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Rajal Pandya

is DMAHG’s physiotherapist and has over 23 years of experience working in Dubbo. Rajal was born in India, where she studied at the MS University in Vadodara before coming to Australia and furthering her studies at the University of Sydney
Rajal advocates the collaborative approach to health care needs for patients along with a non drug, no side effects pain management approach. Rajal has special interests in paediatric and developmental physiotherapy, back care and safe lifting techniques, women’s health and sports rehabilitation.

Rajal specialises in lower limb mechanics assessment and intervention, optimising the potential in children and adults with disabilities. Rajal finds spending quality time with her family most enjoyable, along with socialising, cultural dancing, playing golf and going on adventure holidays, trekking and travelling. Rajal loves working with a variety of professionals who understand and respect each others’ skills and talents.
Rajal has up skilled in Musculoskeltal Accupunture and Dry Needling. She has used this modality in treating effectively in a variety of conditions eg Migrane, headaches, hip and shoulder bursitis, stubborn chronic lower back pain, just to name a few conditions.
  • Adult & Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Better Start for Children Registered
  • Chronic Disease Management ( through an Enhanced Primary Care program)
  • Sports Injuries
  • Pre-natal & Post-natal Physiotherapy
  • Accupuncture and Dry Needling
  • DVA & Workcover approved
  • Member of APA
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Better Start for Children with Disability Initiative

Rajal Pandya is a registered provider for Better Start.
The Better Start for Children with Disability (Better Start) initiative includes:
  • up to $12,000 in funding for early intervention services and treatments for eligible children
  • additional assistance for eligible children who live in outer-regional, rural or remote locations to help with the costs of accessing services
  • a Medicare rebate for the development of a treatment and management plan for eligible children up to the age of 13
  • Medicare rebates for up to four allied health diagnostic/assessment services for eligible children under the age of 13, the results of which contribute to the development of the treatment and management plan, and
  • Medicare rebates for up to 20 relevant allied health services in total for each eligible child under the age of 15 provided the treatment and management plan is in place before the age of 13.
Go to the Better Start for Children with Disability initiative website for:
Information for parents
More information on early intervention services
Who is eligible to receive support under Better Start?
How can I register my child?
More information about early intervention funding
What support is there for those families who find it difficult to access early intervention services?
Fact sheets and further information
Other contacts and support
State and Territory government contact details