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Physiotherapy Appointments
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  • If you have any questions, please call us on (02) 4929 3898.

Online booking is encouraged. No referral required.

We are open Monday to Friday, 7am Р7pm. Please phone or email to request an appointment time; we aim to answer all emails within an hour during the week.

An initial consultation will involve assessment of the injury or area of concern. Provided adequate information and diagnosis is gained during the assessment, the physiotherapist will start treatment on the first session.

Standard appointments take approximately 30 mins. Extended consultations (up to 60 mins) are available on request. Most clients find 30 mins is adequate to assess one area of concern with time to start treatment during your initial consultation. If you have multiple complaints, a complex injury or history, or have more than one area of concern that you would like to address during your initial consultation, it is likely you will need an extended session.

Follow up is organised between you and your physiotherapist according to your particular needs and your physiotherapist’s professional opinion. Your physiotherapist will guide you for booking future appointments.

Please wear or bring suitable clothing for the physiotherapist to view the area of concern through multiple positions and activities. Adequate toweling is used to drape as required in order to maintain your privacy. Each assessment is unique as it is driven by the presentation and history of your complaint. If you have any concerns or requirements, please discuss these with your therapist.

All clients must complete a Client Registration and Consent form.

HiCAPS is available for instant claiming of your private health fund and for processing Medicare payments electronically.

EPC / DVA referrals are accepted.

Payment is required at the time of the consultation.