From optometry to podiatry, Kalwun's allied health services can help with a range of health issues for our clients.

The following services are on offer, with different options provided at each of our clinics:

Adult/Paediatric Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps people to develop or maintain the ability to participate in the things they want and need to do in life through the use of every day activities (occupations). This can include self-care activities such as bathing, dressing and preparing meals or social activities including work, leisure activities or education. Occupational therapists can help with injury rehabilitation and disability support.


Audiologists help clients experiencing hearing loss or balance disorders such as dizziness or vertigo. They can provide hearing tests and  assist with hearing aids and other technologies to help with communication issues.


Dermatologists can diagnose and treat conditions affecting the skin, hair or nails. These conditions can include skin cancer, dermatitis, infections, acne and eczema.

Diabetes Education

Our diabetes educators can assist clients who have, or are at risk of having, diabetes to ensure they understand and can manage their condition to maintain their health and wellbeing.


Dieticians can provide advice on food and nutrition for clients to help them maintain their health. In particular, dieticians provide guidance for people affected by health conditions including heart disease, diabetes, cancer, renal disease, gastro-intestinal diseases, obesity and food allergies.


Optometrists can help clients who may be experiencing difficulties with their sight including blurriness or other changes. They can prescribe glasses or contact lenses and treat a range of eye conditions including allergies and infections.

Paediatric Speech Therapy

Speech therapists can help children with speech issues such as stuttering or difficulty being understood through a ranged of strategies and activities.


Our paediatricians offer advice and treatment for health issues in children including prevention, diagnosis and treatment.


Physiotherapists can assess, diagnose and manage a range of issues related to the body and movement. These can include sports injuries, osteoporosis, diabetes, obesity, cancer, neurological illnesses and pain management.


Podiatrists specialise in foot care including issues such as corns and calluses, pain, ingrown toenails, bunions, tinea or arthritis.


Psychiatrists are experts in mental health and can diagnose and treat issues and prescribe relevant medication.


Psychologists specialise in human behaviour and can help people with the way they think, react and feel. They can help clients deal with a range of issues from trauma and loss to anxiety, addiction and behavioural problems.

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