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  • triston hunter - paediatric physiotherapist

    Step Ahead Therapy Services Triston Hunter, Paediatric Physiotherapist, from ‘Step Ahead Therapy Services’, has been a long standing member of the Physiotherapy Department at Princess Margaret Hospital.

    She can assist your infant, child or adolescent with low muscle tone, co-ordination problems, idiopathic toe-walking, or gross motor delay with an accurate assessment and then formulate a treatment plan. She can provide treatment in your home, at school, or in her rooms in Claremont depending on the unique needs of the child and your family.

  • clare o'donohoe - registered nurse

    Clare O'Donohoe Clare O’Donohoe (Registered Nurse) began working with Saba 5 years ago as a Private Nurse/Carer.
    Clare helps share the ‘constant’ care we take of Saba by helping with feeding, administering medications, positioning (so that she doesn’t get uncomfortable/pressure sores in any given position), attending appointments with, physio, stretches & very importantly joining us in playing, laughing, talking with & cuddling our little Saba.

  • nicola ott - remedial massage therapist

    Back For Good - Massage Therapy Touch is the oldest healing modality we know, it was around long before any other ‘medicine’ was discovered.
    Remedial Massage helps to reduce the muscle tone in Saba’s hypertonic arms and legs. Lymphatic exercises and Manual Lymphatic Drainage keep Saba’s lymphatic system healthy, as she lacks stimulation of her lymphatic system due to her immobility.

    Reflexology, combined with Aromatherapy using Young Living Essential Oils, stimulates Saba’s neural pathways and helps her little body to detox.

    Nicola has joined ‘Team Saba’ over two years ago, and it has been an amazing journey so far – and there is lots to come.

    Nicola works from her private practice in Trigg. She has extensive expertise in working with children.

    Web: backforgood.com.au

  • dr jeremy sangster - chiropractor

    Odin Chiropractic Chiropractic works with the body’s innate ability to heal itself. The nervous system is the master system in the body. It controls and regulates every other system. If there is interference to that governing system than the body has reduced ability to self-heal and self-regulate.

    As chiropractors we remove that interference through gentle specific adjustments to allow the body to express full health. I love the fact that we are able to help people so much with just a table and our bare hands.

  • roy jenzen - acupuncture

    Chinese Medicine Centre When Saba was first in Intensive Care at PMH a gifted man named ‘Roy Jenzen’ began acupuncture on her body. We believe that Roy played a monumental part in keeping Saba with us. They have practitioners for acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, remedial and Chinese tuina Massage, foot massage and osteopathy.
    Web: chinesemedicinecentre.net.au

  • anna sangster - naturopath

    City Beach Naturopthic Centre
    1 Oban Road City Beach
    9285 0998
    Open Tuesdays & Thursdays

  • vision specialist

    Our purpose is to provide a quality service to ensure that young children and students with vision impairment have opportunities to achieve their individual potential and become valued members of society. The Vision Education Service (VES) helps families and schools to use strategies that maximise educational outcomes for young children and students with vision impairment.

    Vision Education Service

  • chris bennett - structural integration

  • emily mostratos - music therapy

    Emily Mostratos from E.L.M Music Therapy provides professional music therapy services to enhance well-being, health, and functioning. Emily is trained to support individuals in achieving their physical, social, emotional, and developmental goals, and to meet the unique needs of each individual through evidence based practice and research.

    What is Music Therapy?
    Music therapy is the intentional use of music by a university trained professional who is registered with the Australian Music Therapy Association Inc. Registered music therapists draw on an extensive body of research and are bound by a code of ethics that informs their practice.

    Music therapists incorporate a range of music making methods within and through a therapeutic relationship. Music therapy is different from music education and entertainment as it focuses on health, functioning and wellbeing.

    Music therapists are committed to supporting people of any age and ability regardless of musical skill, culture or background.
    - Australian Music Therapy Association

    Emily Mostratos
    Registered Music Therapist | 0414 747 625
    MMusThrpy, BMus
    www.facebook.com/musictherapyelm

  • amy litton - speech pathologist ILC

    The Independent Living Centre (ILC) WA provides information and advice for assistance equipment and technologies that enable Western Australians of all ages and abilities to live more independent and fulfilling lives.

    ILC speech pathologists and occupational therapists can provide assessment, prescription, therapy, training and support for assistive technology and equipment needs.

    http://ilc.com.au