Face to face & virtual allied health services

Servicing Regional, Rural & Remote Australia

Our Services

Psychology

Occupational Therapy

Speech Pathology

Physiotherapy

Well Balanced Care is a provider of allied health care for people living in Regional Rural and Remote communities.

With expertise in NDIS, Aged Care, and private rehabilitation services, we can help you to achieve your goals.

Through the use of appropriate technology and evidence based practices, we have the skills and experience to provide quality allied health services to anyone in need, regardless of location.

This can be done in person in your community, virtually or at our clinic in Cairns.

Our tailored approach allows our clinicians to work together with you and your family as a partner in providing care.

There is no single solution, but through Well Balanced Care you can access the quality allied health services you need to maintain your health and wellbeing.

Talk to us about how we can best support you.

Well Balanced Care is a provider of allied health care for people living in Regional Rural and Remote communities.

With expertise in NDIS, Aged Care, and private rehabilitation services, we can help you to achieve your goals.

Through the use of appropriate technology and evidence based practices, we have the skills and experience to provide quality allied health services to anyone in need, regardless of location.

This can be done in person in your community, virtually or at our clinic in Cairns.

Our tailored approach allows our clinicians to work together with you and your family as a partner in providing care.

There is no single solution, but through Well Balanced Care you can access the quality allied health services you need to maintain your health and wellbeing.

A person’s health should not be determined by their postcode!

We are committed to providing the highest quality care possible, and we hope that you will allow us the opportunity to serve you and your community.

Services

Psychology

The NDIS provides funding and support for persons diagnosed with psychosocial disabilities.

Occupational Therapy

Specialising in Autism levels 1-3, neurological, sensory, intellectual and mental health conditions.

Speech Pathology

Assessment, diagnosis, intervention, & management in communication & swallowing.

Physiotherapy

Assessment, diagnosis, intervention, & management in communication & swallowing.

Our Philosophy

At Well Balanced Care, we understand that remote, rural, and regional Australians are resilient and passionate about staying in their community.

As experienced allied health clinicians, we understand the challenges faced daily by those living in some of the most remote locations in Australia. We also know that for many of the day-to-day health issues you will face, we have the capacity to support you.

Work With Us

Whether you are a participant, a carer, a family member, a Support Coordinator or a health professional, there are various ways we can work together to help achieve your goals.

Refer a Client

Meet some of our therapists

ANDREA LEIGH

Clinical Lead & Physiotherapist

Andrea’s experience working in remote communities enables her to understand cultural protocols and is very familiar with the challenges that come with providing remote health care services.

ANNEKE ANDREWS

Occupational Therapist

Specialising in conducting NDIS adult and paediatric functional capacity assessments which involve assessing a person’s functional capacity and determining what type of support they may need.

SHANNON FABRIS

Senior Physiotherapist

Shannon, a dedicated Senior Physiotherapist, brings over a decade of experience to Well Balanced Care, focusing on holistic healthcare, neurodiversity, and NDIS support for children and adults in rural and remote communities.

Acknowledgement of Country

Well Balanced Care acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander visitors to this site are warned that this website may contain images of deceased persons