About The Physio Co
The Physio Co helps seniors stay mobile, safe & happy! (Physiotherapy for older Australians wherever they call home is our thing).
The Physio Co was born in 2004, sparked by a passion to use physiotherapy to improve the lives of senior Australians. Founder, Tristan White, discovered hundreds of thousands of Australian seniors needed better physiotherapy services. He also identified that there were many health professionals not challenged or appreciated in their jobs. The Physio Co was born to fill a niche, provide a great service and bring together a team of talented and caring health professionals.
Since 2004, The Physio Co has grown from a one-person with a vision to the large team that exists today.
We now visit thousands of residents every week and provide over 200,000 consultations every year. Growth at this rate is not possible without great attention to detail, outstanding customer service and ongoing quality assurance programs. The care, compassion, expertise and quality of our services results in The Physio Co as the best health professionals in aged care and the obvious choice for client-focused providers.
The Physio Co has been recognized as one of Australia’s 50 ‘Best Companies to Work’ and featured in BRW magazine every year from 2009-2016. This award is based upon confidential employee surveys and an independent audit of employee conditions. As a medium, growing business with team members located in more than 100 locations every week, to create an open, welcoming culture of success and be acknowledged as a “Great Place to Work”: is a real honour and something of which we are very proud.
The Physio Co’s service has such a positive impact on the lives of senior and elderly clients every day: simple things can make a huge impact like prescribing a new walking aid or implementing a fun and easy to follow exercise program. These results make a real difference to someone who has been frustrated and restricted in their independence.
The Physio Co team provides services in three main locations: