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Health First Physiotherapy Hurstville

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Hurstville Physio and Health Services

Health First Hurstville, formerly known as Dora Street Physiotherapy, was rebranded in May 2022 and became our 3rd practice in New South Wales. Our skilled therapists ensure to use the most cutting-edge techniques and each session can be claimed through your health insurance. We are a preferred services provider to many of the region’s biggest companies and employers.

We have a number of experienced Physiotherapists available to help you when you need them. Our Physiotherapy clinic is conveniently located in Hurstville, has on-site car parking available, is NDIS registered, and is equipped with on-the-spot HICAPS processing.

We service the Hurstville area including the surrounding suburbs – Rockdale, Oatley, Kogarah, Roselands, Riverwood and more.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Services

Individualised Physio treatment to get you back on track
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Ndis

NDIS

NDIS registered allied health professionals to help you achieve your goals
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Shockwave Therapy Service

Shockwave Therapy

An effective treatment option for a range of chronic disorders
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Women's Health

Physiotherapy for Women’s Health

Expert advice and tailored health services designed for women
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Aged Care

Aged Care

Improving the quality of life of older Australians through exceptional treatment
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About Us

Dora Street Physiotherapy is now a part of Health First Group. We are a team of leading allied health experts offering a range of services across Hurstville including physiotherapy, women’s health and more. Our group of health practitioners are chosen for their inclusive, multi-disciplinary approach to healthcare to ensure all of our clients’ needs are met at an exceptional level.

Our Physios service Hurstville and surrounding suburbs including Rockdale, Oatley, Kogarah, Roselands, Riverwood and more.


Please read our COVID-19 guidelines before attending an appointment.

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Meet the team

 

Suzanne Middlemiss

Suzanne Middlemiss

Physiotherapist

Suzanne founded Dora Street Physiotherapy before its transition to Health First Hurstville. She has been practising physiotherapy for over 35 years.

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Tim Widderick

Tim Widderick

Physiotherapist

Tim is a passionate sportsman, and a driven physiotherapist with over 6 years of experience at Dora Street Physiotherapy.

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Lisa Dickson

Lisa Dickson

Physiotherapist

Lisa graduated from the University of Sydney in 1988, since then she has worked in hospitals and private practices in Sydney, Illawarra, and Broken Hill.

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Kate Ficarra

Kate Ficarra

Admin

Shelley Cornford

Shelley Cornford

Admin

 

FAQs

 

What can I expect during my first appointment?

At your first appointment you can expect a thorough examination from our expert physio, they will ask you a number of questions regarding your condition as well as conduct a physical evaluation in order to determine the best course of treatment for you. After this, the remainder of the session will be dedicated to providing the most appropriate treatment and therapy for your condition.

How many physiotherapy sessions will I require?

Upon evaluation, our physio will provide you with an in-depth treatment plan that details the exact steps necessary for your recovery and an approximate timeframe.

Is there parking available at the Hurstville Physio location?

Plentiful on-site parking is available at our Hurstville clinic.

Are your physios trained and accredited?

Yes. All our therapists are AHPRA registered and invest their time to complete post-graduate education yearly to further strengthen their education and knowledge.

Am I able to claim my physio session through my private health insurance?

Yes, you can. All our clinics are equipped with on-the-spot Hicaps payment and claims processing.

Can I access physiotherapy through my NDIS plan?

All Health First Group physiotherapists are registered NDIS providers, meaning they are able to treat self-managed, agency (NDIA) managed and plan-managed NDIS participants.

Do I need a GP referral for physiotherapy?

No, a doctor’s referral is not necessary.

What we are about

Opening hours

Monday: 7am – 6pm

Tuesday: 10am – 6pm

Wednesday: 6am – 3pm

Thursday: 9am – 6pm

Friday: 6am – 6pm

Saturday: 8am – 12pm every 2nd Saturday

Sundays: Closed

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