Michelle's evidence-based physiotherapy services focus on facilitating neurological, musculoskeletal and sensory motor systems to support developmental goals of children and adults with disabilities.
Her services include
Land-based Physiotherapy – Clinic.
Land-based Physiotherapy – Home Visit.
Land-based Physiotherapy – School Visit.
Home Exercise Programs.
We strive to ensure that all assessments and interventions occur in environments that clients are comfortable in and feel supported by.
Land-based services and home exercise programs are designed to contextualise assessment and intervention to clients individual lives and circumstances, and hydrotherapy services utilise the unique benefits of hydrodynamic and hydrostatic principles to relaxe tight fascia and muscle spasm and strengthen functional patterns whilst remaining fun.
* It is your responsibility to check with your medical team if therapy in a heated pool is deemed medically safe.
Michelle conducts all initial consultations in the clinic at Wattle Street Medical Practice (83 Wattle St, O'Connor ACT 2602) on Wednesday afternoons.
If you are a new client, please send an enquiry to Magdalen using the contact form or by addressing an email to and she will provide you with key business information. Appointment times can then be arrange with Michelle directly, subject to availability.
This practice is committed to complying with the Privacy Act (1988), the Australian Privacy Principles (2014), and all other privacy provisions which are applicable.
This covers all personal information* that is collected about clients (including prospective clients).
Your personal information will not be shared or disclosed to any party other than what is outlined in this Policy, nor will it be used for any other purpose than what it was originally intended.
*Personal information is information which is identifiable as being about a particular individual.
Collection of Personal Information
Disclosure of Personal Information
Personal Information will only be disclosed in accordance with the Privacy Act (1988) and to ensure that we are providing the best possible service. This may include disclosing personal information for the following purposes:
To arrange service delivery
To ensure staff are aware of, and can effectively manage, risks and hazards
To effectively run and administer the business
For billing purposes
To comply with any legislative or regulatory requirements
To communicate with you about our services and changes to service delivery
We view unauthorised disclosure of your personal information as a serious breach of misconduct by our employees, contractors and agents. If the disclosure of personal information is breached disciplinary or legal action will be taken.
Security of Personal Information
We are committed to ensuring that the information you provide to us is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure information and protect it from misuse, interference, loss and unauthorised access, modification and disclosure.
All personal information is destroyed appropriately when no longer required.