcomes and comprehensive bundled health solutions which are tailored to each and every individual need. Our aged care clinical services team prides itself on delivering best practise, evidence based interventions for our clients which are founded on quality assurance benchmarks and comprehensive training and development.
Our services include:
Physiotherapy - Our physiotherapists use advanced clinical reasoning and evidence-based care based on current best practice in the aged care sector. They can quickly assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions specific to the demographic, and understand the profound effects immobility can have on this population.
Psychology - Optimise psychologists are experienced in aged care and intimately understand the challenges faced mentoring our clients in their own environment.
Exercise Physiology - Accredited exercise physiologists (AEPs) are allied health professionals who specialise in the delivery of exercise for the prevention and management of chronic diseases and injuries. AEPs provide support for clients with conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, mental health problems, cancer, arthritis and pulmonary disease.
Dietetics - Diet can often be poorly managed in the aging population following illness or injury. Treatments can leave clients with poor appetite and nausea and poor nutrition can be a significant barrier to the healing process. Hypoglycaemia and associated dizziness is a significant precursor to falls.