Physiotherapy It’s Child’s Play
Dianne Tsatas has over 30 decades of expertise of Physiotherapy she is also the primary and sole physiotherapist in this practice that is family-oriented for children.
Dianne (Di) (Di) has graduated from Latrobe University with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy in 1990.
Di completed the 8-week program in Bobath in the year 1998. Neurodevelopmental Therapy in Paediatrics 1998/99.
Physiotherapy – It’s Children’s Play was founded in 2000. Her practice was born of the desire to provide therapeutic support that is hands-on for children and babies.
Alongside her practice, came her own tribe of children.
Di has four children between the ages of 23 and 14 years of age.
With over 25 years expertise in the field of Paediatric Therapy along with 23 years parenthood, Di can relate well to parents who have concerns regarding their child’s growth and has helped many families during these first childhood years.
Memberships and Registrations:
- AHPRA – Allied Health Professional Regulation Agency
- APA – Australian Physiotherapy Association
- National Paediatric Special Interest group
- AusACPDM – Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine
- Bobath – Neurodevelopmental Therapy in Paediatrics
- Medicare Provider Registered: Private Health Insurers : 230 4331 F
- Working With Children Check Certified
Dianne offers scientifically-based Physiotherapy treatments for infants as young as infants, children and babies.
Children can present with problems with their Gross Motors for a variety of reasons.
- Insufficient postural stability for weight bearing during sitting, crawling and standing.
- The imbalance of muscles or positional imbalances require immediate intervention.
- Neurodevelopmental Movement disorders require intensive physiotherapy support.
Di offers Physiotherapy services for children who suffer from a range of ailments, including:
- Cerebral Palsy
- Extreme Prematurity
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Developmental Delay
- Genetic and Chromosomal issues
- NeuroMuscular disorders
- Walking toes
- Congenital Talipes
- Hip dysplasia