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Thrive Medical comprises a team of skilled allied health professionals who are passionate about making health care accessible for everyone.

We are registered with the NDIS and offer the following services: 

Exercise Physiology

Our Exercise Physiologists have the capacity to treat and support you with the following:

  • Exercise treatment and prescription – tailored training plans to suit your unique circumstances and goals
  • NDIS exercise treatment and prescription- e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, spinal cord injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy & Parkinson’s Disease
  • Shoulder rehabilitation – rotator cuff tears, sub-acromial impingement, bursitis, recurring dislocations, surgical repairs and stabilisations
  • Knee rehabilitation – ACL, MCL, meniscus tears, knee replacements & patellar related conditions
  • Lower back pain – disc injuries, neurological, muscular/joint overload
  • Return to Work rehabilitation (NSW WC approved)
  • Chronic disease and lifestyle management
  • Strength and conditioning – athletic development, return to sport

What is an Exercise Physiologist?

Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists assist with a variety of assessments across the life span (0-65 years), including Specialist Disability Accommodation, Supported Independent Living, Assistive Technology, Functional Capacity Assessments, Major Home Modifications and Minor Home Modifications.

We are also able to offer regular (i.e. weekly/fortnightly) intervention to enable participants to meet their goals. We can also provide equipment prescription, work and safety services, medico-legal assessments and training. We are flexible in being able to offer our services within the clinic, home or community setting.

What is Occupational Therapy?


Our Physiotherapists have the capacity to treat and support you with the following:

  • Fracture clinic/casting
  • Musculoskeletal assessment and treatment (NSW WC approved)
  • Clinical Pilates
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Injury rehabilitation and prevention
  • Women’s health – ante and post-natal exercise, pelvic floor assessments, pelvic floor muscle training and advice
  • Falls prevention
  • Orthopaedics
  • Neurological rehabilitation (stroke, PD, MS)
  • Sports injuries
  • Chronic and acute pain

What is Physiotherapy?

Speech Pathology

Our Speech Pathologists help with speech and language across the lifespan, including communication, reading, talking, speech production and assistive technology. We are also able to assist with swallowing assessments and assistive technology requests.

What is a Speech Pathologist?

Allied Health Assistant

An Allied Health Assistant (AHA) supports allied health professionals by helping NDIS participants incorporate therapeutic activities into daily routines, building skills, and improving functional capacity.

Under the direction of therapists, our AHAs implement individual and group therapy programs, provide direct client support and care, and perform administrative and clinical tasks to enhance therapy services’ efficiency and effectiveness.

What is an Allied Health Assistant?