FAQs -
Do I need a referral to see the physio or exercise physiologist?

No, you do NOT need a referral to come see us! We do, however, work very closely with your doctor to plan and manage your best course of treatment. If you are coming to see us under WorkCover, CTP, DVA or EPC you will require a GP referral for treatment to commence. Feel free to contact us for further information.

FAQs -
What is the difference between a physio and an exercise physiologist?

If you are like most people, who may not know the difference between a physio and an exercise physiologist! It can be a bit confusing to understand, which is why we resort to this link… Differentiating between Physio and EP
If you are still unsure, please give us a call and we will direct you which profession would be better suited for your needs.

FAQs -
What will it cost?

Both physiotherapy and exercise physiology services can be claimed under your private health care insurance. We have an onsite HICAPS terminal which means that, depending on the level of your private health insurance, all you need to pay is the gap amount! We also see patients under WorkCover, CTP and DVA. For these treatments there is NO out of pocket cost. If you have an EPC referral from your GP you may be entitled to up to five medicare funded allied health services per calendar year, with NO GAP! Talk to your GP if you would like more information on this.

Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology
Initial Appointments - $85
All Subsequent Appointments - $80

Massage
Standard - $85
Extended - $100

Pilates
Standard - $80
1:1 Sessions - $60
Group Classes - $20

Exercise Classes
Initial Assessment - $30
Group Classes - $20

FAQs -
How long is an appointment?

Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology
Initial Appointments - 45 Minutes
All Subsequent Appointments - 45 Minutes

Massage
Standard - 45 Minutes
Extended - 60 Minutes

Pilates
Standard - 45 Minutes
1:1 Sessions - 45 Minutes
Group Classes - 60 Minutes

Exercise Classes
Initial Assessment - 30 Minutes
Group Classes - 60 Minutes