Stroke and neurological rehabilitation

services-strokeKingsley Studio now offers individual and small group rehabilitation classes for people with stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple sclerosis and brain injury.

Jacey Kraut has been a physiotherapist for over 20 years and is an APA Neurological Physiotherapist. Jacey has worked in a variety of clinical settings, in the United Kingdom and Australia and has a breadth of experience covering older adult rehabilitation, neurological physiotherapy and stroke management and rehabilitation. In 2012, Jacey completed a Masters of Neurological Rehabilitation at the University of Western Australia.

Small group rehabilitation classes provide a socially engaging and motivating environment with a focus on maximising wellness and independence in the context of everyday living for people with stroke, MS or Parkinson’s disease.


Classes focus on achieving individual patient goals and may include:

– strength and motor control
– coordination and balance
– flexibility
– endurance training and
– functional task training including gait recovery, transferring and cardiovascular fitness.


Stroke and neurological rehabilitation

Initial Assessment **
1:1 One-on-one follow-up
1:2 One-on-two
1:3 One-on-three

Please note ** An initial assessment is required by all patients prior to commencing any class-based or one-on-one rehabilitation.


1 hour – $140
45 minutes – $110
45 minutes – $80
45 minutes – $70

To learn more about our neurological rehabilitation programs, click here.


Fibromyalgia classes

The cause of fibromyalgia is unknown but is thought to be multifactorial – precipitated by environmental, genetic, psychological and concurrent medical conditions. Management of this complex condition involves improving physical and mental wellbeing and may include dietary modification, relaxation strategies, sleep management, exercise progression, psychotherapy and medications (including antidepressants and analgesics).

To learn more about Fibromyalgia and the management options available at Kingsley Studio, click here.


Osteoporosis classes

Osteoporosis is thought to affect up to 30% of post-menopausal women. Men are also affected by this condition which results in progressive weakening of the bones and increased likelihood of fracture, spinal pain and immobility.
Although diets high in Vitamin D and calcium are recommended for people with osteoporosis, this alone has negligible impact on improving bone mineral density. Exercise is the cornerstone in managing osteoporosis.

To learn more about Osteoporosis and the management options available at Kingsley Studio, click here.


Sports injury rehabilitation

Injuries acquired through sporting activity account for over 5% of presentations to
General Practitioners in Australia. Knee, shoulder and ankle injuries account for the majority of these cases. Australian sports in particular are known for providing a steady influx of patients to doctors and physiotherapists alike. Netball and Australian Rules Football are responsible for injuries to knees and ankles while swimming and rugby contribute to thousands of cases of shoulder and neck pain.

To learn more about the sports injury rehabilitation options available at Kingsley Studio, click here.


Spinal rehabilitation

Spinal pain, whether it’s degenerative, inflammatory or traumatic, is a complex condition affecting the vast majority of Australian adults during their lifetime. Early intervention and accurate diagnosis are essential.

Kingsley Studio, in association with the doctors at Kingsley Medical and the therapists at Kingsley Physiotherapy, combine the latest pharmacological, manual therapy and exercise -based protocols to ensure the best patient outcome possible.

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Pilates for whiplash

Whiplash is a multifaceted and often controversial condition resulting from the rapid acceleration and deceleration of the head and neck. It is most commonly, though not exclusively, experienced following motor vehicle trauma.
Appropriate management in the first two weeks following injury is vital and should include adequate pharmaceutical analgesia, myofascial-based therapies, followed by an early resumption of normal activities.

To learn more about whiplash rehabilitation options available at Kingsley Studio, click here.


“Stop slouching” classes

What’s your excuse for slouching? There’s no evidence to suggest that improving your posture makes you more attractive, accentuates your curves, increases your IQ or improves your sexual appeal… but it certainly assists with body confidence and muscle strength.

To learn more about our “Stop slouching classes” available at Kingsley Studio, click here.


Pilates mat classes

This is a great way to improve spinal strength, flexibility, posture and fitness. Mat classes incorporate the most up-to-date use of Pilates principles to maximise core strength and stabilisation whilst improving flexibility and posture.

To learn more about Pilates mat classes available at Kingsley Studio, click here.


Falls prevention classes

Every year in Australia over 100 000 people are hospitalised with fall-related injuries. The incidence of falls rises dramatically over the age of 65, as does the risk of real and lasting injury. There are ways to reduce the risk of falling, no matter your age. These include increasing your strength, balance and coordination and learning about ‘trip hazards’ in your home.

To learn more about falls prevention classes available at Kingsley Studio, click here.


Fitball Classes

In addition to strengthening your core musculature, fitball classes offer a fun and affordable way to integrate formal class-based exercises with your home fitball regime.
Classes can be coordinated to suit your ongoing involvement with medical and manual treatments and are developed with advice from the spinal doctors at Kingsley Medical.

To learn more about Kingsley Studio’s Fitball classes,click here.



This is a general term for describing a number of treatment interventions aimed at ‘re-igniting’ the repair of chronically inflamed and damaged soft tissue. Most of these treatment modalities have been used for decades but, despite their effectiveness, they have been either too expensive or too painful to administer. Even today prolotherapies are seldom used as first-line treatments due to the fact that cheaper and quicker treatments are preferred by patient and doctor alike.

In cases of chronic and persistent soft tissue pathologies, however, prolotherapy is a reliable remedy and often has startling and positive results. Prolotherapies offered at Kingsley Medical include:

  • Autologous blood injections – used in cases of tendonitis, fasciitis and enthesitis.
  • Platelet Rich Plasma – used in cases of mild to moderate osteoarthritis, bursitis, enthesitis and tendonitis.
  • Shockwave therapy – used in chronic cases of bursitis, fasciitis, tendonitis. This can also be used with patients who refuse blood-products for religious or cultural reasons.