Workplace Rehabilitation Coffs Harbour NSW

 

At Hoys we have a team of Physiotherapists who are trained health professionals focused on maximising your movement potential and physical function.

Whether it’s back or neck pain, a hamstring strain, broken bone or a stiff and sore knee, our therapists can tailor a treatment session to restore you to optimal health; and get you back to living life to the fullest sooner.

Some of the treatments we offer as part of our physiotherapy services:

Sports Injuries: Fast effective treatments to get you back in the game

Women’s Health: pre and post-natal assessment & treatment

Fracture management: including x-rays & casting

Surgical Rehabilitation

Custom Orthotics

Hydrotherapy

Radial shock-wave therapy

With three convenient locations: Coffs Harbour, Sawtell and Toormina, you can easily get an appointment to suit you, without the need for a referral for private patients.

 

Hoys Allied Health based in Coffs Harbour, Sawtell & Toormina. Offering allied health services including Physiotherapy, Nutrition, Remedial Massage, Exercise Physiology, Occupational Therapy, Dietetics.

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Physiotherapy & Radial Shockwave Therapy

Exercise Physiology

Remedial

Dietetics

Women’s Health

Core & General Exercise Classes & Hydrotherapy

Occupational Therapy

work health services.

Workplace Rehabilitation

Injury Prevention & Early Intervention

Workplace Training

Workcover & NDIS

 

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Toormina / Sawtell Remedial Massage

We are a team of highly skilled Allied Health Professionals who have been looking after Coffs Coast locals since 2006. With more than 40 staff across three locations, we are here to support your journey to optimal health and well-being.

Remedial Massage helps you to relax, improve muscular pain and promote healthy sleep and blood flow.

Our Remedial Massage therapists must have knowledge of physiology, anatomy and pathophysiology to determine the best way to treat patients. They use a range of techniques including trigger point therapy and relaxation massage. With treatment intensities varying to suit your individual needs.

 

Why use Remedial Massage:

 

Muscular pain relief & tissue repair

Relaxation and balance

Improve sleeping patterns

Increase blood flow

Increase joint mobility

Aids in injury recovery and healing

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The Hoys Allied Health + Wellness Remedial Massage team are all accredited to provide services through major health funds. So, take advantage of the benefits that your health fund may offer you, and book in for a massage today. There’s no referral necessary for private patients. Massage Therapists are available at Coffs Harbour, Sawtell and Toormina clinics.

 

Book an appointment online or phone 02 6652 7355 to speak to a friendly team member today.

 

 

Workplace rehabilitation is the process of providing professional advice, guidance and support to injured workers and their employers in order to enable a safe and timely return to work.

 

 

 

Hoys Work Health has been providing these services in Northern New South Wales since 1994. Our team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Rehabilitation Counsellors, and Registered Psychologists focus on early intervention, open and effective communication, and the achievement of client specific goals and plans.

 

 

 

Services include:

 

 

 

Initial Needs Assessment

 

A comprehensive assessment engaging with the worker to identify obstacles to return to work.

Solution focused tailored recommendations aimed at a safe and timely return to work.

 

 

Workplace Assessments

 

An assessment of the workplace and pre-injury role to gain a sound understanding of the physical and psychological demands required to achieve pre-injury duties.

Collaboration with the worker and employer to identify appropriate suitable duties to facilitate a timely return to work.

 

 

Functional Capacity Evaluations

 

An assessment of an individual’s functional ability, using a series of standardised tests and work specific simulations to assess capacity for work.

 

 

Psychological Assessments

 

Assessment of an individuals’ capacity to perform various psychological or cognitive tasks. Provides a measurement of that person’s current symptoms and fitness for work.

 

 

Case Conferencing

 

Face to face engagement with the treating doctor, worker and other stakeholders to ensure appropriate medical intervention to aid recovery at work; discuss return to work strategies; and facilitate upgrades in medical certification as appropriate.

 

 

Vocational Assessments

 

Identifying the worker’s vocational goals through an analysis of their skills, experience, qualifications, interests and work preferences.

An analysis of the local labour market to ensure job match between workers abilities and the demands of the job, and viability of the vocational goals.

 

 

Earning Capacity Assessments

 

Assessment of an individual’s capacity to earn taking into account their existing skills, experience, qualifications, age and current work capacity.

 

 

Returning to Work Coordination

 

Designing, implementing and monitoring a graded return to work plan.

Liaison with all stakeholders throughout the return to work process to ensure all parties are aware of the worker’s recovery progress and that this is reflected in suitable duties at work.

Assistance for the worker and employer to overcome any barriers that may present throughout the process.

 

 

Activities of Daily Living Assessments

 

Analyses an individual’s functional performance in the areas of personal, self-care, domestic and general home maintenance activities in and around the home.

Coordination of recommended services and equipment that will support recovery and return to work.

 

 

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At Hoys our team of Accredited Practising Dietitians (APD’s) are passionate about providing practical evidence-based nutrition advice tailored to your needs for improved health outcomes.

APD’s are the most qualified healthcare professionals to provide medical nutrition therapy and the only nutrition professionals recognised by the Australian Government and Medicare.

 

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Dietitian & Nutrition Services

Our Dietitians can help you with a broad range of nutritional issues including:

Diabetes (Impaired glucose tolerance, PCOS, type 1, type 2 and gestational)

Eating disorders

Pediatrics (fussy eating, autism spectrum disorder, failure to thrive, obesity)

Weight management

Malnutrition NSW

Food intolerance & allergy

Coeliac disease

Nutrient deficiency - eg. iron deficiency anaemia

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

Gastrointestinal concerns - Diverticular disease, GORD, constipation.

Cardiovascular disease NSW

Osteoporosis

Inflammatory bowel disease

Renal disease

Liver disease NSW

Life cycle nutrition - pregnancy support, geriatric support

Culturally diverse nutrition and food literacy

What to expect from a Dietitian consultation?

A consultation with one of our Dietitians generally involves:

A comprehensive diet and lifestyle assessment.

Detailed education involving the most up-to-date and credible source of nutrition information.

Development of individualised goals.

Evidence-based practical strategies to suit your needs.

Progress is monitored at regular follow-up consultations which involve further dietary intervention to achieve your goals.

At Hoys we accept referrals from Enhanced Primary Care (EPC), Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA), National disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). For private patients, no referral is required, and private health cover rebates are available.

more than just physio's.

With a team of 40+ health professionals, we provide far more than outstanding physiotherapy services. From injury or surgery recovery, through to chronic disease management, nutrition and diet , women’s health, and general muscle and joint soreness – we understand that a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work.

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Functional Capacity Evaluation Coffs Harbour

An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is a university qualified allied health professional who uses both lifestyle and behavioral exercise interventions for the prevention, management and treatment of multiple chronic conditions, injuries and disabilities.

Exercise Physiologists (EP’s) can provide treatments through most private health funds, and work in conjunction with medical specialists, general practitioners, as well as, other allied health professionals forming a multidisciplinary treatment approach.

Some of the specific conditions we can help treat include:

Chronic Disease Management

Diabetes (Type 1 & 2)

Cardiovascular disease

Respiratory Disease (Asthma & COPD)

Osteoporosis

Weight management/Obesity

High Cholesterol

Hypertension

Cancer

Osteoarthritis

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

Other Health Conditions

Mental Health

PTSD

Depression/ Anxiety

Musculoskeletal Injuries/Conditions

Back Pain

Chronic Pain

Decreased physical function or mobility

Fall Prevention

Falls Rick Assessments (FRAT)

Berg Balance Assessment NSW

Functional Gait Assessments (FGA)

Anyone can see an Exercise Physiologists you don’t need a referral!

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Workcover Injury Rehabilitation

Exercise Physiology offers a seamless progression from Physiotherapy treatment (Passive Care / Hands On) to Activity based / functional exercises for Work Cover patients, this allows upgrades in WCCC and Return to suitable & Pre-Injury Duties.

Hoys currently achieves upgrades in WCCC within 90% of the injured Clients that attend our functional upgrade (Exercise Physiology) programs. Hoys will also link our AHRR Plans with return to work plans to ensure that the functional outcomes are work and functionally related. Our WorkCover approved Exercise Physiologists treat work related injuries and motor vehicle accidents by providing active exercise therapy to enhance your recovery time and capacity to return to work.

We encourage injured workers to take an active role in their rehabilitation program by providing all the education and tools necessary to achieve self-management of injury and activities.

 

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Hoys Workcover NSW Coffs Harbour

As the longest continually accredited work health provider in NSW, we service the Coast from Taree up to the NSW/QLD border.

 

 

 

Our team of experienced, knowledgeable, and friendly professionals live in the communities we service, and are experts in a broad range of workplace and individual rehabilitation services including Workplace Rehabilitation, Injury Prevention & Early Intervention and Workplace Training. NSW

workplace rehabilitation.

Workplace rehabilitation is the process of providing professional advice, guidance and support to injured workers and their employers in order to enable a safe and timely return to work.

 

Hoys Work Health has been providing these services in Northern New South Wales since 1994. Our team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Rehabilitation Counsellors, and Registered Psychologists focus on early intervention, open and effective communication, and the achievement of client specific goals and plans.

 

Services include:

 

Initial Needs Assessment

  • A comprehensive assessment engaging with the worker to identify obstacles to return to work.
  • Solution focused tailored recommendations aimed at a safe and timely return to work.

 

Workplace Assessments

  • An assessment of the workplace and pre-injury role to gain a sound understanding of the physical and psychological demands required to achieve pre-injury duties.
  • Collaboration with the worker and employer to identify appropriate suitable duties to facilitate a timely return to work.

 

Functional Capacity Evaluations

  • An assessment of an individual’s functional ability, using a series of standardised tests and work specific simulations to assess capacity for work.

 

Psychological Assessments

  • Assessment of an individuals’ capacity to perform various psychological or cognitive tasks. Provides a measurement of that person’s current symptoms and fitness for work.

 

Case Conferencing

  • Face to face engagement with the treating doctor, worker and other stakeholders to ensure appropriate medical intervention to aid recovery at work; discuss return to work strategies; and facilitate upgrades in medical certification as appropriate.

 

Vocational Assessments

  • Identifying the worker’s vocational goals through an analysis of their skills, experience, qualifications, interests and work preferences.
  • An analysis of the local labour market to ensure job match between workers abilities and the demands of the job, and viability of the vocational goals.

 

Earning Capacity Assessments

  • Assessment of an individual’s capacity to earn taking into account their existing skills, experience, qualifications, age and current work capacity.

 

Returning to Work Coordination

  • Designing, implementing and monitoring a graded return to work plan.
  • Liaison with all stakeholders throughout the return to work process to ensure all parties are aware of the worker’s recovery progress and that this is reflected in suitable duties at work.
  • Assistance for the worker and employer to overcome any barriers that may present throughout the process.

 

Activities of Daily Living Assessments

  • Analyses an individual’s functional performance in the areas of personal, self-care, domestic and general home maintenance activities in and around the home.
  • Coordination of recommended services and equipment that will support recovery and return to work.
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Workplace rehabilitation is the process of providing professional advice, guidance and support to injured workers and their employers in order to enable a safe and timely return to work.

 

Hoys Work Health has been providing these services in Northern New South Wales since 1994. Our team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Rehabilitation Counsellors, and Registered Psychologists focus on early intervention, open and effective communication, and the achievement of client specific goals and plans.

 

Services include:

 

Initial Needs Assessment

  • A comprehensive assessment engaging with the worker to identify obstacles to return to work.
  • Solution focused tailored recommendations aimed at a safe and timely return to work.

 

Workplace Assessments

  • An assessment of the workplace and pre-injury role to gain a sound understanding of the physical and psychological demands required to achieve pre-injury duties.
  • Collaboration with the worker and employer to identify appropriate suitable duties to facilitate a timely return to work.

 

Functional Capacity Evaluations

  • An assessment of an individual’s functional ability, using a series of standardised tests and work specific simulations to assess capacity for work.

 

Psychological Assessments

  • Assessment of an individuals’ capacity to perform various psychological or cognitive tasks. Provides a measurement of that person’s current symptoms and fitness for work.

 

Case Conferencing

  • Face to face engagement with the treating doctor, worker and other stakeholders to ensure appropriate medical intervention to aid recovery at work; discuss return to work strategies; and facilitate upgrades in medical certification as appropriate.

 

Vocational Assessments

  • Identifying the worker’s vocational goals through an analysis of their skills, experience, qualifications, interests and work preferences.
  • An analysis of the local labour market to ensure job match between workers abilities and the demands of the job, and viability of the vocational goals.

 

Earning Capacity Assessments

  • Assessment of an individual’s capacity to earn taking into account their existing skills, experience, qualifications, age and current work capacity.

 

Returning to Work Coordination

  • Designing, implementing and monitoring a graded return to work plan.
  • Liaison with all stakeholders throughout the return to work process to ensure all parties are aware of the worker’s recovery progress and that this is reflected in suitable duties at work.
  • Assistance for the worker and employer to overcome any barriers that may present throughout the process.

 

Activities of Daily Living Assessments

  • Analyses an individual’s functional performance in the areas of personal, self-care, domestic and general home maintenance activities in and around the home.
  • Coordination of recommended services and equipment that will support recovery and return to work.

 

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