During your first visit, your physiotherapist will complete a thorough assessment of your current condition, taking into account your general health, activities and lifestyle. They will then design a comprehensive plan to provide you with the absolute best outcome, which may include a range of simple exercises to continue with at home, and deliver your first treatment session. Your physiotherapist will carefully explain your treatment plan, the number of sessions you will require and answer any questions you may have.
Not only will your physiotherapist provide you with a plan to fix your pain fast, they will also outline how to future-proof your body to ensure your problem is fixed for good!
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All of our physiotherapists are highly skilled and trained in the latest cutting edge techniques. Your physio will select the treatment modality(ies) that are most appropriate to your condition, the objective being to move you towards a full and complete recovery as soon as possible. For more information on the techniques available at your local Health First Group clinic, click here.
Yes. All our therapists are AHPRA registered and invest their time to complete post-graduate education yearly to further strengthen their education and knowledge.
Yes, you can. All our clinics are equipped with on-the-spot Hicaps payment and claims processing. For more information on physiotherapy rebates please contact your private health insurer.
Physiotherapy services are covered by the NDIS. Physiotherapy can exist in various sections of your NDIS plan, as a core support or as a capacity-building support. For more information on whether physiotherapy is covered in your NDIS plan, contact your NDIS Support Coordinator or LAC, or call the NDIA directly on 1800 800 110.
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.
Yes, all of our treatment rooms are air conditioned and equipped with the latest technology.
Whilst it is preferable that physio consultations are completed in our fully equipped, air-conditioned clinics, in certain circumstances mobile physiotherapy consultations are able to be arranged. Please contact your nearest clinic for further information.
Yes. In recent years, the Federal Government initiated the Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) plan which is funded by Medicare. People who satisfy the criteria for “chronic pain” are entitled to up to five (5) treatments per calendar year from allied health providers. We do not charge a ‘gap’ payment for EPC physiotherapy consultations.
Speak to your doctor for further information if you think you may be eligible.
No, a doctor’s referral is not necessary.
Yes, Telehealth consultations are able to be arranged. Please contact your local clinic for further information.
Physiotherapy is vital to return people back to their work and recreational activities as quickly as possible following workplace injuries. All of our physiotherapists are trained and accredited to treat patients under the Workers’ Compensation scheme.
We are very proud of the service we provide to all of our clients. Google reviews are available for each of our clinics nationwide.