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What is Exercise Therapy?

Exercise therapy is the science of prescribing specific, evidence-based and targeted movements to help people with pain and conditions associated with muscles, joints, bones, nerves and other tissues. This can include, stretches, strengthening, conditioning and isolation or general movements. Exercise prescription is one of the primary tools that physiotherapists use in their treatment approach.

Do Physios Prescribe Exercise?
Exercise prescription is the foundation of almost all physiotherapy. Physiotherapists are highly skilled and knowledgeable in the field of active, exercise based therapy for every pain and injury presentation.

What to expect in your consult?

Physiotherapists are ‘primary care providers’ – any member of the public can see a physio, and you do not need a referral. We have an HIPCAPS terminal for on-the-spot claiming from your health fund (if you have one), and welcome anyone that we are able to help move well and feel great!

Physiotherapy consults will involve a comprehensive assessment to ascertain your pain history and medical history, and then a physical examination to discover the actual cause of your problem – not just the symptoms. Treatment can vary, but will often include a combination of hands-on manual therapy, massage, joint mobilisation, taping, exercise therapy, electrophysical modalities, dry needling and many other forms of treatment.

If your GP has provided you with up to 5 physiotherapy consults as part of your Enhanced Primary Care plan, you are entitled to a Medicare rebate on part of your consult fee. You can take your receipt to Medicare and they will rebate you, or you can claim online via the relevant Medicare portal.

Please be sure to bring your GP referral along with you when you attend our clinic so that we can process this for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a couple of our most frequently asked questions. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for please contact us and we will be more than happy to answer any further questions.

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