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Reach Your Goals.


Here at Breathe, our mission is to support people with a disability to move better, build strength, play sports and get around more independentlyIf you have a disability, physiotherapy can support you to participate in physical activities that you’re interested in, like moving more easily around the home or participating in your dream sport.

Our physiotherapists can help you overcome or manage mobility challenges through a variety of treatment techniques such as joint mobilisation, soft tissue work, western acupuncture, dry needling and myofascial release.​​ The support that we provide is tailored to your goals, personal circumstances and existing support network.

Our passion and special interest is to work closely with amputee clients who are now participating in CrossFit, Para Ice Hockey QueenslandWheelchair Basketball Queensland and South East Queensland Wheelchair Rugby League.

We are proud sponsors of:

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We work with people with:


  • Transfemoral (above knee) amputation

  • Transtibial (below knee) amputation

  • Motor neurone disease (MND)

  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)

  • Cerebral palsy

  • Spinal cord injury

  • Acquired Brain Injuries

  • Depression and Anxiety 

The services we offer that might be included in your NDIS plan include:

  • Physiotherapy

  • Strength and conditioning for playing sports

  • Mat Pilates & Reformer Pilates

  • Innovative cutting edge technology providing objective measures of your progress (handy for NDIS!)

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  • In-clinic & Home Exercise Program to imporve your physical mobility, strength, independecne and function in your everyday life. In-clinic Exercise Program also give you the opportunity to connect and socialise in the community. 

  • Hands on physiotherapy treatment to help managing your pain in the neck, low back, knees, wrists or ankles. 

  • Physiotherapy assessments to look at how you move around the home and community in your daily life including general body functioning, muscle strength, joint movement, endurance, fitness and balance.

  • Hydrotherapy to make exercise fun and easier on the joints in water.


  • Clear and succinct service agreement so you can plan your funding.

  • High quality report writing and assessments for your NDIS plan meeting or subsequent plan review meetings to ensure physiotherapy related supports you need are included in your NDIS plan.

  • Strength and conditioning training to help you play your dream sport. Have you thought about playing wheelie basketball, rugby, hockey or another sport? Our physiotherapists can get you there by improving your physical mobility, strength and skills.


Hydrotherapy is a form of therapeutic exercise conducted in the pool under the supervision of a physiotherapist. By using the water’s buoyancy, you can complete pain-free movements that can assist in restoring your function and range of movement.

Our approach to hydrotherapy means exercises are tailored to improve your mobility, movement skills, muscle strength, flexibility and fitness to help you achieve your movement-related goals.

Read more about the benefits of hydrotherapy and who we would recommend this form of treatment on the link below:

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Clinical Pilates is all about using movement and exercise to activate your core muscles so that you gain confidence physically and feel stronger.

Our approach to Clinical Pilates means exercises are tailored to improve your mobility, movement skills, muscle endurance, flexibility and fitness to help you achieve your movement-related goals.


Can I use my NDIS funding for physiotherapy?

You’ll need to be either plan-managed or self-manage your NDIS plan to receive services from us. Choosing the plan or self-management option gives you the freedom to choose your own providers and will enable you to work with us.


Chat to your support coordinator to find out if you can access physiotherapy under Capacity Building or Core supports.

What can I expect during my sessions?

Sessions can be 45 minutes to 1 hour long. When you see us for the first time, we will ask you or your support person questions about your health. We will also find out about your goals.


We then tell you how we can help you achieve your goals. You may want to move better, have better balance, improve your coordination, or do exercises in a safe and supportive environment. We can help you get there.

My disability isn't listed on this page, can you work with me?

Physiotherapists are trained to work with people of all ability levels. We have worked with people who are wheelchair-bound with very little mobility, all the way to lower-limb amputees who play elite sports. We find that at the end of the day, it is our ability to listen, our skills and knowledge, and our caring attitude that matter the most. If you're unsure, just give us a call on 3061 7128.

Can you travel to see me?

Yes we can. But we prefer that you come to us if you are able to - this is because we have a range of equipment at the clinic, and we want you to maximise the usage of your funding. We do charge for travel on a pro rata basis to our usual fee (charged according to the NDIS price guide).

Can you give me a service agreement?

Yes we can. A service agreement is not required for private providers like us. But to help with your budgeting, we can give you a service agreement. Our fees are clearly listed on our website but we will bill according to the NDIS price guide. 

Can you provide reports to the NDIS?

Yes we can. Most people need reports from their physiotherapist if they are seeking a plan review. We'd be happy to help. Our NDIS clients and their support coordinators always comment on how detailed and tailored our reports are. We do charge for the reports as a thorough report takes about 4-6 hours to write. You can contact us to find out more.


Simply send us an email to with the following info:

  • NDIS participant's full name and date of birth.

  • NDIS participant number.

  • The participant's contact details - address and phone number for organising appointments, email address.

  • The plan's start and end dates.

  • Participant's goals as outlined in their plan.

  • Invoicing details (where we should send the invoice to).

  • Brief description of what participant's hoping to gain with physiotherapy.

  • Anything we should be aware of when providing service to the participant (e.g. does not like loud music, cannot stand for long periods of time, using wheelchair etc).


Please contact us to discuss any reasonable adjustments we can make ensure you have a great experience with us.

Wheelchair accessible parking is available at our clinic.

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We would love to help you achieve your goals!


Call us today on
(07) 3061 7128 or email us so we can schedule an initial consultation.

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