Completing the wellness picture at Simblija is Revive, our on-site physio and hydrotherapy clinic, which is purposefully built to enable senior rehabilitation. The soothing properties of our heated pool are ideal in healing the body and alleviating pain. Aquatherapy also offers additional benefits for balance, coordination, and mobility.
Our team of APPI- trained physiotherapists are there to offer expert advice and personalised exercise regimens. The team can assist with neurological, orthopaedic, cardiac, and pulmonary rehabilitation; strength, flexibility, and coordination training; and pain management and exercise therapy, among many other specialised requirements. We also cater to domiciliary and outpatient physiotherapy as required.
Surgery can have a big impact on one’s life, leaving little room to think about the next step.
Prioritising your recovery will help you to get back to feeling your best as soon as possible. At Simblija, our physiotherapists, nurses, and doctors are fully committed to help you recover. Discover our post-op rehab packages, complete with full-board accommodation, social activities, daily physio, 24/7 nursing, and more.
The warm-water hydrotherapy fitness program is tailored for those who are 50+. Exercise is very important for seniors to stay strong, healthy, and happy. But you have to choose exercises that are both safe and effective. Moreover, exercising in water has an added benefit as it is easy on one’s joints!
Celebrate life, feel better, stronger, fitter, and more flexible.
Improve your balance, retain your independence and enjoy a better quality of life.
Pilates is a unique method of body conditioning involving various exercises to restore overall body balance.
Pilates for back pain addresses each person’s abilities, posture types, ages, and conditions through varied exercises, to improve strength and body control. The goal is to improve function throughout your day and reduce pain through our modified exercise program.
Classes are held by APPI (The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) trained physiotherapists. An individual assessment prior to joining a Pilates class is required.
Aquanatal classes involve water-based exercises for mums-to-be to prepare for childbirth and relieve pains and aches caused by pregnancy.
These sessions are incredibly beneficial for soon-to-be mothers. From increasing mobility to improving overall strength, these fun group classes offer expectant mothers an opportunity to get moving in a safe and comfortable environment with others like them.