Allied Health is a term used to describe the broad range of health professionals who are not doctors or nurses.

Allied health professionals aim to prevent, diagnose and treat a range of conditions and illnesses and often work within a multidisciplinary health team to provide the best patient outcomes.

Whilst allied health professionals are prevalent in almost all branches of healthcare, some of the more common sectors where you will see allied health professionals are in aged care, chronic disease, disability, mental health, exercise and sport, rehabilitative care and musculoskeletal health.