Are your osteopaths trained?
Our osteopaths are highly trained professionals that have completed a five year university bachelor degree and masters. In addition, they are registered with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency) as well as Members Of Osteopathy Australia.
What ages do you deal with?
We treat all patients ranging from children, athletes as well as the elderly.
What do you specialise in?
We have a strong interest in treating and rehabilitation of sport injuries, chronic conditions and postural dysfunctions.
Do you take private health insurance?
Yes, we do. We take private health insurance, HICAPS, Medicare and payments in cash, EFTPOS and credit card. Patients with chronic conditions may be referred to their GP for osteopathic treatment under an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) plan.
Do I need a referral to see an osteopath?
You do not need a referral to see an osteopath, however you may speak to your GP in regards to an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) plan to claim a rebate with Medicare.
How long is an appointment?
Standard appointments are 45 minutes. We also offer short appointments that are 30 minutes in duration for children or single injury patients.
How often will I need to come?
The frequency of your appointments depends on the injury or condition that the patient is suffering from. More acute or serious conditions may need more appointments initially whereas some patients may only require maintenance appointments.
What types of sports injuries do you deal with?
All sporting injuries that do not require immediate emergency care. We are confident with our broad knowledge of sporting injuries as well as their management and rehabilitation.
Can I receive osteopathic treatment when I'm pregnant?
Yes, you can. We are skilfully trained to safely and effectively treatment women throughout their pregnancy.