What is a Physiotherapist?
A Physiotherapist is a an Allied Health professional who works in partnership with their patients to help people get better and stay well. Physiotherapists also work closely with GPs and other clinicians to plan and manage treatment.
Using advanced techniques and evidence-based care, physiotherapists assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders. Physiotherapists help repair damage, reduce stiffness and pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life.
Our Physiotherapy services
The National Health Co-op offers accredited Physiotherapy sessions for treatment of a wide variety of injuries and chronic conditions.
Members are able to access our Physiotherapists under bulk billing arrangements if a referral from your doctor for treatment on an Enhanced Primary Care Plan is received. Private consultations are available at $70 per session for members. Private health rebates may be available, please check with your insurer. Our Physiotherapists are also available to treat for WorkCover claims, CTP claims, and Department of Veterans Affairs clients.
If you are interested in accessing this service, please make an appointment with your GP to discuss your options.