About Us

Home Health Rehab are a mobile team of dedicated physiotherapists providing home, workplace or residential care physiotherapy treatment to people throughout the City of Greater Geelong, Surf Coast Shire and Bellarine Peninsula.

 

We are passionate about providing treatment to people in their own homes, as we know first hand the difficultly of attending a clinic for treatment after an injury, illness or with restricted mobility.

 

As clinical physiotherapists, we have seen many patients able to complete their exercises in the clinic, gym or hospital but then have difficulty transferring this to a home setting.  Home physiotherapy sessions allow us to work towards each individual’s goals and teach them how to achieve this within their own environment.


Benefits of home based physiotherapy

  • Familiarity and comfort of your own home
  • 1 on 1 treatment and an individualized program
  • Meaningful rehabilitation which you know how to apply your own home setting
  • Time efficient – no travel time or parking concerns
  • Reduced burden on friends and family driving you to appointments
  • Flexible hours to suit your life

We see a range of different patients across the City of Greater Geelong, Surf Coast Shire and Western Metropolitan Melbourne from private patients to patients referred from their Aged Care Provider under their Home Care Package.

Your sessions may be eligible for a partial or full funding via:

  • Private Health Insurance rebates
  • Government funded packages e.g. Home Care Packages
  • Medicare rebates under the Chronic Disease Management Plan (EPC)
  • DVA (eligible card holders with doctors referral

 

We are fortunate to have relationships with a number of Aged Care Providers in City of Greater Geelong, Surf Coast Shire and Western Metropolitan Melbourne regions. Please get in touch with us or your Case Manager if you would like to find out if you are eligible for physiotherapy under your Care Package.


Chloe Leighton


Director

Chloe completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy Degree at The University of Melbourne in 2009 with Honours. She began her career working as a private practice physiotherapist at a sports clinic and more recently has been focussing on improving the lives of more senior clients at a doctors General Practice in Highton. Her love of physiotherapy is combined wit h a love of cycling and Chloe has recently returned from Europe racing as a professional cyclist with Orica-AIS.

Chloe enjoys seeing her clients achieve personal goals and has a big exercise focus in her rehabilitation plans. Chloe has undertaken further studies in Dry Needling, Spinal conditions, Clinical Pilates and Diabetes Management. Her aim is to support healthy ageing and keep people living independently for as long as possible.

 

Kate Blampied


Director

 

Kate graduated with her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree (Honours)  from The University of Melbourne in 2009 . Kate has developed a passion for rehabilitation. From AFL sporting injuries to post total knee and hip replacement surgery, she enjoys facilitating her clients returning to their favourite activities.

 

After spending years working as a physiotherapist in a variety of different settings, Kate realized the vast difference she could make to her elderly clients’ lives by assisting them to stay as independent and mobile as possible in their own homes and communities.  Kate loves working with the elderly and believes having the physiotherapist come to the client allows for more beneficial outcomes.

 

 

Jo Morgan


Physiotherapist

Jo completed her Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice Degree at Latrobe University in Bendigo in 2014. She began her career working in a regional public hospital and more recently as a private practice physiotherapist in Barwon Heads. Jo has a passion for rehabilitation and exercise and with a background in education Jo enjoys empowering people with information and tools to assist them to take control of their health.

 

Jo has undertaken further education in Neurological and Spinal conditions and has a keen interest in rehabilitation for Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis.