Frequently Asked Questions

A referral is not necessary to see one of our physiotherapists unless your injury is related to a Workers Compensation claim, Motor Vehicle Accident, or you are planning to claim under the Department of Veterans Affairs.

If your doctor has given you a referral to see us, we will ensure they are kept informed with your progress.

If you have extras, you can use your private health insurance card to directly pay for physiotherapy utilising our HICAPS on the spot claims system after your appointment. HICAPS accepts all major health funds. If you are planning to claim on the spot, please bring your health fund card with you to your appointments.

As each health fund and level of cover reimburses different amounts, we recommend discussing benefits with your fund. Our reception team and physiotherapists can advise you on the item numbers relating to the services you require to assist in your enquiries. 

Our standard appointments are 30 minutes long, giving us time to understand and address the cause of your problem rather than just treat the symptoms.

If your condition is complex or you have multiple issues you would like addressed, we offer and recommend asking for an hour-long appointment.

Please refer to “Our Prices” for a list of costings.

Please refer to “Our Prices” for a list of costings. Fees are payable at the time of consultation. We accept cash, cheque, EFTPOS, Mastercard or Visa.

Any patient seeking treatment under Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA), Workers Compensation (WC), Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and Enhanced Primary Care (Medicare EPC) Plans will not be charged.

You can call us directly on (08) 9244 8588 or book online now.

You may wear regular clothes. Optimal assessment and treatment may require exposure of the painful/injured area. This can be achieved through wearing a singlet for a shoulder complaint or shorts for a knee complaint for example. Loose fitting clothing is ideal as it is unlikely to limit movement.

Yes, we do. You will require a GP referral. There is no out of pocket charge for patients being seen under these circumstances.

Any patient seeking treatment under Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA), Workers Compensation (WC), Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) and Enhanced Primary Care (Medicare EPC) Plans will not be charged.

Free parking is available on-site. Alternatively, there is ample street parking close by.

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