Cost

Mobile Physiotherapy

Initial assessment of $140.00 with all follow up appointments $120.00, including travel time.

There are no hidden costs.

For a detailed quote for workplace physiotherapy services, please email so we can provide you with an accurate quote.

We ask kindly that if you are unable to keep your appointment that you provide us with 24 hours notice.

Re(h)able offers HICAPS Go/Medipass a mobile solution for invoicing and payment. Please note not all healthcare funds are affiliated. You can check if your healthcare fund will accept HICAPS Go on their website or enquire before your appointment. HICAPS Go enables you to check in advance what your out of pocket fees might be. Making this process transparent and easy.

If your health fund doesn’t allow for HICAPS go processing, we can process your payment using mobile technology and you can claim it from your health provider in retrospect.

Time

Please allow 1 hour for the first appointment, and approximately 40 minutes for follow up treatments. The time will vary somewhat depending on what is being treated and the needs of the patient on the day.

What to expect

A treatment plan will be developed on an individual basis and guided by the needs of the patient. It is likely that the physiotherapist will provide you with exercises to complete, manual therapy, and ongoing advice regarding managing your injury.

Injuries that we treat

As Physiotherapists we are experts in the structure of the human body and its movement.

We work with people of all ages to treat a broad range of health conditions including musculoskeletal conditions, post operative recovery and movement disorders.

By a way of an example the physiotherapists at Re(h)able treat;

  • Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedic Injuries
  • Pre and post operative care following orthopaedic surgeries
  • Recovery from surgical intervention
  • Sprains, strains, or tears or muscles or ligaments/muscles
  • Fracture management
  • Balance and Falls
  • Aged related history of falls or increase in falls risk
  • Deconditioning after recent hospitalisation or illness
  • Movement assessments