What We Treat
We develop unique quality care so you can achieve your goals
Who we can help
We help people with physical problems. These might have come about because of an accident or injury, or you might have had them most of your life.
We also help children who have problems with their movement. We work with the parents by developing an individualised program and showing parents how to improve their child’s quality of life.
What we treat
We can help treat many things, including:
- back and knee pain
- aches, sprains and injuries
- neurological conditions
- recovery from broken bones
- rehabilitation after surgery
- occupational health
Am I eligible for physiotherapy?
Yes, you can see a physiotherapist at any time.
You don’t have to see your doctor before you see a physiotherapist. However, it is good to see your doctor to talk about options and to get a referral.
Tell us about any major health problems, past injuries, and how much exercise you do.
Do you treat work injuries?
Yes, but you need to have a doctors referral.
Are you covered by private health insurance?
Most health insurance “extra cover” option include physiotherapy. Please check with your insurance company.
We do have a HICAPS machine available so you can claim the rebate immediately.
Not Sure if we can help you? do you have questions
Our Approach & What to Expect on Your First Visit
Our aim to is to assess where you are at now by measuring certain movements and strength. We will then develop self-management strategies, create short and long term goals and to keep you moving and feeling better quicker and longer.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
Please bring any information regarding your injury/condition including
- Doctor Referrals
- X-rays and other scans
More information is required for Workers Compensation injury claims (Work Cover Clients)
- Claim Number
- Insurance Company
- Date of Injury
- Case Manager’s Name
- Doctors Referral
- Workplace Details
- Workcover Medical Capacity Certificate
More information is required for Enhanced Primary Care plans (Medicare clients)
- A patient care plan from your GP
- Medicare Card
More information is required for Department of Veteran Affair sessions (DVA clients)
- A DVA referral form from your GP
- DVA Card
What should I wear?
Please wear comfortable clothes that you are able to move freely in.
- For upper limb consultations, please wear a singlet.
- For lower limb consultations, please wear a pair of shorts.
How many treatments will I need before I get better?
After a detailed assessment, your physiotherapist will give you an estimate of the number of treatments required for your condition.
This estimate will vary depending on many factors as all clients are different.
We believe an individualised treatment plan gets the best results. We will re-assess at every visit to give you an accurate description of your condition and how it is progressing.
If there is no sign of improvement or progress appears to plateau, treatment plans will be further discussed with you and modified as required.
Can I make an appointment online or via email?
No, all appointments are made by phone or in person.