Australians are being asked to take measures that we’ve never had to before - things like cancelling travel, not going to concerts restaurants, cafes, pubs and clubs and general social distancing.
If you are hurting or are in pain and are in self-isolation or would prefer to minimise contact in any way, we have designed a way you can get help fast and in the safety of your home via a Telehealth treatment.
Telehealth uses digital video technology on your computer, tablet or phone to receive treatment from our physio. Our practice is using Zoom which is available as an app as a FREE download.
Since your GP is most likely overloaded with other more pressing matters, we are well placed to fill the gap this will create. It is safe and effective, and our physios are trained to deliver Telehealth treatment consultations. Our physios have the right musculoskeletal skills to assess and triage any spinal pain you have that is likely of a musculoskeletal origin. (Pains from muscles and joints, ligaments and spinal discs).
The cost of a Telehealth less than the price of a regular in-clinic treatment at $85 per session which would need to be paid prior to the scheduled appointment.
As this service falls under our core practice, you will be able to receive a rebate under your private health insurance cover. We recommend however, that you check with your health insurance provider to confirm this.
You will need to create a free account with Zoom click here, and you can chat to us via your web browser or by downloading the app on your computer, tablet or phone prior to the scheduled appointment.
You will receive link / invitation to proceed with the appointment.
Unsure if you need an appointment? Have one of our senior physiotherapists call you back to advise you on your condition.Enter Details
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