This is a private practice and a doctor’s referral is not necessary. This is only needed for workers compensation and CTP claims.
The first visit involves an initial consultation fee and the subsequent follow up visits are reduced.
The Medicare allied health initiative allows eligible patients who are being managed by their general practitioner under an enhanced primary care plan (EPC) access to Medicare rebates for allied health services. To receive this program, you must visit your General Practitioner (GP) and have an EPC plan prepared. This care plan under Medicare will provide 5 sessions to eligible patients each calendar year. It should also be emphasized that we bulk bill for Medicare patients with no gap payments.
If you have private health insurance its more convenient than ever with the new HICAPS system enabling you to claim back on the spot with only a small gap to pay. This is because majority of health funds only cover part of the payment.
Appointments are between 30 to 45 min depending on condition treated.
Its recommended that patients wear loose and comfortable clothing that will not restrict your movement. It would be helpful if the injured area is exposed with no overlying clothing (e.g. a singlet for neck and shoulder problems or shorts for leg injuries).
The practitioner will take a thorough patient history to establish the reason for your presenting symptoms. This will be followed by an orthopedic, neurological and functional examination to find the cause of your problem. Finally, treatment options can be discussed with the practitioner and you will receive treatment on the first visit.
If you have relevant X-rays or other scans, bring them to assist in the assessment. If you are a Workers Compensation patient, you need to bring: A doctor’s referral, insurance company details
Yes, bring along your health fund card for immediate claims, we can also accept cash or eftpos for the gap payment.
It must be understood that everyone responds to treatment differently and will depend your presenting problem. This can be further discussed with your treating practitioner as they will give you an estimate of the number of treatments required for your problem.
Mon – Friday 9am – 4.00pm
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