Stroke and neurological rehabilitation

People with neurological conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and traumatic brain injury can now continue and progress their rehabilitation at Kingsley Studio.  Following neurological (brain and spinal) injury or disease people often have difficulties with

    • muscle weakness


  • reduced balance and coordination
  • muscle tightness
  • pain
  • altered walking
  • performing everyday tasks
  • loss of fitness


Physiotherapy for people with neurological conditions applies the principles of neuroplasticity. This utilises the brain’s ability to ‘rewire’ itself according to experiences, challenges and repetition. A neurological physiotherapist has skills to assist you to select an appropriate functional challenge and provide feedback and assistance to practise and improve your performance.


Additionally, it is important to address any muscle weakness or tightness to make movement easier and stronger. Balance and fitness training are important components in neurological rehabilitation. Integrating these correctly is vital to optimise patient outcomes.


Kingsley Studio offers small group (2-4 people) neurological physiotherapy. Following a comprehensive 1:1 neurological physiotherapy assessment, treatment goals are set and therapy is tailored to provide the ‘just right’ experience to optimise fitness, function and independence.


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.


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