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Serial Casting

Serial Casting

Over time your muscles and joints may become progressively short or tight, which could limit your ability to move and perform everyday activities, Serial Casting can help.

Serial casting is a process of gradually lengthening a muscle by stretching it gently over a number of weeks.  To maintain the stretch, a cast is applied to the joint, holding it in a fixed position.  As the muscle gradually lengthens, the cast is regularly changed to keep an effective stretch on the muscle.  Serial casting is often used in addition to other treatments such as Botox ® or splinting.

Following serial casting, our therapy team can prescribe and implement appropriate therapy strategies to maintain the increased range of movement and maximise the opportunity to practise new functional skills.


Visit our Enquiries and Referrals page to find out more about funding streams, office locations and to download a referral form.

Alternatively, you can contact our Referral Manager during business hours on (08) 6399 4120 or

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You can access our services if you have an NDIS or WA NDIS plan, Disability Services Commission funding, Better Start funding, Medicare or if you want to fund your own services. We can also support you through the planning process if you do not have a plan already.

We value that everybody is different, so please contact our Customer Engagement Team on (08) 9383 6113 or email to discuss your individual needs.

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